EASTER ASSEMBLY: HOT CROSS BUNS AND EASTER EGGS – This 10 minute assembly uses familiar Easter treats – hot cross buns and Easter eggs – to explain Jesus’ death on the cross and his resurrection. Two eye witnesses will explain how these treats remind us of the truth about East
During this 30 minute lesson pupils will learn that Christmas is a Christian festival remembering the birth of the Baby Jesus and the events surrounding his birth. 2 options for a craft activity included in the lesson plan.
This assembly aims to show pupils that Jesus has risen from the dead and that at Easter we celebrate the new life he had given us.
This assembly opens with a neat magis trick to illustrate that even though we see the same thing, we might react differently. It shows how the different people present at Jesus’ death reacted and what they thought of Jesus. It asks the pupils to think about who they think Jesus is.
This assembly aims to show children what love is, and that Jesus loved us so much that he gave up His life to give life to those who follow Him.
An inspector is tasked to find out the the truth about Easter. With the help of a Roman soldier and Peter, he finally understands that Easter is about Jesus’ death and resurrection and that he died to save normal people like us.
This assembly introduces Jesus’ death from the point of view of religious leaders and soldiers. It aims to teach that for Christians Jesus’ death and resurrection are the most significant events in history, because it changed everything; the way we think about life, the way we think a
This assembly is aimed to show that Jesus comes looking even for the worst of people and brings them into His family. No one is beyond hope.
This assembly aims to show that God made us to be like him – a creator, doing good, not an unkind destroyer.