Sunday 31 May  |  John 7:37-39  |  Pentecost Sunday

Each week, we will update this page with resources that you can use with your children and young people at home. The Sunday Club plan will follow the same teaching scheme as our
Sermon Series.

Bible Reading - (New International Version)

37 On the last and greatest day of the festival, Jesus stood and said in a loud voice, ‘Let anyone who is thirsty come to me and drink. 38 Whoever believes in me, as Scripture has said, rivers of living water will flow from within them.’ 39 By this he meant the Spirit, whom those who believed in him were later to receive. Up to that time the Spirit had not been given, since Jesus had not yet been glorified.


An Activity for everyone

All Age Worship - This morning is an All Age Service. Enjoy watching the Service together, and then think about the questions below. 


Questions to talk through together

Under 4's  4-11's      Teens      

Today is a recap of all the things we have learnt
in the last few weeks, about all the good things
that God gives us. 

Use the craft sheet to help you remember all
that God gives to us.

In our service this morning we are learning about
somehing else that God gives to us... 
Overflowing life! Because He give His Holy Spirit
to everyone who believes in Him.

1) Share some of the things that you
put on your "life list".

2) What did you learn about the Holy Spirit
from Rick's talk?

3) Why is the Holy Spirit "what we
really need?

4) Who is the Holy Spirit for? (v38)

1) Discuss the different things that you and your
family put on their "life lists".

2) What do you think it means for the Holy Spirit
to be living water?

3) Who is the Holy Spirit for? and when do they
receive it? (v38 & 39end)

4) How does having God's Holy Spirit, 
the living water, change or impact us?


A Prayer to say

This week, pray to the Holy Spirit. You might want to use the prayer below.
Holy Spirit, 
Thank you that you live in my  heart when I trust in Jesus.
Thank you that you are what I really need. 
Please help me to follow Jesus every day. 
Amen


Craft Activity 

Pentecost Headbands

If you have not already made a Pentecost Headband, then why not make one today! 
See the video below for instructions on how to make the the headband. 

You will need

  • A4 White Card
  • A4 Paper x3 (1xRed, 1xOrange, 1xYellow)
  • Pens or colouring pencils
  • Pencil
  • Scissors
  • PVA Glue or Sellotape