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An Interactive Easter adventure.

Explore the Easter story with your family or kids group and follow in the footsteps of the travellers on their journey from fear to faith. All based on the events in Luke 24:13-49

Aimed at under 8’s – but suitable for the whole family.

Parenting often feels like, “wake, eat, sleep, repeat”, so memories and traditions feel like gold dust.

Download the family reflections worksheet and create a special moment before you return to the routine in January.

Give the time to the Lord, asking that he would use

You will find here an array of resources to celebrate Easter, including a Family Escape room, a fun bake along show,  an All age script, a School assembly, a conversation starter booklet, a neighborhood trail and an Easter video.

Gather the family for a 25-minute online adventure! Aimed at families with 8-12 year olds, but enough fun to keep toddlers and teens engaged. Enjoy this series of challenges that will have you laughing, problem-solving, and working together. No prior biblical knowledge needed, perfect for sharing

WEEKEND OF WONDER -This resource aims to encourage families to experience and enjoy the good news of Easter – at home, outdoors and with others – and give them confidence that they can open the Bible together at home.

The activities and conversation starters are designed as a t

AN EASTER TRAIL: HOMES OF HOPE – As the first buds and flowers are bursting through, this is the moment for an Easter trail in your community. Get families walking around their local streets, following the Easter story – the only source of certain hope.

Faith in Kids hosts a bake-along video featuring Martha Collison guiding families through baking gingerbread men & women. This realtime baking lesson is interspersed with short all age talks explaining the reason for th

God with us…he is never socially distanced, even when we have to be

So let’s step out of our church buildings and celebrate the birth of Christ in ways we would never have considered before!

Matthew’s story shows us the great power and compassion of a Saviour who transforms lives. Hear what he says. See what he does. The desperate woman clinging to his cloak is called “daughter”. He walks with the grieving father. He holds the little girl’s hand and she lives.

Matthew’s story helps us see the connection between how we respond to Jesus and how we view others. If we view ourselves as sinners in need of a Saviour, failures whose only hope is grace, we will extend grace to our fellow sinners. Once we have been humbled to recognise our own sinful stat