Choose one of our children's church bulletins about Good Friday because each is rooted in Scripture. Each teaches basic Scripture knowledge, not doctrine. You can trust Children's Worship Bulletins for biblical content.
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But the flexibility of Children's Worship Bulletins doesn't end there, your educational staff can use our bulletins to create imaginative and fun classroom activities that will engage even the youngest child. In this short article, we'll show you how to use our children's church bulletins about Good Friday to create activities for ages 3-12.
Children's church bulletins about Good Friday for ages 3-6: Four Panel Bulletin Packet
- Jesus and His disciples went into an olive grove to pray …
- Peter drew his sword
- What did Jesus say to Peter?
- Jesus was arrested and taken away
- Print a bulletin packet for each child
- Gather enough pencils for everyone
- Give everyone a bulletin packet and pencil.
- Explain the activity, "Today, we're going to learn about Jesus' arrest. First, we'll work to solve the puzzles in your bulletin. Then, once you've finished solving the puzzles, we'll retell the story about Jesus' arrest in our own words, by using the puzzles to help us remember the important details. Listen very carefully while I read the Scripture."
- Read aloud John 18:1-27 while the children listen.
- Continue, "Now, let's look at the first panel 'Jesus and His disciples went into an olive grove to pray ...' Think back to our Scripture reading. Who can tell me what happened first in the story?" (Accept answers summarizing John 18:1-8.)
- Continue, "Good. Now, let's look at the second panel 'Peter drew his sword.' Think back to our Scripture reading. Who can tell me what happened next?" (Accept answers summarizing John 18:10-11.)
- Continue asking the children about each panel in the bulletin, prompting them when necessary to remember important details from the Scripture.