Heather reading from ‘A Young Person’s Guide to Knowing God’ by Patricia St John. A story about God who loves me as a father.
Here are two activities, beautifully demonstrated by Jo, if you didn’t see them the first time around in November’s Ark:
- Create your nativity scene – and even better it’s edible!
- Tell the story yourself once you’ve made these great camel and donkey puppets.
Come and join Heather and Steve for:
- Great, BIG GOD
- Every step
- If I was a butterfly
This little video tells us the ancient story with the help of some Lego characters. Many thanks for my niece Emily for a timeless story told beautifully.
Would you like to join the Christmas baking challenge? Originally this was aimed at the children but of course entries by adults are welcome too.
Below are a number of recipes. However we would like you to add a twist to your bake: HOW CAN YOU KEEP CHRIST AT THE CENTRE OF CHRISTMAS?
To confirm you are joining the bake off send your entry name and email address to Catherine D (email in directory) with subject: CHRIST CENTRED BAKEOFF or use our contact page.
You will be invited to a our first zoom bakeoff show on 22nd December at 4:30 to show off your bake so we can decide the winners based on:
1. Best bake
2. Christ centred elements incorporated
3. Most effort
4. Most fun looking
Here’s a page to inspire you Christmas for kids recipes
Looking for something to occupy your primary school aged children this summer? Look no further.
We’ll journey together as we look at some epic adventures in the Bible from the comfort of our own homes.
Registration is compulsory
In order to receive your craft resource goody bag – or for any questions – please fill out the form below:
Deadline for registration is next Friday – 31st July. Goody bags will be delivered by socially distanced drop off in the week commencing 3rd August.
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Snuggle down with Rhiannon for the next chapter of “The Biggest Story”.
Today we see Adam recruited by God to name the animals. I wonder if you can think of names as good as his?