Together Apart – Psalm 139 – You Have Searched Me

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Psalm 139 –  You Have Searched Me

Welcome to  Together Apart, a set of new intergenerational resources for all of us in God’s family. Ten jam-packed pages of great ideas that you can print off and use for free.

Links for PDFs are below.

Each week you’ll find Bible study ideas for all ways of learning and all ages (not just ‘for the kiddies’). You can use them on your own, over Skype with friends, or on the sofa with your little ones and big ones. There are also links to audio Bible readings from Bible Gateway and links to other resources from The Reflectionary.

Check out the PDFs for other weeks, too. Here’s a preview of this week’s resources.

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BONUS RESOURCES!

I do the crafts for our (virtual) Messy Church, and this week we’re exploring the Holy Spirit. There’s a craft that helps us to think about how we cannot see the Holy Spirit, but we can see what she does. (The Hebrew word for Spirit (רוח / ruach) is feminine, and early churches used ‘she’ for the Holy Spirit). The second craft thinks about the fruit of the Spirit, from Galatians 5 with an actual fruit tree! Here’s a downloadable PDF for the words that I use in the video

Here’s the video.

 

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Latest PDFs to download:

[Click here to download the PDF for You Have Searched Me (Psalm 139)]

Earlier editions:

Be safe, dear friends,

(and let’s all keep washing our hands)

blessings

faysig


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