w/c 16 September 2019
Through a performed drama about a Doctor Who fan who loses his prized birthday present, children will learn that Jesus cares for us much more than we could care about even a sonic screwdriver! Children will explore themes of loss and rejoicing through this and Sunday’s parables of the Lost Sheep and Lost Coin.
“I tell you, there is rejoicing among the angels of God over one repentant sinner.” Luke 15: 1-10
NB. This is the shortened Gospel reading, which omits the parable of the Lost Son.
Key Point / Learning Objective:
- Discuss themes of loss and learn that they can be lost and found too.
- Know that they are very precious to Jesus.
- Have an opportunity to say sorry and ask Jesus to find them.
-Engage with the stories, teaching and the time of reflection, answering questions where appropriate.
- PowerPoint Presentation
- Appendix 1 – I Can’t Find My Screwdriver!
- Appendix 2 – Gospel Reading.
- Prepare 3 children to perform Appendix 1 – I Can’t Find My Screwdriver!
- Prepare a child to read Appendix 2 – Gospel Reading.
- Traditional: Sing of the Lord’s Goodness by Ernest Sands
- Contemporary: Love Came Down by Ben Cantelon
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