Everyone needs a space to connect with their soul, who they really are. So these pages are our ‘soul space’, helping us to reflect, pray and connect with God through some available resources.
We value your prayers for us and we would like to pray for you, too.
Christ the Sower School prayer calendar is published termly, three times a year. If you want to receive a copy highlighting people, events and topics for your prayers month by month then please click here
A prayer for the school:
Source of all being,
you have put a piece of your creation into our hands
so that we can love it into life.
We know we need your help and guidance
to make it grow.
Thank you for entrusting us with this task.
Safeguard our vision of a garden
filled with rainbow flowers,
overflowing with fantastic fruits;
an oasis around a bubbling spring.
Make us wise as we feed and protect,
as we shape and prune.
Reveal the secrets of sustainability;
help us to respect the limits you set.
So may we create a gift
for the people you love;
a place of peace, of enjoyment,
of learning, of life;
in the name of Jesus Christ.
For your prayer concerns, come into the school and write prayer ‘leaves’ to add to our prayer tree in the welcome area. We will offer these prayers at our weekly communion service which takes place in Soul Space on Fridays during term time at 7:30am. All are welcome to this short (half-hour) service.
Christ the Sower School is supported by four Christian denominations (Church of England Oxford Diocese, the Methodist Church, United Reformed Church and the Baptist Union), the Watling Valley Ecumenical Partnership and the Mission Partnership of the Milton Keynes Churches Council.
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"Taste and See"
On Thursday 21st June Watling Valley held a rather special taster event called ‘Taste and See’ in school. ‘Taste and See’ is a very informal type of worship for families allowing children and parents/carers to spend time together, enjoy refreshments and the opportunity to get to know new friends.
Luke Whitney one of our Year 6 welcomers has written the following review of the event:
The CtS Earths Creation Service
At the start of the service the year 6 welcomers welcomed the guests, handed them a leaflet and gave them a sticker to show they were here for the service.
After people had been welcomed they went into the hall. In the hall there were different activities each representing one of the days of creation. These are the activities; you could draw a sea creature in the sand, make a person with pipe cleaners or play dough and take some cress seeds in a pot to grow at home. As well as activities you could have something to eat.
Near the end of the service after every one had been going round enjoying the activities we read a prayer with different sections about the 7 days of creation then we all went home in a calm mood.
By Luke Whitney (one of the welcomers)