What if all the faith formation activities in your church were built on a common framework—a direction and a set of goals that would help all the people in your community, from the youngest to the oldest, grow in faith together?
The Building Blocks of Faith can provide that sort of framework. They can help direct your planning and implementation so that all your church’s programs and activities become intentional and effective opportunities for faith formation. They can also provide a framework for families and individuals to grow in their faith.
To learn more, check out our helpful resource Building a Faith Formation Framework in Your Church: A Step-by-Step Guide.
- Looking for an example? Water Street CRC in Guelph, Ontario, successfully integrated the Building Blocks of Faith into their faith formation efforts. Read their story here. You’ll find other examples of how churches used the Building Blocks on our Tools and Resources page.
- Looking for ideas? Explore our ministry-specific ideas for using the Building Blocks in children’s ministry, youth ministry, small groups, and more.
- Want to start small? Check out these two blog posts about how the Building Blocks of Faith can shape your church’s coffee time:
Looking for training or coaching? If you’re part of a Christian Reformed church, one of Faith Formation Ministries’ regional catalyzers can train and coach your team in using the Building Blocks of Faith.