Spring Harvest at Home 4-8th April 2021
Every wondered what Spring Harvest, a Christian Family Holiday event held each Easter at a Butlin’s Camp was like?
Why not try it this year without the expense of accommodation.
Spring Harvest Home 21 will be streamed on our brand new, custom-made platform. You can watch and interact with exciting live worship celebrations, transformative teaching, insightful Bible study, fun kids sessions and so much more, all from the comfort of your own sofa.
Cost from £55 per family
Easter Alive is a FREE download pack with all you need to bring the Easter story to life for the children and young people in your community. It can also be used at home.
Oxford Diocese has easy links to a lot of different resources – go to:
Quick Dip Activities for families to do together – take about 5-10 minutes each.
Each activity has 3 parts
- Find a Bible – if possible one suitable for your age children
- Find a time when the whole family is together
- Choose one activity
- Encourage everyone to take part – but respect a person’s wish not to
- Remember that you are learning together as a family – no one has all the answers, every ones opinions are valid – no matter how old or how young.
Activity 1: Jesus is… God’s Son
- Read – Matthew 3:17
- Think/Talk about – Whose voice is this? Why are God’s words here so important?
- Pray – Thank God that he was willing to send his Son to earth for you?
Activity 2: ‘Jesus Christ is the same yesterday and today and forever’
- Read – Hebrews 13:8
- Think/talk about – Do you ever change your mind?
- Pray – Thank Jesus that he never changes and we can always rely on and trust him.
Activity 3: Prayer – Learning from Paul – ‘Give thanks for what Jesus has done’
- Read – Colossians 1:9-14
- Think/talk about – What are you thankful for today? Why should we give joyful thanks for the rescue God offers?
- Pray – Tell God what you are thankful for and thank him for the rescue he offers us in Jesus.
(last update 12.03.2021)
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.