Creatividad y diseno de recursos para las clases dominicales para adolescentes

Creativity and Design for Teen Sunday School Resources

Taller gratuito en línea/ Free online workshop

De vuelta por demanda popular, este taller compartirá recursos educativos innovadores para llevar la palabra de Dios a los adolescentes (de 12 a 15 años) de una manera activa, divertida y vivencial. El diseño de recursos se basa en el efecto de los colores en el cerebro, dando vida a los temas bíblicos e inspirando esperanza y fe en los Amigos más jóvenes.

Back by popular demand, this workshop will share innovative educational resources to bring the word of God to adolescents (age 12 to 15) in an active, fun, and experiential way. Resource design is based on the effect of colors on the brain, bringing Biblical topics to life, and inspiring hope and faith in younger Friends.

Presentadora: Rossio Quispe tiene una profesion como profesora de arte, y actualmente trabaja con adolescentes en su iglesia Amigos en El Alto, La Paz, Bolivia. Desde su infancia ha sido artista y cuáquera. Como joven adulta, está ansiosa por involucrar a Amigos más jóvenes en la fe y la práctica cuáquera.

Presenter: Rossio Quispe is a professional art teacher, and currently works with teens in her Friends church in El Alto, La Paz, Bolivia. From her childhood she has been a Quaker and an artist.  As a young adult herself, she is eager to engage younger Friends in Quaker faith and practice.


Solo en español

In Spanish with English interpretation

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An Introduction

The Quaker Religious Education Collaborative (QREC) is an international, cross-branch, grassroots network of Friends sharing a stewardship for lifelong Quaker faith formation through religious education. We formed in April 2014 and now serve more than 300 Friends in our network. We actively engage and support each other across languages and continents. We gather for regional and annual conferences and offer monthly Conversation Circles via an online conferencing platform. 

Steering Circle

We share leadership as part of our collaborative mission, making decisions using the Quaker ‘sense of the meeting’ process, sitting in expectant, worshipful waiting for the emergence of shared truth. Read more…

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The Resource Library

Finders Guide, a sampling of the collection

The QREC Resource Library is a place to share lessons and other educational information in support of our work as Quaker religious educators. This library is a forum for curricula, articles, videos and other educational materials on Quaker themes. You will also find principles, policies and procedures to strengthen operation of your child, youth and adult religious education programs.

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Find renewal, companionship, and help for nitty gritty issues in Quaker religious education, all the while opening spaces for Spirit to work and listening together for God’s way forward.

QREC holds an annual conference and retreat. In addition we hold online Conversation Circles and post other religious education events as we learn about them.

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Finding the Light

Faith at Home

Home is the heart of faith formation for all families. This is especially true for Friends. As an experiential religion, Quakerism is best learned through living in loving community. Indeed, the vast majority of faith formation for our young Friends happens at home in the busy swirl of daily life.

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