Worship at Home

On this page you will find resources created by school and resources from recommended websites to support you in worship at home. These resources are linked to the Christian liturgical calendar. If you are at home, your teachers will provide you with links to our Collective Worship in school where we can.
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LENT AND EASTER 2022- Spring Term 2
For Lent this year we are providing our Lent Activity Grid for children at home and in school. There are activities to promote, thankfulness, promise, forgiveness and reflection from Ash Wednesday to Easter Day.  Our activity grid is available below.

We would like to ask all our families to think about these words which Jesus said and join in with our rock path challenge.

‘I am the way the truth and the life’ John 14 v6

During Lent, we will be focusing on the idea of “the way” and how we can follow a path in our lives and learn to be servant hearted, compassionate, bold, accepting, forgiving and a light in the darkness.

We would like to make our own path of special rocks at the front of school with a contribution from each family which will grow and grow as we near Easter. Rocks should reflect any of the words above either depicting a part of the Easter Story, a Bible story, fable or story of the children’s choice. You may just choose to use one of the words and decorate your rock beautifully.


The story of Zacchaeus shows forgiveness

Compassion of Simon of Cyrene  who helped Jesus carry his cross.

The fable of the Hare and the Tortoise.

The story of the Smartest Giant in Town

We are also running some fun competitions and activities for you to start thinking about.

The letter about these challenges can be found below.

Images taking us through the Easter Story
Click the link below to see some of the beautiful images we are using as part of our our Lent Activity Grid.
Spring Term 1 2022
This half term we are thinking about the value of Service.  Please join any worship where your teacher provides a link. If you can't join please take a look at some of these Bible stories. Can you see who is serving someone else in these stories? How can you serve others? What can we learn from these stories?
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Palm Sunday

LISTEN AND WATCH the story here

You can read the story in the Bible in Matthew 21:1-9

Can you make a donkey?

Why is the donkey important in this part of the story?

What did the people shout when Jesus arrived?


How would you have felt if you had been in the crowd on that day?

Maundy Thursday

LISTEN and WATCH the story here

You can read the story in the Bible in Luke 22:7-38

  •          Make a swiss roll simnel cake.

You have eleven  decorations on your little cake. Why?

  •          Make a  beautiful Easter garden 

Where does Jesus go after the meal?

What happens there?


How would the disciples have felt when Jesus said he would have to go away?

Have you ever had to say goodbye to someone special?

Good Friday

LISTEN and WATCH the story here

You can read the story in the Bible in Mark 15:21- 41

Why is the cross so important to Christians?

  •          Can you make a cross inside an egg?

Why do we think about a cross on Good Friday?

Why did Jesus let the leaders hurt him?

  •          Add your fingerprint to a cross to show you have thought about Jesus dying for us.


How would you have felt if you had been one of Jesus’ friends watching him on the cross?

When we talk about Jesus dying to forgive our sins, what do we mean by sins?

Easter Sunday     
LISTEN and WATCH the story here
You can read the story in the Bible in John 20:1

Why do you think you are special to Jesus?

  •          Can you make an edible biscuit tomb scene?

Why is there an egg? Why is the empty tomb important on Easter Sunday?

  •          Can you make a heart? A heart reminds us that Jesus died for us because he loves us.

Why do we celebrate Jesus rising from the dead?


How would you have felt if you had found the empty tomb?

Why is it so amazing that Jesus rose from the dead?


In Christ Alone

 Happy Day

I'm a Spring Chicken

Here I Am to Worship

We have a King who Rides a Donkey

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Valentine's Day Worship- week beginning 8th February 2021
This collective worship is on the theme of love and Valentine's Day and is led by Luke Andrews from the Life Church in Bebington. We hope you enjoy it.
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Week beginning 8th February 2021- Respecting older people
This week we are thinking about respecting older people. It seems fitting to think about this when last week, the nation was saddened to hear about the passing of Captain Sir Tom Moore, who became an example to us all last year.
Below you will find a video of a worship to help you think about how we should treat older people.
Some of the slides for this worship have come from PictureNews and also the story is from SPCK assemblies.
You will also find some information below about Captain Tom Moore as well as a link to the Prime Minister's tribute to Captain Sir Tom Moore.
The Prime Minister’s tribute to Captain Sir Tom Moore
Research link – Army profile of Captain Sir Tom Moore
1st February 2021
Back in November we held our Interfaith Week. Our Interfaith Welcome Banner is now hanging proudly in school. The video below shows you a small sample of the posters many of the children made. There is also a photo of our Interfaith Welcome Banner for those of you at home to see. In a week when we are thinking about respecting others it seemed a good time to remind everyone of our Interfaith week and the wonderful posters and banner we made to show our commitment to respecting other faiths or those of no faith.
Here is the link to the story mentioned in the video.
Week beginning 1st February 2021- Respecting others

Please watch the video from Chris for this week's worship.

We are considering how everyone has their own opinions and ideas and how we should respect that. This can be tricky and challenging.

When St Peter was writing a letter to his friends who were going through a difficult time he said “Show proper respect to everyone”. 

Week beginning 25th January 2021-The Golden Rule
This week we are learning about Respect and the Golden Rule Mosaic. There is a Powerpoint below for you to follow this worship at home. Please send us any photos of the reflection activities you complete. We would love to see them.
Week beginning 18th January 2021- Jesus gets angry at the temple.
This week we are thinking about respect for places of worship or places which are special to others.
There is a video from Vicar Al this week and we have added a few reflection activities you may want to try at home.
Week beginning 11th January- The Value of Respect
This worship is in Powerpoint form and is an introduction to the value of Respect. If you click on the sound icons on each slide you will hear a voice over for the worship. We hope you enjoy being able to share in a worship at home. 
Week beginning 4th January 2021
This week we are thinking about Epiphany. This is celebrated in the church on the 6th January. Vicar David has kindly created this video for our worship this week which you can view below. There are also some Epiphany activities for you to enjoy with your family.
Autumn Term 2-COMPASSION
Week beginning 7th December- As we continue to think about the message of Christmas and how we can be more compassionate, we are thinking about the story of the Lost Sheep this week. Many people may feel lost at Christmas. They may be lonely or sad. What can we do to help? How is Jesus like the shepherd in this story?
Here is the story of the Lost Sheep if you would like to watch it. 
Week beginning 30th November- This week we have been thinking about Advent and how we can prepare for Christmas by thinking about what Christmas means. We have thought about how we must show patience. Take a look at the Advent activities below and maybe have a go at using our Compassion and Kindness Advent Calendar.
Week beginning 23rd November- The story of Miriam and Moses
Week beginning 16th November-This week we are thinking about a special Bible verse from Colossians 3:12. "Clothe yourselves with compassion, kindness, humility, gentleness and patience." 
This means thinking about being compassionate everyday, just like you get dressed everyday and choose your clothes. God wants us to choose to be compassionate towards others. Here is a story about being compassionate. 
Week beginning 9th November- The Good Samaritan
Week beginning 2nd November- The Feeding of the 5000
Advent is a time of preparation for Christians looking forward to celebrating the birth of Jesus. Advent begins four weeks before Christmas. It is a time for excitement for many as we look forward to time with family, church services and maybe a visit from Father Christmas. This year we are thinking about preparing for Christmas in a slightly different way through thinking about how we can be compassionate and kind to those in need. Here you will find our Compassion and Kindness Advent Calendar with small acts the children can try during Advent. Don't forget our Reverse Advent Calendar as well which can be found in the 'Fruitful Lives' section of our website.
Finally, if you want to try some Advent activities you can complete our 'Advent at Home' sheet.
An Advent Calendar from the Church of England
The Church of England have also provided a great Advent Calendar helping us all to think about the joy we may feel each day but also considering those who need comfort. Feel free to use this at home.
During November we will be thinking about Remembrance Day.
Can you find out when Remembrance Day is?
Why do we wear poppies at this time?
If you want to make a poppy at home this website gives you some easy instructions to follow.
Or this website has lots of different ideas for poppy crafts.
Alternatively, you can make an outdoor poppy in your garden. Can you collect lots of red items for the petals and black items for the centre and arrange them to look like a poppy?
There is also a beautiful animation from CBeebies which sees the Great War from the eyes of the animals living in the battlefield.
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A way to pray with your poppy for Remembrance
(from the Church of England website

Anyone can be involved in prayers for remembering, whether in church or at home. All you need for this simple prayer is a poppy each.

Look at your poppy. Poppies are bright and cheerful flowers: give thanks to God for the lives of those who have died in war, remembering all the joy they brought to families and friends, and all the good things they did for their home and their country.

Then look at the red petals: red reminds us of danger and harm. Ask God to be close to those who are still facing danger each day, to give courage to the armed forces, and compassion to all who help others.

Place your whole hand over the poppy: poppies are also fragile and need to be handled gently. God cares for those who are hurting and those who are sad. Ask God to comfort all who are grieving the loss of someone they love.

Finally place a finger on the centre of the poppy: ask God to help you play your part in working for peace in the world.

Our Harvest at Home sheet gives you ideas for craft, challenges, prayer, song and reflections linked to Harvest.
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The Church of England are providing excellent resources for use at home.
Another recommended website
Home Worship Archive