With our usual clubs and groups for children cancelled for the foreseeable future we have been hard at work producing resources for you to use at home.
This page is will be updated each Sunday so do check back each week for new crafts. To view the images properly click the small Facebook icon at the top right of each post, this will take you to the original post.
If you make any of these we’d love to see pictures, email them to us or tag us/message us on Facebook.
Trinity II / Fathers Day
Today we are thinking about how Jesus ascended into heaven after he had come back to life. So help us do that we are making our own moving picture of Jesus ascending into a cloud, click below for the instructions, template and story.
Today we are thinking about Jesus promising to send the Holy Spirit. So we are making some clouds, stars and hearts to help us think about what makes a good friend. There’s also a word search for you to do.
Today we are thinking about Jesus saying ‘I am the Way, the Truth, and the Life’. We have a few crafts and some colouring for you to enjoy.
Easter 4 (Good Shepherd Sunday)
Today we think about Jesus calling himself the Good Shepherd. To help us do that we are making sheep and a shepherd out of toilet roll tubes.
This week we are thinking about the hope that we have and are making pop-up puppets. We also had our All-Age Eucharist on Sunday so why not tune in to that and worship with us as a family.
As we continue our Easter celebrations we look today at Thomas who doubted that Jesus was really alive again.
We have a Lego Animation to watch to help us think about the story and this week are making hands.
Today the Church celebrates Jesus coming back to life. Have a watch of the video to hear about what happened.
We’re making Easter Gardens this week, if you make one please send us a picture of your finished garden, we’d love to see them.
On Palm Sunday we think about Jesus entering Jerusalem to cheering crowds.
Have a watch of the story (made by Andrea) and then have a go at making palm branches out of your palms.
If you want a bit more of a challenge you can also have a go at making your own palm crosses.
Have a box of lego at home? Why not have a go at building the stories from the Bible throughout April. Read the story then build it together, or, if you’re a little more competitive, each build your own version of that days story.
Planting seeds and praying for all the special women in our lives
The craft can be found by clicking here.