I know I’m not the only parent who gets asked a few dozen times, “When is Feast of Peace?” or “When’s Communion?” I made this visual schedule of the Liturgy for my child who has trouble with sensory processing and transitions. I hope this helps lots of other parents, too!

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Download the PDF version of this and the other 2 pages of the Visual Schedule for the Divine Liturgy on Writing Like a Mother. Author Summer Kinard put this schedule together for her own children.

This is all part of my effort to make the Orthodox Christian faith more accessible to children and families with special needs. My friend Charlotte Riggle (author of Catherine’s Pascha) and I are hard at work planning a book on the subject. Grab these schedule pages, share with friends, and if you will, comment to let me know which issues you’d like addressed in our book. What do you love about the faith that you don’t want your child or family to miss out on?

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Here’s the Visual Schedule for Children in wheelchairs:Orthodox Liturgy Wheelchair

All images either from BoardMaker or the Internet. Not copyrighted, but also not for commercial use. Please give credit and link back to this post if you share. Thank you!

If you’d prefer to purchase a full-color, heavy duty laminated version, visit my Etsy shop, Awetism.