Support from the International Association for Children's Spirituality
This section is available for all visitors to the IACS website and offers information about projects and consultancy from the International Association for Children's Spirituality.
Members can add information about their own work, projects or areas of interest by contacting Ruth Wills on email@example.com.
Many IACS members are involved in hands-on work with children and young people as well as writing and teaching. Reports of new and interesting projects are available on these pages.
The Little Box of Big Questions
Children/young people need time, space and kindness to speak openly about the things most important to them and listening can help facilitators understand better the root of children's thinking and behaviour, and can give an insight into how to better support them to reach their potential.
The Children and Worldviews Project
The Children and Worldviews Project explores qualitative, narrative methods to investigate the worldviews of children, that is, the way in which they make sense of their experiences and matters which are of particular importance to them.
Spirituality days in Primary Schools
IACS member Ruth Wills is currently developing the work of ‘Spirituality days’ in Primary schools.
St Paul's Trust's 'Liverpool Trinity' Discovery Project
St Paul's Trust's 'Liverpool Trinity' Discovery Project is based in the Liverpool docks and uses two boats as the basis for spiritual reflection and the development of life skills for men of all ages.
ME!© is a large scale interactive resource for children aged 4 - 14 which promotes spiritual thinking through four dimensions.
This space provides brief details of practitioners and academics working in a variety of situations within the realm of Children's Spirituality. All are available for consultancy and can be contacted through this website.