Wondering what to do this week? Perhaps your children are upset they can't play outside at the local playground? Why not embark on this project to build your own garden play centre. Click on the image to download the plans from BuildYella.com.
Wondering what to do in isolation? Here is a fun activity suggested by a couple from our congregation. Try encouraging your family to undertake this project of building your own picnic table ready for the summer. This could be a unique bonding opportunity and discipleship moment for your family. We would love to hear your stories and see your pictures. You can send them to our Creative Arts Pastor at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Happy Easter! The grave is empty, Jesus has risen! What an incredible Saviour we have!
Today we are experiencing Easter differently. No one thought that we would be celebrating the resurrection of Jesus Christ whilst enduring a pandemic and isolated in our homes. Yet even on this day thousands of years ago the disciples acclaimed God's victory even in the midst of persecution and trials. We will always have troubles but today we celebrate that Jesus has overcome them all. John 16:33 "In this world you will have trouble, but take heart for I have overcome the world!"
As part of our worship and joy this day we have created a fun Easter game. To find out the winner of our Easter Bingo challenge visit our facebook page @Immanuel Simcoe CRC. We hope you enjoyed recalling the Easter events through this game. Happy Easter everyone!
The Hebrew word “hoshi’a na,” is translated in Greek as “(h)osanna.” In English, we know it as “hosanna.” In the Old Testament we read this as a plea, meaning “Save us, please!” (Psalm 118:25). Yet throughout translations and edits this word has come to mean a proclamation of salvation!
In this time of global crisis where we are experiencing sadness, fear and anger, we believe these two definitions of Hosanna can help us fix our hearts and minds on Christ Jesus, our Lord who has already won the victory over death and the grave but also the one who continues to hear our pleas.
On Sunday April 5 as an action of praise, a symbol of faith, and a prayer for the many affected by the Corona virus, we placed our palm leaves in our window as a representation of our 'Hosanna' worship. To share the victory we have in Jesus and spread His message of hope further please send your photo's of your palm creatives to email@example.com to be displayed on our facebook page. Click on the image to download instructions to make your Palm Leaf Origami.
What a wonderful time many of us had using our hands in worship as we remembered, by baking bread, how we are all connected as the body of Christ. Though isolated and scattered we remain united. We encouraged one another by posting photo's on our facebook page and sharing in the joys of those who baked bread for the first time. To watch this Sunday's service visit our Faith in Fear series on the Sermons page. We would love to see images of your bakes! Please send photo's to our Creative Arts Pastor at: firstname.lastname@example.org to feature on our social media. Click on image to download the Bread recipe.
Welcome to our Intergenerational Activities blog. Here you can find lots of resources to help you engage with church and with your family. If you know of any creative activities that you would like to share with our congregation please forward them to our Creative Arts Pastor at: email@example.com. Enjoy being creative together!