Children’s Church @ Home – July 12th

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Jersey Baptist Church is now meeting in our building in Vauxhall Street, St Helier, as well as remote access being available.

Children’s Church will run concurrently with the 9am service, and if you would prefer not to attend physically you can access the session by Zoom:

  1. Please login at 8.45am as follows:

Click the following link: Children’s Church Zoom

or input the following Zoom meeting ID and password:
Meeting ID: 815 4517 6921
Password: Happy

  1. Printing:

Please would you print out the following, otherwise follow the activities on the pdfs. 

Link to PDF for the above worksheets and craft



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Exemple

Children’s Church will run concurrently with the 9am service, and if you would prefer not to attend physically you can access the session by Zoom:

  1. Please login at 8.45am as follows:

Click the following link: Children’s Church Zoom

or input the following Zoom meeting ID and password:
Meeting ID: 815 4517 6921
Password: Happy

  1. Printing:

Please would you print out the following according to which age-group your children are in, otherwise follow the activities on the pdfs. 

Links to PDFs for this weeks worksheets
Dippers | Divers/Surfers (Yr3-4 & Yr5-6)



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Exemple

Jersey Baptist Church is now meeting in our building in Vauxhall Street, St Helier, as well as remote access being available.

Children’s Church will run concurrently with the 9am service, and if you would prefer not to attend physically you can access the session by Zoom:

  1. Please login at 8.45am as follows:

Click the following link: Children’s Church Zoom

or input the following Zoom meeting ID and password:
Meeting ID: 815 4517 6921
Password: Happy

  1. Printing:

There are no associated activity sheets for using at home this week

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Exemple

Jersey Baptist Church is now meeting in our building in Vauxhall Street, St Helier, as well as remote access being available.

Children’s Church will run concurrently with the 9am service, and if you would prefer not to attend physically you can access the session by Zoom:

  1. Please login at 8.45am as follows:

Click the following link: Children’s Church Zoom

or input the following Zoom meeting ID and password:
Meeting ID: 815 4517 6921
Password: Happy

  1. Format:

The first part of our time together will be in one big group.  When we split into age specific groups we will take your child to a ‘break out room’ on Zoom, and place our laptop / tablet in the relevant children’s group in the room where we are meeting.

  1. Printing:

Please would you print out the following according to which age-group your children are in, otherwise follow the activities on the pdfs.  A balloon is also needed for this session. 

Links to PDFs for the above worksheets and craft
Dippers (Rec-Yr2) | Dippers Prayer Card | Divers/Surfers (Yr3-4 & Yr5-6) | Divers Prayer Card| Youth Discussion



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Below are some suggested activities and order of play to do with your children as you do Sunday Church together. Each week there will be activity sheets and also some things to watch or listen to.

You can print the below running order off here:

1. Follow the main service for songs, a Children’s talk and a song with actions.

2. During the sermon the children can follow any of the activities below whilst the sermon is on:

Links to PDFs for Splashers and the above worksheets and craft
Splashers | Dippers (Rec-Yr2) | Divers (Yr3-6) | Craft| Youth Discussion

3. Children can join for the songs at the end of the service

At the end of the service here are some ideas for you to follow as a family:

A. Ask some simple questions

  • What do we learn about God?
  • What do we learn about ourselves?
  • What do I need to do now I know that about God?

Big Idea: Jesus’ followers will make other people’s lives better as they live very differently, and this will cause others to love God too. 

Aim: For the children to identify a way in their life that they can live very differently from others because of their faith in Jesus.  Pray that this would cause others would love God too.

B. Pray with your children about what you have discussed

Light prayers:  

  • In the craft the children will have written or drawn ways in which they would like their lives to be different to others because of their faith in Jesus. 
  • Stick the flames onto a board or wall and turn off the lights. 
  • Use a torch to point at each flame and pray about what has been written or drawn. 



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Below are some suggested activities and order of play to do with your children as you do Sunday Church together. Each week there will be activity sheets and also some things to watch or listen to.

You can print the below running order off here:

1. Follow the main service for songs, a Children’s talk and a song with actions.

  • Watch this video of the bible story if your children missed the children’s talk online.

2. During the sermon the children can follow any of the activities below whilst the sermon is on:

Links to PDFs for Splashers and the above worksheets and craft
Splashers | Dippers (Rec-Yr2) | Divers (Yr3-6) | Dippers Craft| Divers Craft | Youth Discussion

3. Children can join for the songs at the end of the service

At the end of the service here are some ideas for you to follow as a family:

A. Ask some simple questions

  • What do we learn about God?
  • What do we learn about ourselves?
  • What do I need to do now I know that about God?

Main Aim: To help the children see that true happiness is found in belonging to the kingdom of heaven. 

B. Pray with your children about what you have discussed

Prop prayers:  

  • Apple – say sorry to God for the wrong things we do all the time.  Admit that, as our natural selves, we are rotten as an apple that is rotten to the core and there is nothing we can do to please God.
  • Heart – destroy a black felt tip heart on a piece of paper and replace with a red heart.  Thank God that he gives us a new heart when we trust in Jesus.  Thank God for his Holy Spirit who helps us want to be and able to be good
  • Mirror – pray that as people belonging to God we might be able to reflect something of God’s goodness to the world.  



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Below are some suggested activities and order of play to do with your children as you do Sunday Church together. Each week there will be activity sheets and also some things to watch or listen to.

You can print the below running order off here:

1. Follow the main service for songs, a Children’s talk and a song with actions.

2. Read the Bible passage with your children , or listen to it being read in the live stream: Exodus 40.

3. During the sermon the children can follow any of the activities below whilst the sermon is on:

Links to PDFs for Splashers and the above worksheets and craft
Splashers | Dippers (Rec-Yr2) | Divers (Yr3-6) |Craft | Youth Discussion

3. Children can join for the songs at the end of the service

At the end of the service here are some ideas for you to follow as a family:

A. Ask some simple questions

  • What do we learn about God?
  • What do we learn about ourselves?
  • What do I need to do now I know that about God?

Main Aim: The children will know that living a righteous life by faith in Jesus is the best way to live.

B. Pray with your children about what you have discussed

Print the attached fruit picture templates onto paper/card and cut out the fruit. Encourage the children to write or draw what they have learnt about how we can be fruitful and blessed by God. They can then take turns to pray, asking for God’s help to do this and thanking God for making a way for us to be blessed by him and saved from destruction. You could then paste these on a large outline of a tree by a river and write ‘Psalm 1’ above it.

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Below are some suggested activities and order of play to do with your children as you do Sunday Church together. Each week there will be activity sheets and also some things to watch or listen to.

You can print the below running order off here:

1. Follow the main service for songs, a Children’s talk and a song with actions.

2. Read the Bible passage with your children , or listen to it being read in the live stream: Exodus 40.

3. During the sermon the children can follow any of the activities below whilst the sermon is on:

Links to PDFs for Splashers and the above worksheets and craft
Splashers | Dippers & Divers (Rec-Yr6) | Craft pg1 |Craft pg2 |Colouring Sheet| Youth Discussion

3. Children can join for the songs at the end of the service

At the end of the service here are some ideas for you to follow as a family:

A. Ask some simple questions

  • What do we learn about God?
  • What do we learn about ourselves?
  • What do I need to do now I know that about God?

Big Idea: God gave instructions to build a tabernacle where he would live with his people.

Aim: God now lives with is people, by his Holy Spirit, through Jesus.

B. Pray with your children about what you have discussed

Remind the children that when we pray, we are coming before God to talk to him. Help the children to understand that they do not need to go to a special place to pray. They can pray anywhere and about anything.  Praying is a wonderful privilege and we can do it with confidence.

Thinking about today’s lesson, what do the children want to say to God?



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Below are some suggested activities and order of play to do with your children as you do Sunday Church together. Each week there will be activity sheets and also some things to watch or listen to.

You can print the below running order off here:

1. Follow the main service for songs, a Children’s talk and a song with actions.

2. Read the Bible passage with your children: Exodus 34:1-14.

3. During the sermon the children can follow any of the activities below whilst the sermon is on:

Links to PDFs for Splashers and the above worksheets and craft
Splashers | Dippers (Rec-Yr2) | Divers (Yr3-6) |Craft | Youth Discussion

3. Children can join for the songs at the end of the service

At the end of the service here are some ideas for you to follow as a family:

A. Ask some simple questions

  • What do we learn about God?
  • What do we learn about ourselves?
  • What do I need to do now I know that about God?

Main Aim: God gives his people another chance to have a special friendship with him. As proof of this, he gives them a new set of stone tablets.

B. Pray with your children about what you have discussed

  1. Draw an outline of a stone tablet on a sheet of A4 paper (and prepare a second copy).  Ask the children to draw or write on the first sheet the things they do and think and say, our sin, which separates us from him.
  2. Each family member can say sorry prayers to God.
  3. Rip up the first stone tablet, and bring out the blank one. 
  4. Thank God together that he gives us second chances.  Because of Jesus our slate is wiped clean and we can be friends with God. 
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Below are some suggested activities and order of play to do with your children as you do Sunday Church together. Each week there will be activity sheets and also some things to watch or listen to.

You can print the below running order off here:

1. Follow the main service for songs, a Children’s talk and a song with actions.

  • (Watch the video if your children missed the children’s talk online) Click Here

2. During the sermon the children can follow any of the activities below whilst the sermon is on:

Links to PDFs for Splashers and the above worksheets and craft
Splashers | Dippers (Rec-Yr2) | Divers (Yr3-6) |Craft | Challenge | Youth Discussion

3. Children can join for the songs at the end of the service

At the end of the service here are some ideas for you to follow as a family:

A. Ask some simple questions

  • What do we learn about God?
  • What do we learn about ourselves?
  • What do I need to do now I know that about God?

Main Aim: Jesus enables his people to live in covenant relationship with God.

B. Pray with your children about what you have discussed

Try the teaspoon (“tsp”) prayer:

Thank you: What could you thank God for?

Sorry: What do you need to say sorry about? 

Please: What would you like to ask God for?

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