There will be those who don’t have a good relationship with their father or who had an absent father. There will be people who miss their dad and fathers who aren’t able to care for or who share the care of children. There will be men who aren’t yet dads but who have important and influential roles in the lives of children.
Home for Good wants to equip churches to be great places for anyone to come to on Father’s Day – whatever their experience of fatherhood. Each year Home for Good produces resources, including films, sermon outlines and prayers, which sensitively embrace the stories in our congregations using Biblical reflections and stories, whilst also embracing the multiple fathering roles and varying needs for a parent figure in our communities.
Home for Good’s hope is that through its Father’s Day resources it will also raise awareness of the needs of vulnerable children, inspire people to consider fostering and adoption and ensure churches are equipped to support families who car
Home for Good hopes it will help your church mark Father’s Day in a thoughtful, encouraging and sensitive way. You can find its resources, including a link to a short film, teaching notes, liturgy and creative prayer ideas, here.