Thursday, 15 January 2015

'In the beginning' Wednesday club #7

We are going to start a new series this week.

Starting at the beginning of the bible we will consider some of the key historic events.

To start we will create a time line of the various stories. Using a long piece of ribbon and clothes pegs we will produce a picture each week which can be placed on the time line. This should help the children remember the historical sequence of events.

'In the beginning'

Show on U tube ‘Frozen, Elsa creates her palace’.
Discuss how Elsa creates her ice palace. Introduce how God had the power to create this world. God spoke and the world came into being.

·The Bible (God’s Word) tells us that God spoke and things

came into being

·God said “Let there be light” and there was light.

As we learn what God created we will make a picture for our time line using coloured pieces of paper and pictures which I cut out of magazines. We will begin with a large black sheet of paper to show the darkness which was before creation and gradually add colour for light, water, space, land, birds, fish, animals and humans.

·First God created light and divided the light from the darkness

·Next God divided the waters above from the waters below and

made the heavens and the earth

·Then God separated the water from the dry land

·Then God made the sun, the moon, and the stars

·Then God made the birds of the air and the fish of the seas

·Then God made all the animals that walk on the earth

·And last of all, God made man, in His own image

·When he had finished God called all that He had created ‘good’.


Let’s pray and thank God for making everything!

Dear God,

Thank you for making everything!

Thank you that you made us!

Thank you that you love us!

Help us to love you back!


Memory Verse:

‘God saw everything that he had made and it was very good.’ Genesis 1v31

We are going to add colour to our pots which we made last week.

 A large part of today's club was taken from: Just Us Little Guys- Sunday School Center - ©2012, Sharon Kay Chatwell

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