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Posted on May 13, 2020 in Programmes, Resources

Sunday, May 17th Children’s Ministry Resources for Families & Sunday Clubs

Once again, the Children’s Ministry Network is bowled over by the amazing resources available for family faith and church at home.

We can never highlight them all but we can give you a flavour each week.  So here goes!

Together At Home has released another ‘I can pray a Scavenger Hunt’.  It’s an Indoors one and it’s so easy for families at home to do.  Their previous ones proved very popular.  Find it here: I can pray a Scavenger Hunt – INDOORS


For your ‘Go To’ Lectionary Based Resources:

  1. ROOTS: We have attached the Activity Sheet and the Colouring Sheet here in PDF and JPEG format.  If you don’t have a printer, why not try a JPEG sheet in a Paint App?














  1. Together@Home ( Find them on Facebook by searching Together at Home – Church Resources. We’ve attached this week’s activity sheet here: TatH 17 May Lectionary based – John 14 v 15-21 Jesus promises a Helper


Diddy disciples – This is a liturgical resource for babies, toddlers and young children. It’s creator Rev Sharon has been busy putting  together some great material available online for families – they are lovely and an ideal opportunity for anyone wanting to familiarise themselves with the material as she provides great podcasts prayers for 0-5s and 5+.  They are short, engaging and really focus everyone.  Sharon also does Bible Story telling for when you don’t know how you’re feeling or for letting your light shine and she’s so good at getting everyone to use their imagination.

For podcasts, storytelling, prayers and more materials for families & churches & schools visit


Parenting For Faith – BRF

A super Freebie from the amazing team over at Parenting for Faith – a really helpful booklet of activity sheets that provide a way for parents and children to connect faith and daily life, particularly in this season.

We’ve attached the booklet here: Parenting for Faith. Me, God and Covid-19


TOP TIP  If you  don’t have a printer or want to save paper why not  open the JPEGs of the activity sheet and colouring sheet  in a drawing programme such as Paint.. then you can complete it without needing to print (as long as you have stable broadband)