Need help with All age services? Too often All age worship is marked by bored children and frustrated parents. Not with us! These talks offer 10-15 minutes of clear, simple Bible explanation. Complete with ideas for visual aids, drama and interaction. All Age Services can be the highlight that draw a crowd.
Based on Luke 24: 36-45
Jesus showed his friends his scars and ate food to prove that it was really him. We can be certain that Jesus rose from the dead.
Luke 2:8-12, John 3:16;1:14, Isaiah 1:18, Philippians 2:8 & Isaiah 9:6
Games to play and illustrations to use for your Children’s Christmas event
You’ll still need to study the passage, prepare your talk and make it suit your context; but maybe there is just the seed of an idea that you need to get started. This download contains 6 games and Bible illustrations to get you going.
Good Friday Talk based on Luke
This talk points out that Jesus' death appears unfair, however he is choosing to die to take God’s anger at our sin and open the way to the Father.
The aim of this talk is for the story of Christ’s trial, crucifixion and death to prompt a response of awe and thankfulness in all of us.
A Carol Service talk
The aim of this talk for us to understand that once we know who Jesus is; we can obey Him as the Lord of our lives. Complete with ppt, a short clip and a family devotional to hand out, this engaging talk is a perfect solution if you can’t spend time preparing visuals or have noone to join you on the stage at the all-age carol service.
A Christmas Monologue
Herod tells us he is angry, and feels threatened by the birth of some baby who apparently has the X-factor. Unsettling prophecies going back hundreds of years say that this guy’s future is written in the stars, that he’s going to change the world - his world. So he comes up with a guile and cunning plan.