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Wedding at Cana (John 2) | Heroes

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Wedding @ Cana (John 2) | Talk

Wedding @ Cana (John 2) | Talk

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Today’s hero is Jesus, he shows us the gift of PROVISION.

Essential Teachers notes:
There is a lot of details in this story that may peak a child’s interest, the need to finish the house, the wedding clothes, the relationship between the different parties, the idea of a head servant being master of the feast, the expensive water jars and the fascinating idea that Jesus would provide choice wine even if it was before ‘his time’.

I’ve chosen to make this wedding that of Jesus’ brother James, it helps explain why Mary intervened and why Jesus was not only invited but all his crowd was also there. I’ve been careful not to have James and Mary refer to each other as mother and son to be sensitive to those traditions that may struggle with this though their relationship is obviously family of some sort.

Main Passage : John 2
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Christmas prompt cards

Advent is a great time to open those little doors and remove the chocolate or toy within, but as we do this why not add in one of these prompt cards? They number from the 1st to the 25th and follow the story of Christmas through characters and objects.

They also compliment into the advent candle wreath craft and the traditional 4 characters used to symbolize the candles on an advent ring.
Christmas prompt cards

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Good Samaritan (Luke 10) | Make 2


This Good Samaritan storytelling aid combines the fun of a lift the flap book with the ease of a simple craft even younger kids can make. The best way to use this craft is to make a version in advance so you can show the children how it works and how it tells the story. For our international friends there is a version with no text on it. Good Samaritan (Luke 10) | Make 2

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Good Samaritan (Luke 10) | Play


The good Samaritan had every reason to keep on walking, stopping may not have been praised by either the community he came from nor that which he was going to serve, it was a costly choice too. These games focus on the practical help he gave the man.


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A kind voice – This is a simple and classic game that goes by many names where you need to identify a voice. Seat one volunteer with their back facing the group, alternatively blindfold the individual. Another member of the group then says “am I your neighbor?” as they try and disguise their voice. Ideally the volunteer should respond “yes (insert name of group member), you are my neighbor”. Repeat with a different volunteer. Whose voice was easy/hard to identify? Who really was your neighbor?

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