A really fun and creative activity to start talking about the Ascension of the Lord with your children.
Helen, from the parish of St. Marie’s and St. Bernadette’s talks us through how to create a quiet space for reflection and prayer among the messiness of family life!
See what you can use at home to create your very own sheep – as head wear or as a decoration. If you feel like baking why not try these Sheep Cup cakes? https://recipes.sainsburys.co.uk/recipes/baking/cupcake-sheep
Creating your own prayer to walk with Jesus for the 3rd Sunday of Easter. ‘Did not our hearts burn within us as he talked to us on the road and explained the scriptures to us?’ Luke 24, Road to Emmaus
A Thorough DIY Easter garden for inside or outside.
Make your own paschal candle – find out what the images mean and have it ready for the Easter vigil celebrations on Saturday evening!
Learn about Holy Week by creating your own Lego models!
We thought this might be a nice simple activity to do with your children today on Palm Sunday. Why not make a paper cross and decorate it? All you need is a piece of A4 size paper and some scissors. Watch this short video for step by step instructions.
Here’s one of our Pastoral Associates who’s been busy with her children, creating palms for Palm Sunday. It’s a great activity to get your children involved with and it’s fairly simple. Here’s Joanne Wallace to explain more in detail..