Finally! And with much rejoicing! The Jesus Rescues series for preschool groups is completed! It's been a month since I posted last saying that uploading this series was slow - so at least I'm consistant. You can now find the stories, craft and songs all uploaded! I've been busy writing new Sunday School lessons for … Continue reading At last!
He is not here he has risen! And what a difference that makes to all of us I love Easter - I love the tunes; glorious, triumphant, soaring, key changes and all. I love the celebration; chocolate eggs, hot cross buns, spring colours. I love that the waiting is over; no more 'giving up' for … Continue reading Why do you seek the living among the dead?
Holy Week Celebrations Worksheets and colouring and videos; oh my! For Palm Sunday Worksheet on Luke 19v28-44 Jesus Enters Jerusalem for 8-12's but could be adapted Jesus' Triumphal Entry colouring page for up to 7 years old This video for 4-11's God's Story: Palm Sunday And A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Jerusalem … Continue reading High days and Holy Days
Teens and Drama Go together like eggs and chocolate So the thing about eggs and chocolate is you need the right combination. Chocolate shaped like eggs - great! Boiled chocolate - not-so-great. Here are a couple of Easter plays that work great when combined with teenagers. There's comedy, they're short enough to learn, you can … Continue reading Easter plays
There's more to Easter than eggs And here are some gifts to help show it Kids, in my experience, ask a lot of questions. If you know a child between two and 10 you're undoubtably answering a lot of questions - and as frustrating as that can be; it's a fantastic thing! If you find … Continue reading Easter Gifts
A Gospel Outline and a session outline too! I wrote this one-off session plan based on the Who will be King? booklets. Their stuff is amazing as it's so simple and the kids can connect the pictures to what is being taught really well. Gospel outlines are great as a way of teaching non-believing kids … Continue reading Who will be King?
He's Alive! and it's a great time to celebrate! Happy Easter from the Disorganised Sunday School blog, I've written an Easter themed 'how to' today so if you're stuck for lunch ideas try an edible resurrection garden. It's great to make with kids so if you're looking after children this Easter holiday why not add … Continue reading Happy Easter
Sorry it's late... what else do you expect from a disorganised blog? I hope it was worth the wait though as Jesus meets us is the conclusion to our series in John's gospel. Jesus meets a truly diverse group of people and it just goes to show that he is definitely for everyone! For God … Continue reading Jesus still meets people today
Jesus meets Mary Magdalene and sadness turns to joy! While, as a woman, her experience would have counted for nothing in a court of law what Mary Mag saw that day changed the world forever! I always have this verse (1 Corinthians 15:17) in mind whenever I read/teach about the resurrection: if Christ has not … Continue reading Jesus meets a poor witness and a good friend