This assembly helps children work out who Jesus is through one of his miracles. It also explains that Jesus was kind to feed all those people, exactly the same way as God is kind to us. And that we should always thank people who give us food.

This assembly looks at three surprising facts around the birth of Jesus:

1,A King who was born in a tiny village in the middle of nowhere.

2, A King who had a 700 year old message and a star to direct visitors to him.

3, A baby who wise man worshipped.

In this assembly Professor Potion tries to figure out the ingredients for the perfect Christmas, and he discoveres that Jesus is the one ingredient that makes Christmas go with a bang!

This assembly encourages children to be friends with people because of who they are and not because of what they look like. God doesn’t judge us on our looks, but looks at our hearts.

In this assembly Gabriel, Joseph and a Shepherd explain that Jesus is the greatest gift of all. God gave us the baby, who would be the King forever, who is God with us, who came to be a rescuer. And we got the greatest present ever freely. We didn’t deserve for Jesus to come to be

This talk explains that followers of Jesus should always mean what they say. It encourages the children to be trustworthy. Simply let your “Yes” be “Yes” and your “No” be “No”.

This assembly aims to teach that God’s opinion of us is very different to our own opinion of us. We all need to say sorry to him.

This assembly looks at the story of the rich young ruler who chose not to be with Jesus in eternity because he wouldn’t give up his wealth. Sometimes it is difficult to make the right decisions, but following Jesus is the best choice because life with Him would be as good as it can be.

This assembly aims to teach that God used Samson to save his people just as he said he would. Samson is a lot like Jesus: God’s ultimate saviour who died to deliver the world from sin.

In this assembly we look at the ten lepers who got healed by Jesus, and see how only one of them realised that he had to thank Jesus for that. All good things come from Jesus and we must not forget to thank him for his kindness, just like we must not forget to thank others when they’re kind