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This film is in line with the national expectations for Religious Education as outlined by the non-statutory guidelines for RE. Learning objectives for levels 1-8 in both attainment targets, Learning
about Religions & Learning from Religions, can be drawn from this film.
Students should be able to recognize, identify, describe and show understanding of the features of religious life and practice in Christianity. They should also be able to explain the beliefs and teachings
arising from the film and relate some religious practices seen here to the lifestyles of the worshippers.
By comparing the lifestyles of Christians with their own, and identifying what influences these people of faith, students should be able to come to a greater appreciation of what it is to be a person of
faith and the importance it holds for that person.
1. What are the main features of worship? Is there a connection, or link, between worship and the way believers live?
2. Churches are sacred spaces where believers think they come closer to God. In what ways do the architecture, layout and life of a church help this to happen? Does worship have to be the way you
saw it here? If you had the chance to make changes, what would you do?
3. Christian worship is congregational. What does this mean? In what ways does the church bring people together? How could it do more?