Behind the Organ

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SundayClubTHIS is our web site room. We put the things we made here, so we can look at them again later.

Harvest Festival 2017
Were you there when Erwin suddenly appeared in a Paul Hollywood mask after he told us the Parable of the Three Talents?
Here’s a little bitsy video of it.

3 September

9 July
Thinking about why we should help each other, and how we can do it.

2 July
Our All Together Sunday today was pretty good!

17 April
Today we begin a new page because it is EASTER which is all about new beginnings. If you took part in the Easter workshop on Saturday you may have helped with the Easter Garden making and remember the cave, with the big stone rolled in front of the opening? That was the place where Jesus was buried after he had died on the cross.

But then you also heard Mary Magdalene’s story of how,  two days later, Jesus was no longer in the grave, and that SHE was the one who had seen him alive again!
Here are some of the pictures of the workshop, to help you remember the whole story.

The donkey owner’s wife tells the story of Palm Sunday

Andrew the disciple tells about the Last Supper and the foot washing

Andrew the disciple and the Roman Centurion

The Centurion tells about the trial and crucifixion of Jesus

Joseph of Arimathea tells about the burial of Jesus

Mary Magdalene tells that Jesus has risen from the dead

And here are some more pictures of all the activities we did, and of the tea party afterwards.

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It’s Back-to-School month!
I hope you had a lovely holiday. You can leave a comment on this page to tell others about it if you like!
And now it’s full steam ahead in your new class at school. New teachers, new subjects, new challenges.
It can be a bit frightening for some children, but if you’re okay and some in your class are not, you can help them to feel good about the new start. We all have to make new starts many times in our life and some people find it more difficult than others. And you‘ve got a special friend to make it a bit easier: Jesus will always be near you, and you can say a quick prayer to him when things feel difficult, to share your worries. That will help you to feel calm and you can share that feeling of calm with other children who may be upset.

We’re all loved: by our parents, our teachers; our friends. And by God. When you meet someone who feels anxious you could tell them about all the love from everyone, to make them feel easier!
All the people at St Mary’s church will think of you, and pray for you and your class mates and teachers, as you begin your new year at school.

 

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