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Little Free
Prayer Library​


a neighborhood prayer-sharing box for children and adults

What Is a Little Free Prayer Library?


Just like Little Free Libraries are places where neighbors can share books that they like,

Little Free Prayer Library is a place to share prayers. It is an invitation to rest, connect and play; A sacred space to tell God about our hopes, fears, dreams and tears, alone but together with our neighborhood community.

Where Can I Find One?

My Little Free Prayer Library is in Denver, Colorado. If you are a Denver-local, please contact me via the form below for the exact address. I can't wait to see you!

 

If you live outside of Colorado, follow our journey along on Instagram @KutsuCompanions. Perhaps you get inspired to create your own prayer-sharing place in your neighborhood! ​​

 

Be sure to also check out our Free Digital Prayer Library for printable guides.

 

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Connect

Follow hashtags #LittleFreePrayerLibrary and #OurPrayingHands on Instagram and check out @KutsuCompanions profile. If you create your own Little Free Prayer Library make sure to tag @KutsuCompanions so we can share your images with others in our stories! 

Links & Resources

Little Free Library
Free Little Art Gallery

Seed Sharing 

Blessing Box Project

My Monastery Is A Minivan: Where the Daily Is Divine and the Routine Becomes Prayer by Denise Roy

Please Touch by Peter A. McMahon and Edwin M. Campbell

The Art of Neighboring: Building Genuine Relationships Right Outside Your Door by Dave Runyon and Jay Pathak

The Gift of Wonder: Creative Practices for Delighting in God by Christine Aroney-Sine

Hello, Neighbor!: The Kind and Caring World of Mister Rogers by Matthew Cordell (Picture Book)

What Grew in Larry's Garden by Laura Alary (Picture Book)

Maybe God Is Like That Too by Jennifer Grant (Picture Book)

Outside, Inside by LeUyen Pham (Picture Book)

Start Your Own Little Free Prayer Library
 

Our hope is to encourage children and adults to pray everywhere, anytime and in every way, through spreading tiny neighborhood prayer-sharing boxes around the world. We would love for you to be part of spreading inviting prayer spaces in every neighborhood. 

Download a guide with tips on starting your own library, free printable brochure and bookmark prayer cards via the button below.

Have you enjoyed Little Free Prayer Library and want to give a gift? We are grateful for your support.

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Our Story

We love going on long walks in our neighborhood.

During the pandemic, our neighbors were an incredible gift to us. We had always really enjoyed the Little Free Libraries in our neighborhood, and when the public libraries had to close we were especially thankful for our neighbors' generous book-sharing. (And we still are now!)

 

I (Kaisa) spend a lot of time online sharing prayer ideas and listening to God with people from all over the world, but I also wanted to be able to share the gift of communal prayer with my neighbors. That's why I decided to create a Little Free Prayer Library ― a neighborhood prayer-sharing box for children and adults, right in front of our home.