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Father's Day

Please find worship for Sunday 21st June 2020.
News and Activities for Children and Young People

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Also please find a simple communion service and children's worship

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Sunday 21st June 2020
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  • Join us for zoom Sunday School at 9am (contact us at for a code to join)
  • Although we can not physically meet together -it is important that our children continue to grow in faith and are able to connect with one another so here are some resources to help you at home.
  • Please send us your artwork, videos and pictures and you will win a star - 5 stars = prize.
Activities for children and young people


Make Father's Day cards – one for Dad / Grandad / Uncle Bob etc or one just for God. Ask everyone to choose an attribute from that best represents how they think a father should be, or about God, and write a card with the words 'Dear Dad/God, thank you for ...(loving me, being strong, and so on.)' Decorate them lavishly and give them away to those who they represent.

Superdad / SuperGrandad 

Older children might enjoy creating a cartoon character, Superdad. Encourage them to give him extraordinary powers relevant to the job of parenting. Display the pictures. Talk about the fact that God is not a cartoon character, or a fantasy figure, but an extraordinarily wonderful Father to us all.


Family tree
You will need: paper; pens; either a family history site on the internet or a chat with the oldest members of your extended family; old family photo albums

Draw your family tree and see how far back you can go. You can download plenty of templates or just create your own.

Talk about what gets passed on down the family tree in your family. What family traits does God share with Jesus? And with other children in God’s family?


Scrapheap challenge    

Make a junk sculpture to model relationships with fathers

You will need: junk items, e.g. cereal
boxes, newspapers, cardboard tubes, old clothing OR lego

• Remind people about the Genesis story of creation in which God took the soil of the earth and created something amazing – human beings!



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Images and Sunday school resources adapted from ROOTS for Churches Ltd ( 2002-2020.
Reproduced with permission.

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