Posts By: kevin

Getting the Word Out

I think it is important to set aside the most obvious ways to let people know about your plans for a Minecraft Church In-Real-Life to think about connecting to people outside of the current reach of the church. For example, giving notices in church, Facebook and other social media posts are largely going out to… Read more »

Ethos and Spirituality

To be explained! Participatory not passivity Inclusive, Neurodiverse, Gender and Sexuality Blind Exploring identity not policing behaviour Motion and Movement not pew or chairs Wonder not Lecture Mystical Community of Disciples – Not a Perfect Society Inculturation not the imposition of culture Real Church not a youth group Digital Culture, Orality and Symbolism

Planning Minecraft Church sessions

Plan with others Try never to plan alone! Why? Many reasons: Planning as a team reinforces the team cohesion and ownership of the whole Team planning is a key way to learn how to plan – by planning with others. The skills you gain and learn are transferable. Good functioning teams have people with lots… Read more »

A Minecraft Nativity

And now, for you all to enjoy! After many hours of set building, rehearsal and acting we present our nativity… This has been a big team activity, with Minecrafters aged 7 to 51 over the last weeks in the run-up to Christmas 2021. See more on our YouTube channel.

Minecraft Church - Pray with signs!

Minecraft Church… In-Real-Life

What is Minecraft Church In-Real-Life? Minecraft Church In-Real-Life (formally known as Minecraft Church In A Box) is a way to make a simple face-to-face Minecraft based church: A face to face way to run a Minecraft church Portable to any place where there is a small amount of mobile broadband, like a rural church building. Uses… Read more »

Running Your Own Minecraft Church – Part 1 – TECHNICAL

Back to the introduction… I want to describe Minecraft in a Box as one simple way to enable you to run a Minecraft church by bringing all the bits with you in a box to wherever you want to do it; adding people and having a lot of fun together. Minecraft has been a multiplayer game for… Read more »

Running your own Minecraft Church – Introduction

I really want to help you run your own form of Minecraft Church! Why? Because I think it is a great way to connect to all sorts of people who are gaming mad and spiritual but would never have thought of darkening the doors of a conventional church! I will put down here a number… Read more »

Spotify Playlist

We love to dance and here are some of our favourite Jesus songs we love to dance to!

Cluck cluck!

Minecraft Church on YouTube

We have a YouTube channel which is where you will find all our new videos… We also have an older playlist that has some legacy videos too!

Minecraft as a Participatory Culture

This is a Theological Reflection using the Whitehead and Whitehead, Correlation Method. I will proceed through Attending, to particular pastoral concern. Secondly, Assertion to expand and deepen religious insight. Thirdly, Decisions moves decision making for action based on the insight gained. Attending I had been noticing several aspects of the way collaboration and interaction happens… Read more »