Households of all ages or family units can travel through led activities that will help reflect on BIG questions in life.
Originally used by schools in churches we have now developed if for intergenerational groups or monogenerational groups.
Time 2 Wonder poses two big questions and
allows time, space and crafted materials to engage
with them. The questions are:
Am I important?
Am I special?
In a world where many struggle to confidently own
a positive answer to those questions, we seek to
offer opportunities for all to reflect and realise
that the answer can be yes.
Dates are arranged by mutual consent and availability of local churches and volunteers. Get in touch to start a conversation and let's see where we might end up!
Donations are requested to help cover costs, but don't let money stop you getting in touch!
We can hold one session in the morning, another in the afternoon and one in the evening depending on need and availability.
If you would like to make further enquiries, make a provisional booking or a definite booking, get
in touch so that arrangements can be confirmed with churches and volunteers.
Don’t lose out by leaving things too long as there is a first come first served policy.
I have been involved in many Time to Wonder events and from my first session I have never ceased to be amazed by the way children respond to the whole 'wondering' experience. The gentle, practical and fun approach allows children the space to reflect deeply on issues of self-worth, self-esteem, their place within their community and the place of others in that community. As they grapple with some of the big questions of life, you see how the hands on material, stories and discussion are helping them to think through how they feel. The circle time feedback at the end of each session is always very telling as so many children are eager to share what they have experienced as they journeyed around Time to Wonder. Their responses such as
'I have learnt that I am important but also that we are all important'
'I have always thought I am different but now I feel I am unique and that is a good thing.'
show how invaluable the whole reflective experience has been for them.
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