These are articles which are out of season but you might still find useful.
An inclusive All-age Easter talk involving children and young people...
Are you struggling to find a simple but effective retelling of the Easter story for your children’s group? Check this out by BBC’s CBeebies…
This big book is a charming new story of the Reverend Freddie Fisher and Puddles, his cat.
It is the fifth in the series which introduces very young children to aspects of the Christian faith.
Our Resource Centre has lots of ideas for exploring and sharing what Easter is about. Why not come and see us to get some inspiration and practical things you can use?
What can we do at Christmas to help others, and how can that be driven by faith? Children from St Barnabas Church of England Primary School in Montpelier, Bristol show how anyone can get involved and help in a "Christmas appeal" film they made about the Sisters of the Church in St. Paul's.
Are you trying to think of what to do for that Harvest Thanksgiving rapidly approaching? Well, CCYP published a great list of ideas to help you:
Harvest – A, B, Seed
Harvest – The Bible in Fruit
Harvest – God is a faithful Gardener
Harvest – Presentation on where food comes from
Harvest – Ruth 2
Harvest – Seed confession
Harvest – Some Harvest craft ideas for use with the under 5s
Harvest – Thank You Day – Footsteps to the Feast for Harvest
Harvest – The sower
Harvest – The widow’s offering – a nursery rhyme version
Father’s Day is not easy! It is a secular day that came into being around 50 years ago – and the cynics would say it’s simply another card and gift buying occasion. But it does feature prominently in family life – and is a good opportunity for churches to invite people along for a special service.
How can you mark 400 years of the King James Bible in a relevant and interesting way across the different Key Stages?
Planning your harvest? Don’t forget that you can use the "Loaves and Fishes" film as a focus for your harvest giving. We have more creative ideas for you around the site.