Footsteps to the Feast
Twelve Creative Programmes for Children and All-age Groups Linked to Christian Festivals and Special Times of the Year
by Martin Payne;Sue Doggett
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This title presents programmes for 12 key Christian festivals or special days of year.It is ideal for church-based children's work leaders looking for two-hour or half-day special events for weekends, school holidays or after-school clubs.
It includes full instructions for the timing, theme development and activities for each of the sessions and templates to photocopy.It includes background information, warm-up activities, Bible basis, a festival chant, games, ideas for storytelling, drama, music, crafts and prayer.It is suitable for clergy and children's work leaders, as well as children's advisers, and those involved in running children's groups in the local church or after school.
The 12 programmes in "Footsteps to the Feast" are spread evenly throughout the year and cover: advent, epiphany, candlemas, lent, holy week and easter, pentecost, trinity, st Barnabas' day, harvest, hallowe'en and all saints, st Michael and all angels, and Bible sunday.Whilst all the component parts of the programme - the activities, games and other fun elements - are important, the primary aim of the material is to share God's word with children from within and outside the church and to provide an opportunity to come close to God in worship.
Footsteps to the Feast by Martin Payne;Sue Doggett was published by Barnabas in November 2007 and is our 13622nd best seller. The ISBN for Footsteps to the Feast is 9781841014647.
|Page last updated||25th June 2012|
|Author / Artist||Martin Payne;Sue Doggett|
|Publisher||Barnabas (November 2007)|
|Number of Pages||240|