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Coleshill C of E Primary School

Inspiring our children to flourish and enjoy 'Life in all its fullness' (John 10:10)

Worship activities

 

Ascension day, Thursday 21st May

video message from Rev. Nick Parker

"Goodbye at last" a bible story about Ascension.

Click here for a simple cartoon explaining the ascension of Jesus for KS1. Click here for a presentation about ascension for KS2 children.

Church of England, Birmingham Diocese

Within their Faith at Home page the following useful links can be found:

https://parentingforfaith.org/

https://kitchentable.org.uk/

https://godventure.co.uk/

Songs

Please see below links to some of our favourite songs. Your child may be able to show you the actions to go with the song!

'The Ascension'


‘Peace like a river’

Bible stories

When we have worship in class, the teacher and children will share a Bible story from their illustrated class Bible. You might like to share these stories with your child at home.

 

The story of the Good Samaritan can be found on the DLTK Bible website and here is a video of the story from The Beginners Bible.

Diocese of St Albans

The school team is publishing weekly worship at home activities for families.

Perseverance

Love

Joy

Hope

Community

Prayer activities

You may like to use the following prayer activities as a starting point for reflection and spending some quiet, thoughtful time with your children. 

Gratitude

Please

Prayers

Online worship

If you would like to watch or stream services from Coleshill Parish Church (10.30am on Sundays and at 12 noon on Wednesdays), you can visit their Facebook account: @coleshillparish

 

Click here to visit the Coleshill Parish Church website.

 

Assemblies

You can still watch the inaugural assembly on the Oak National Academy, featuring a message of hope from the Archbishop of Canterbury.

There will be a new assembly each week at www.thenational.academy/assembly 

Collective worship

You can join in with Faith at Home - the Oak National Academy's weekly collective worship sessions, led by Church of England’s schools and in partnership with those of other faith traditions. Suitable for those of all faiths and none.