We’d like to share with you some bible-themed make-at-home craft activities with related prayer ideas. Ideal for children and families, the activities include making a phone stand, making a balloon cake, baking a Victoria sponge cake and weaving friendship bands.
See the videos here or on the Scripture Union “Make and Pray” YouTube playlist here.
Feel free to send us pictures of your makes!
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One of Worth Parish’s supported charities is Tariro, which you helped to support when you donated at our Christmas services for the last two years.
The charity, based in the UK, helps orphans or young people in Zimbabwe whose one parent cannot look after them anymore, supporting them through education and with practical projects until they are able to stand on their own two feet.
They sent us this news.
Here are some prayer activities that have been developed to be used
at home during the coronavirus pandemic. Developed by http://www.prayerspacesinschools.com for children and young people, they are very suitable for all to do.
Kindle is one of the ministries run by Street360 which is Crawley’s Youth For Christ centre. Kindle meet in different venues including St Barnabas’ on 9 February. Aimed at those in school years 7-13, do come along for worship, games, talks and cafe and see what it’s all about. Read more on their work here: street360.yfc.co.uk / Instagram @street360yfc
Please click here to view this week’s pewsheet. Thank you for all your support and appreciation of our Christmas services. Here’s a little video of our St Nicholas’ nativity children and some more photos from the St Barnabas’ Crib Service.
To get a sneak peak, here is our crib service sheet for tomorrow’s service (24/12/15 at 4pm). There are crib services at each church, so take your pick !
We’d love you to join us for our Carol Service at St Barnabas’ Pound Hill, this Sunday, 20th December at 4pm. It is suitable for all ages and you can view the service sheet here.