Children’s Area

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Our Sunday Morning services are normally based on material from a magazine called   ‘Roots: All Age Worship’  which follows the lectionary readings.

Roots have made some material free for families to access during lockdown- go to this website to find them:

https://www.rootsontheweb.com/i-am-looking-for/worship-and-learning-through-lockdown-and-beyond

2021 has begun and there are many things to look forward too despite the ongoing Covid situation.

Make a Good Things Book – find and decorate a notebook and then use this to record good things that happen to you and your family over the coming weeks. Start with what nice things happened at Christmas e.g. presents, decorations, seeing a friend on zoom etc. Then each week try to add something to your book – you can write, draw or put in photos. Use your book to help you when you pray to say ‘thank you’ to God.

Make an Epiphany Star as a way of remembering the coming of the Wise men to see Jesus, which we celebrate on January 6th the Feast of Epiphany

You can get a template for a star off the internet – ask a grown up to help you if you need to.

Write a letter – there may be people you usually see at Christmas that you could not see this year because of the Covid pandemic. Why not write them a letter or draw them a picture to show them that you still think of them. Older relatives, like Granny or Grandpa, Aunts and Uncles, like getting letters.

(last update 02.01.2021)

Disclaimer:  St Leonard’s takes no responsibility for the consequences of following advice given directly or indirectly on these pages. Parents are responsible for determining the suitability of any activities for their children. Information in links will take different theological viewpoints and are not necessarily Anglican in outlook.