Wow, Fay! From the quick look I’m delighted to have been pointed to your site. Even the title is awesome
Rev Bosco Peters
Used this today as I led our Family Service it was great and very well received even got a laugh or two as i told this new interpretation of this well known story. Thank you for a great inspiration.
Thank you for sharing this! We used the idea at our Christingle service and it really helped the message to be shared and understood.
About A Bad Friday
Thank you for this. I will be using it tomorrow at St Chad’s Bishop’s Tachbrook.
Used with thanks at Banora Point Uniting Church, Australia.
Rev Janie French
Thank you for this, it was just what I need for this Sunday’s informal service with families.
For prayers I am using sports equipment in a lucky Dip bag and giving thanks to God for different parts of our bodies that can “do” stuff. i.e a tennis ball for arms = throwing. Swimming Goggles for our eyes = watching, sports socks for our feet: kicking etc ( remembering to be inclusive for those with differing levels of ability or disability)
Used the puzzle pages for Palm Sunday and Easter Day – very well received, especially by a young mum who took several copies to use at a family get-together over Easter! Are there any for other times of the year? We’d love to use them at monthly all age services.
About Two Men Praying
Hi, I’ve just discovered your site today – Wow! I love it – will you be doing a script for the Easter story at all? please say yes…keep up the amazing work.x
Great post and thanks for the activity, I have struggling to find something for the children’s address in the morning. This will work great
Very happy to help
About Mark 13:1-8
This appears to be exactly what I’m looking for. Thank you. I’m using the Mark 13; 1-8 one in our primary school Christian club this morning!