NextGen Sunday School Activities • The Life of Moses

In this time of ongoing quarantine, it was a real gift to us, your pastors, to (socially-distanced) see each your families when we dropped off these NextGen Sunday School activity packs!

Over the next several weeks, for our NextGen messages during our Sunday Zoom worship services, we will be sharing about the life of Moses. These crafts and activities will be ways for your kids to engage these stories hands-on, for you as parents to share Scripture at home, and for our whole Sunday School to be “together” even as we meet separately in our homes.

Here’s this week’s video featuring the story of Moses and the burning bush:

A few ideas and important notes:

  • There are eight different crafts and activities. You can feel free to do them in whatever order you’d like! We know it can be hard to coordinate (and sometimes the kids are just really excited, so don’t feel like you have to hold them back!) 🎨
  • On a given Sunday, if your child has already done the craft, they can bring it out and show us! If they haven’t done it yet, they can make it during the worship service or during the week. No pressure and no worries — this is meant to be engaging and fun ❤️
  • Parents, we strongly encourage you to read the Bible story with your kids that goes along with each craft! We want to empower you as the primary spiritual caregiver of your children. 📖
  • And tell your kiddos that PJ eemo and Uncle Dan say to only blow those very-loud horns when you say it’s okay!! 🎺

Each of you received this welcome letter with the activity packets.

If you’d like to view or download it in digital format, click on the image to the left, or click here.

Published by daniel so

Daniel is a husband, father, and pastor who is always learning more about what it means to love & follow Jesus in the everyday and in-between, and seeking to help others do the same.

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