Here's a thing that's pretty popular: statues and other representations of gods. I tend to refer to this category as "icons", in part for reasons I've gone into before.
An icon is a particular kind of tool, one which can help a person come into relationship with a god by giving them a framework for understanding a portion of that god. It is a particularly powerful type of tool for that purpose, because icons can themselves become ways that the gods reveal themselves - rather than a theophany in a dream, a chance encounter in the natural world, or something like that, the icon itself is a form of the god, and can be related to and respected as such. In Kemetic practice there are of course ways of "opening" icons, to make them a literal divine presence at all times; personally, I find that the theophany of a simple icon - so long as it is the right icon - is entirely sufficient to anchor a sense of presence, of relationship. It gives me someone to talk to, y'know?
The right icon matters a lot. Years ago I commissioned a portrait of Hetharu: she stands before a great heap of modern-world musical instruments cascadng in glorious profusion, clasping her hands together with joy. Here is a world of abundance, an amazing wealth beyond flute and drum and harp and sistrum. Saxophones and bagpipes and electric guitars, oh my. This is an important image to me - not a central icon, but an icon nonetheless, a reminder of joy in abundance.
When I can sculpt again, one of my projects is a Heru-Sa-Aset icon. Because I could not formulate anything to relate to him for a long time with traditional iconography, until I found something that fit, something a little askew but still in tune with what is said about him. And so there is the space to make the queer bit of statue that will serve me as an icon there, where the traditional poses and forms will not do. So that I can build relationship there.