w/c 8 June 2020
The Trinity is one of the richest concepts to help us grow in relationship with God, but it is also one of the most difficult to understand. In this assembly, we follow the lead of St Patrick who used the shamrock (a three-leafed clover) to help people understand the Trinity and grow in a loving relationship with God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit.
“God loved the world so much that He sent His only Son.” John 3: 16-18
Key Point / Learning Objective:
Children will understand that:
- God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit are inseparably three-in-one.
- The Trinity is a community of love which loves one another and us very much.
- We are made in God’s image, created to love Him and love others.
- Engage with the film and consider questions.
- Engage with a time of reflective prayer.
- PowerPoint Presentation.
- Appendix 1 – A Prayer to the Trinity.
- Appendix 2 – Gospel Reading (for reference only).
- Familiarise yourself with the teaching on Slides 9-12, which involves clicking to reveal key points on screen.
- Traditional: “Father, In My Life I See” (Frank Anderson)
- Contemporary: “This, I Believe” (Hillsong)
Rachel Kennedy and Edith Kirkwood
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