During the week the Children’s Adviser, Debbie Hill also hosted a training evening for those wishing to find out more about using the resource in their local churches. Jude Barber, children’s pastor at Christchurch Purley, wrote and developed the resource several years ago and she came and spoke with great passion and enthusiasm about her desire to communicate the facts of the Easter story in a relevant way to primary aged children. Fourteen churches bought the resource (£10 for a memory stick with filmed content and templates) and are enthusiastic about introducing it next year, with several others already asking for the resource. Good news travels fast!
If you are looking for a new way to communicate the Easter message to local primary schools, this is a brilliant way of doing it! Children can develop their own thinking and draw their own conclusions, whilst having a lot of fun in the process.