To begin our new series on Blessings, we get stuck into Acts 3 where we learn of blessing through healing. In the attached activities this week, we think too, about how we recognise and spot the blessings in our own lives. Perhaps we can bless others through this weeks craft idea of a Blessing Box too. Have fun!
This week we remember as the church the disciples being filled with Holy Spirit and all the amazing things that happened that day. Kay shares a family reflection to help us think about the significance of the event 2000 years ago for us today.
Welcome to this weeks Family Worship at home. This week we are thinking about Thy Kingdom Come and praying for people to come to know Jesus. We finish with a great worship song based on the Lord's Prayer.
This week we are looking at Psalm 130. Kay shares her reflection in a family friendly way about how to make time for God. Kay explains the craft in the video and the sheet to accompany the this week can be downloaded through the link below.
Creative writing, connecting with God, sharing his truths through poetry and Psalms. Christine a member of All Saints Church has provided a great short guide to help those interested in giving it a go.
Do share your creativity by dropping us an email firstname.lastname@example.org
Due to the fast spreading of Coronavirus and Government advice it is no longer possible for us to gather together to worship. Instead we are producing worship a home services over the internet so we can join together remotely.
Instructions for joining in the service We use a technology called Zoom to join together for this service. Zoom can be used on landline telephone, smart phone, tablet or PC. Landline Telephone You can join by just using your landline telephone, dialling 0203 481 5237 and when prompted entering the meeting ID and password. Using Smart phone or Tablet If you are using a smart phone or tablet you need to install the app ‘Zoom’. Set up a free account with Zoom (you will need to enter your Date of Birth, email address and create a password). Once you have created the account login using these credentials. Once you have logged on through the app you are ready to join a meeting using the meeting ID and Password. Computer To use Zoom on a PC, go to www.zoom.us and sign-up for a free account (you will need to enter your Date of Birth, email address and create a password). Login using these credentials and select join a meeting. You will be asked to download and install some software which will connect to your webcam and computer audio. Once you have installed the software you will need to login again on the programme and then you will be ready to join a meeting using the MeetingID and Password provided. Safety The normal rules for internet safety apply when using Zoom. Do not share any personal information, do not accept requests for people you don’t know. If you feel unsure close the software and seek support. More information can be found of Diocese of Coventry website.
Hello Gorgeous People, This week we have been thinking about Psalm 95 and the theme of the Psalm being worship. We have found as a family that at times getting together in the same room with everybody participating in the worship rather tricky. Somebody always gets grumpy. We always encounter a real change in the atmosphere in our house after we have worshipped together as a family. There is a lightness and joy in the atmosphere. Worshipping Jesus shifts the spiritual atmosphere in our homes. Our midweek craft activity is to make some worship flags to use in our praise. There are lots of worship songs you can use. 3 of our favourite YouTube channels for all age songs are; Bethel kids especially for slightly older children New Wine great for pre-school and KS1 Soul Survivor for teenagers
Maybe you could even hand then up when you have finished waving them.