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Bible Verse Bookmark Craft 🆕

Print, color, and cut out these Bible verse bookmarks (.pdf)! There is one page with verses for comfort, another with verses for celebration, and a third with verses kids can share with family members or friends.

From Cokesbury Kids: Church at Home 🆕

Join Cokesbury Kids each Sunday at 9:30am CDT (10:30am EDT) for Deep Blue Virtual Sunday School. Watch the live stream on Facebook at the Cokesbury Kids page! During this time, churches are making tough decisions about how to remain close as a faith community when they can’t gather together for worship, Sunday school, and small groups. Cokesbury Kids is also offering free digital resources for parents, kids, and congregations.

Sparkhouse Online Sunday School

Sparkhouse has created and provided Family Sunday School, a free 8-week lesson series for families. Leave the lesson presentation to your friends at Sparkhouse. Each week, Sunday school curriculum developer (and former summer camp Arts and Crafts director) Dr. Dawn Rundman and her family will host Family Sunday School. Each episode presents a lesson based on Lectionary readings that families can watch together. The Bible story, illustrations, and other content are based on Spark: Activate Faith Lectionary Sunday school lessons.

Water of Baptism (Activity Pack)

Available until July 15, 2020

This summer, families are invited to explore our Baptismal Covenant through Water of Baptism, Water of Life by Anne Kitch and eight water stories from the Bible using Emily Given’s Building Faith Brick by Brick. The methods in these books might be playful, but the meaning in them is profound. The Baptismal Covenant is at the heart of our faith; it is the statement of what we mean when we say we follow Jesus.

Parenting in Support of Black Lives

Through 400 years of systemic oppression and racism, our nation has failed to protect and value Black children and families. How do we support a future where all children are valued? And when we’re parenting amid crisis and trauma, how can we find support for ourselves and our kids? Common Sense brings you a webinar that will center on these important questions and provide practical, how-to advice for talking about race and inspiring kids to fight for racial equity. The event will feature Dr. Ibram X. Kendi, leading scholar on race in America, in conversation with child psychologist Dr. Allison Briscoe-Smith, moderated by Julie Lythcott-Haims, New York Times bestselling author and activist.

Ask the Bishop 🆕

Ask the Bishop,” a new video series for children from the Diocese of North Carolina, is a hit! The questions submitted by children have been wonderful, and the diocese has asked for more! Intended for audiences 12 and under (though enjoyed by folks of every age!), “Ask the Bishop” is all about answering the questions on the minds of children, whether it’s about God, the Bible, the wider world or anything else. Look for “Ask the Bishop” on Saturdays at 10 a.m. on the diocesan Facebook page or the diocesan Vimeo channel.

Bible Stories With Summer Bible Reading Bingo

Another fun resource to incorporate Bible stories with Summer Bible Reading Bingo. Challenge kids to read new stories or find old favorites that fit the themes of the bingo squares.

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The Pilgrim’s Progress

Christianbook and RevelationMedia are offering the award winning animation, The Pilgrim’s Progress, for free viewing. You may also sign up for a complimentary copy of the parent’s guide.

Resources at St. Paul’s

St. Paul’s YouTube Channel

Subscribe or follow our YouTube channel for videos, including our playlist of chapel services.

The Creation Story (Chapel Service)

Father Javier leads a virtual chapel service for kids, featuring the very first story in the Bible: the story of how God created everything.

David & Goliath (Chapel Service)

Father Javier invites you to join together for a virtual chapel service, featuring the story of the young shepherd David, and the giant Goliath.

Easter (Chapel Service)

Father George invites you to join together for a virtual chapel service, featuring the story of Easter.