One of the ways to invite families into praying together is to keep things simple and accessible. This set of prayer printables helps families or church groups turn a small notebook or pages fastened together into a simple, easy to use prayer book. I’ve included three prayers in visual (AAC) format to help people of all abilities pray. If you want to explore more ways to pray accessibly, make sure to pick up a copy of my book, Of Such is the Kingdom: A Practical Theology of Disability (<–link is to the Ancient Faith Store).
For the prayers with only words, I have made the images small so that you can print several per page (using your printer settings) or only one at a time. The visual prayers are placed four per page in columns for easier cutting. Students can glue the prayers into a notebook or onto pages that they fasten together into a custom booklet. I used the 16 page mini notebooks from a discount store to make the ones I feature here. Many students will want to decorate the pages with crayons, markers, or stickers, as well.
Download all of the prayers in PDF below:
To print a visual Jesus Prayer to pair with the words, stop by this post.
If you’d like to add the visual Lord’s Prayer, stop by this post to print it.
Read more about Of Such is the Kingdom: A Practical Theology of Disability on my book page.