CHILDREN’S WORSHIP 0628

June 28, 2020 Fourth Sunday After Pentecost

Hi Everyone,

This week we keep looking at the psalms as they help us better understand God and how we are to live as God’s people.

There is a craft suggestion from Bronwen which we’re continuing to add to each week so that at the end of the summer we will have reminders of everything we have learned! If you didn’t have a chance to start the mobile last week there is a link to to take you to the instructions for the frame and the first part.

There is also word search below that has some of the words and phrases from this week’s psalm. This is a favourite in our house as we all print off copies and as we try and find the words often talk about them!

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

This week we’re looking at Psalm 89:1-4, 15-18

and our highlighted verses are

You (God) said, “I have made a covenant with my chosen one, I have sworn to my servant David: ‘I will establish your descendants forever, and build your throne for all generations.'” Psalm 89:3-4

This week we’re going to continue adding to our mobile that represents ways that God responds to us and the ways that we respond to God.  Each of the pieces of the mobile reminds us of a Psalm.  By the end of the summer you will have a very special creation to hang in your house, or to give to someone you love, to help us all reflect on our relationship with God.

Constructing the Mobile
If you’ve already started your mobile and added your first craft to the mobile skip to the next section for the craft for this week.

If you haven’t constructed the mobile or first craft have a look at this page for instructions

Our Second Craft for the MobileGod Promises

A rainbow is often a way to remind us of God’s Promises.  Today, use your creativity and your craft supplies to make a rainbow to add to your mobile.  We painted small discs of corrugated cardboard and threaded the string from the mobile through the cardboard.  But you can think of all kinds of ways of making rainbows with materials like felt, coloured paper, fabric, beads, or whatever you can find in your cupboard!

Like Word Searches?

Here is a word search with some of the key words from our psalm this week…can you find them all?

Word Search for Psalm 89

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