ONLINE SUNDAY SCHOOL

Supporting Our Young People During The Coronavirus Lockdown

There are many challenges that the Coronavirus lockdown brings, and without our church services we are unable to run our Sunday School in person.


We are doing our best to bring our services online and with that, we are also offering Sunday School material for parents to download and run with their children.

This is the first time we are doing this and so we ask you to be patient and work with us to support you in supporting your children's spiritual journey during this time.

 

RESOURCES FOR OUR CHILDREN

SERMONS FOR KIDS

All Saints has signed up to
Sermons4kids PLUS. It has kids’ videos and video "how-to" for
parents. Login from the homepage.
Username: caireen.stewart@yahoo.co.uk Password: AllSaints2020
Scroll to the bottom of the page of the lesson you want, and in the
bottom right-hand corner there is a box called "PLUS Activities and Resources"

KEEPING FAITH AT HOME

Acollection of resources for those doing
faith formation at home that is curated by Sharon Ely Pearson on her
website

CANDLE WALK

Karin Holsinger Sherman offers Candle Walk, a beautiful illustrated
picture book that prepares children for sleep by taking them on a
candlelit wander through the woods and inviting them to experience the
Compline, a centuries-old practice of contemplative evening prayer.
Appropriate for toddlers through elementary aged children, Candle Walk
is a wonderful way to prepare children for sleep, assured of the
nearness of God. The Order of Compline from The Book of Common
Prayer is also included at the back of the book.

TUCKED IN BEDTIME STORIES AND PRAYERS

Each Wednesday evening, and occasional Mondays, join us to hear
Bible and other stories and short bedtime prayers.

KEYS FOR KIDS

A daily devotional for children.

 

CORONAVIRUS, ANXIETY, CHILDREN AND
THE CHURCH

A great article
with concrete ideas from Building Faith. With an increase in the number
of churches suspending the common cup and even cancelling services
in response to COVID-19, there is need to discuss the long-term impact
of how we manage and narrate pastoral responses to this pandemic,
particularly where children are involved, so as to not allow adult
anxieties to take over the story.

 
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