Whole School Worship
Open The book Worship 26th February 2021
The team from Open The Book bring us another story from the Bible. This is the story of the king who would not listen to God's word, which the prophet Jeremiah brought to him written on a scroll.
If the king had listened he would have heard both the warnings from God and God's message at the end of the scroll. You can still read what God said to the king who would not listen in the book of Jeremiah in the Old Testament.
Worship - 22nd February
In our worship today boys and girls, we will be thinking about Lent which you may already know, started on the Wednesday during your half term break. You may remember that the start of Lent is called Ash Wednesday and that Lent is a period of 40 days and 40 nights that leads us up to Easter Sunday.
During Lent, many Christians make an effort to spend more time with God by praying and talking to him. Christians may decide to give up certain foods like sweets and crisps – all those tasty things that people enjoy! Christians also try to do more good deeds and give to charity. This is called almsgiving.
Our live Worship will being today at 2:30pm.
Worship - 8th February
Our worship today comes to us from our DSAT CEO, Mr Mark Lacey. Click on the link below.
He encourages us to do at least one thing each day to make us happy and to think happy thoughts before bedtime so that we can rest well and get a good nights sleep.
If anyone in your family is feeling sad this week, what can you do to lift them up and make them feel happier?
The generosity of God shown through the Feeding of the 5000
As we share God’s love with others, we don’t end up with less, we end up with more love than we started. Carolyn tells us the New Testament story of how Jesus feeds the 5000 through the 5 loaves and 2 fish of a small boy.
Can you think of a time when you ended up with more than you started through giving something away?
Do you always end up with less when you share?
The Parable of the Talents / Double your money
A parable is a type of story that Jesus told so that people would learn something from it.
In our ‘Open the Book’ Bible story today, Jesus tells us about making the most of what we have been given.
I wonder what gifts God has given to you? Listen and watch as others compliment you this week or notice something good about what you are doing.
Can you compliment others if you notice something special about them? Have you noticed anyone being ‘a torch, birthday candles or a night light’ this week?
Worship 26th January from Open The Book
Here is your Open the Book story this week called, 'The Big Party'. This Bible story teaches us how to include everyone and to think about people who are sometimes forgotten. and left out.
Have a good week.
The Open The Book team