Revelation 7:9-10, Ephesians 5:31-32, 1 Corinthians 12:27, Hebrews 10:25, Ephesians 6 & Isaiah 28:23
What is Church for? What is Church like? A series of 7 short talks explaining that the Church is for: listening to God and talking to Him, for encouraging one another, that it is a body, a bride, and branches of a vine, and that Church is forever.
This 20 minute lesson aims to teach pupils that some stories are special to religious groups. It explains that at Easter Christians celebrate Jesus' new life.
Mark 11:1-11,Mark 11,27-33,12-18;14:12-25;15;16:1-7 & Matthew 28:8-10
Year 3 and 4
During this 40 minute lesson pupils should learn: The events and significance of Holy Week:
Palm Sunday (Triumphal entry)
Opposition to Jesus
Last supper and betrayal
Good Friday (trials and crucifixion)
Easter Sunday (resurrection appearance)
A family Nativity
In this Christmas script we meet Mary, who is longing for a big adventure. It turns out this servant of God is about to embark on the biggest adventure anyone can imagine: an angel visits to tell her that she is about to give birth to none other than the Son of God.
This assembly looks at three surprising facts around the birth of Jesus:
1,A King who was born in a tiny village in the middle of nowhere.
2, A King who had a 700 year old message and a star to direct visitors to him.
3, A baby who wise man worshipped.