Worship at home
During this time when both school and many places of worship are closed. We have created this page for you to help with worship from home.
A message from Bishop Sarah -the Bishop of London.
Here is the link to her letter
Colours of Easter – with Mrs Wang
The Good Shepherd – a Godly Play Story with Revd. Norris
The Lord’s Prayer
On this page you will find two versions of the Lord’s Prayer ands people talking about their favourite line or lines from the prayer. Towards the bottom of the page Revd Cathy Nightingale shows us the Lord’s Prayer in sign language. Can you learn the Lord’s Prayer off by heart? Can you learn the sign language for it too?
If you fancy something different from singing Happy Birthday twice you can download our hand washing prayer here.
You can’t set up a prayer space at school, but maybe ask your parents if you can set one up at home.
Here are a few ideas.
Prayer Colouring Pages
Many people find colouring calming and restful. These colouring pages also have a prayer with them. You may find these a useful resource for your child or yourself.
Lego and Bible Verses
Here are a number if bible verses to read and then you child could perhaps act out with their Lego. If you haven’t got Lego I’m sure dolls or cuddly toys would work just as well.
If you don’t have a bible at home you can use the online resource here.
I Can Pray a Rainbow
God placed a rainbow in the sky as a symbol of his promise to never again send a flood like the one that Noah had survived in the ark. Today the rainbow is a symbol of hope for us, a reminder that God keeps his promises. Here are some rainbow inspired activities for you and your family to explore together. Our rainbow activity sheet has some lovely ideas on this there