CHILDREN’S WORSHIP 0607

June 7, 2020 Trinity Sunday

Hi Everyone,

This Sunday we remember the story of God’s creation of the world. The story I tell in my video isn’t the one from the Bible but rather one to help us remember how our differences and diversity fit into God’s world.

There is a craft suggestion from Bronwen which helps us celebrate all the goodness of creation and allow you to be creative too!

May has a craft for us which works through the days of creation in order to make a beautiful mobile which you can hang in your room.

At the bottom is a link to last week’s Children’s Worship Page and a link to more activities which our storytellers and doorkeepers have offered as ways to help in these long days.

Take Care and Stay Well,

Rev. Peter

CHILDREN’S TIME FOR

THIS SUNDAY

I Wonder Questions:
I wonder how God felt as everything was made?

I wonder what was God’s favourite day of Creation?

I wonder why we feel something in us when we are in nature?

I wonder what each of us can do to make the world a better place?

God saw everything that God made, and indeed, it was very good. This week create a village of people or a paper doll chain.  Decorate them to reflect the beauty, richness and diversity of people in the world that God created.

Work through the days of creation and make a mobile to hang up in your room!

Materials:
String
Stick
Items to represent
Light (day 1)
sky (day2)
Water and Land, trees and plants(day 3)
Day and Night, sun, moon, stars (day4)
Fish and Birds (day 5)
Animals and people (day 6)
Rest (day7)

Instructions:
Attach each item or picture to a string.
Attach each string to the stick in order of the days of creation.

For those who like to Colour: The story of creation is one filled with activity and colour. Here is a link to a wonderful sheet you can colour about the days of creation You can also use each of the seven images as the things for your mobile. Don’t be afraid to be creative!

MORE LINKS

Previous Children’s Story and Activities

IDEAS AND LINKS FOR MORE ACTIVITIES

IDEAS AND LINKS FROM OUR SISTER UNITED CHURCHES