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Sunday School Activities About Faith

Teach children about faith with Children's Worship Bulletins

Inspire the children in your Sunday school class to think about complex concepts such as faith. Each bulletin is packed with word games, seek-and-finds and other puzzles designed to make learning about faith fun!

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Use Children's Worship Bulletins to create Sunday school activities about faith

It's easy to expand any of the puzzles and games from our bulletins to create Sunday school activities suitable for ages 3-12. In this short article, we've provided two examples of Sunday school activities about faith to share with your class. Try one this week!

Sunday school activity about faith for ages 3-6: By faith we know God made the universe

Activity Preparation:

  • Print a bulletin for each child
  • Gather adhesive tape, crayons and scissors
  • Gather colored yarn and large craft sticks
  • For each child, cut five strands of yarn in varying lengths, and tie them/tape them securely to a craft stick
  • Write "Hebrews 11:3 By faith we understand that the universe was formed at God's command" in permanent marker onto the front of each craft stick

Activity Directions:

  1. Give each child a bulletin, some crayons and a pair of scissors.
  2. Explain the activity, "Today, we're going to make a mobile to help us remember our faith in God. First, please color the earth, sun, moon, star and planet on the 'By faith we know God made the universe' bulletin page. Then, carefully cutout the five objects." (Help younger students cut out the objects, if necessary.)
  3. Read aloud Hebrews 11:1-3, 8-16 while the children are working.
  4. When the children have colored and cutout their universe pieces, give each child a prepared craft stick.
  5. Have a volunteer read aloud the verse on the craft stick.
  6. Help the children tape each of their pieces to one of the yarns attached to the craft stick, making a universe mobile.
  7. Explain to the children that they can hang up their universe mobiles to help them remember that it is by faith that we know God made the universe.
Sunday school activity about faith for ages 3-6

Sunday school activity about faith for ages 7-12: Faith is believing without seeing

Activity Preparation:

  1. Print a bulletin for each child
  2. Gather pencils
  3. Have a white board and dry erase marker or chalkboard and chalk

Activity Directions:

  1. Give each child a bulletin and a pencil. Instruct them to complete the "Faith is believing without seeing" puzzle.
  2. Read aloud Hebrews 11:1-3, 8-16 while the children are working.
  3. When the children have finished their puzzles, explain the activity, "Today, we're going to talk about what it means to have faith. Our Bible verse, Hebrews 11:1, tells us that 'Faith is being sure of what we hope for and certain of what we do not see.' How can you be certain of what you can't see? (See if someone has an answer.) Let me give you an example. I am certain that there is a meteorological phenomenon that we call wind. Can you see wind? No? So how can you be certain that there is wind? (Allow children to explain how they are certain that there is wind. Write reasons on the board.) The reasons that you've given, that you can feel wind, that you can see the trees bend in the wind or that you can see the ripples on a pond when wind blows across it (substitute the reasons your class provided) are evidence that wind exists — even though you can't see wind.
  4. Continue, "Now, consider your parents' love for you. Is it something you hope for? Are you certain of their love even though you can't see it? What evidence do you have of your parents' love for you?" (Accept reasonable answers, and write answers on the board.)
  5. Continue, "Now that we've had practice identifying evidence for some things that we can't see but know exist, let's identify evidence that God created the universe." (Accept any reasonable answer, and write it on the board. Suggest answers, if necessary, to get the children to think of other evidence.)
  6. Summarize today's activity, "'Faith is being sure of what we hope for and certain of what we do not see.' We have faith that the wind blows based on the evidence of what we see and feel when the wind blows. We have faith that our parents love us based on the evidence of our experiences. And we've listed all this evidence (pointing to the board) that God created the universe, even though we weren't there when He did so and didn't see Him do it. So, can we reasonably agree that 'By faith we understand that the universe was formed at God's command, so that what is seen was not made out of what was visible?' Yes, we can have faith in God, even though we can't see Him."
Sunday school activity about faith for ages 7-12

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