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Children's stories for Sunday morning worship


Worship with kids should be wholehearted, adventurous and fun! The worship stories on this blog were designed to make preparation for Sunday morning simple, so you can put all of your energy into the actual adventure of leading kid's worship. Each lesson speaks to multiple ages, takes 15-20 minutes to prepare and uses props that can be found around your house.

Keep in mind, these stories are written the way the writer would tell them. Like all good stories, these were meant to evolve as they are told, so don't feel like you have to share exactly what is on the screen. We all have unique perspectives on life that can speak to children. Share yours!

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Our world is full of messages that group people into categories and create opposite sides of almost every topic. That makes it difficult to remember that we have a lot in common; perhaps more than we have differences.
There are lots of things that help us grow throughout our lifetimes, but to grow in the right way, we must stay connected to the true vine of Christ. No other type of vine will sustain us through the difficult times we face from time to time.
This lesson compares the acts of floating and flying to guide children in thinking about how they want to approach their own lives and where God could fit into the way they make decisions.
Lots of activities we did as children taught us lessons that we still use as grown-ups. Many of them were activities we enjoyed and didn’t even realize we were learning something at the same time.
Have you ever walked into a dark room and tried to get to the other side, without turning the lights on? It’s not easy, is it? You don’t always know what’s in front of you. You could walk into something and hurt yourself or step on a toy and break it.…
We often call the church “God’s House”. Since there are lots of different types of churches and different ways to worship, it can sometimes be hard to understand how all of the places where we meet are “God’s House”. This lesson explores what that phrase…
At some point in your life, things are going to go wrong. When that happens, where will you go? What will you do? How will you find the people who are important to you and make sure they are safe? Rather than worrying about these things, we can make a…
Our lives are filled with so many opportunities to do wonderful things, that sometimes we forget it is better to choose a few things wisely, than to do everything we are offered. While we are busy climbing and striving, it is important not to get…
We are all unique and have different likes and dislikes, but all of us like a good story. No matter what type of reading you like to do, the Bible has a story written in a style that suits you.
This lesson invites kids to look outside themselves and behave in a way that reaches out to others, rather than trying to have our own way. A lesson that adults sometimes need to hear, as well as children.
Each action we take has an intent behind it. Our intentions are just as important - often more im-portant - than the actual actions themselves. They are what make the difference between living our lives the way we were meant to and just appearing to live…
God gives us so many gifts. What could we possibly ever give Him in return? One awesome gift God gave us is life. Nothing else would matter without it. The way we live our lives should be a continuous gift that we give back to God.
The world is a messy place. At times, from our earthly perspective, it looks like there aren’t any solutions to all of the problems that happen to us and the people around us, but God has a much bigger perspective. If we could see with His eyes, we would…
The Bible is full of stories of God calling people to do things they don’t want to do or things they don’t think they can do, but they turn out to be really good at them and things work out for the best. What is God calling you to do that you aren’t sure…
My grade school principal had a very distinctive walk. She used to wear low heeled, sturdy pumps that made noise every time she walked down the hall. I can still hear it now, click, click, click, click, click, click-tee, click, clack. If you were doing…
Have any of you ever been zip-lining? Did you like it? A few months ago, I decided to go zip-lining, to face my fear of heights and conquer it…instead, I got a big surprise. Let me tell you about it.