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Collective Worship

This half term we will be focussing on  the Christian value of Peace and the big question:

 

Why did Jesus come?

 

Verses for the half term: 

John 3:16-17   

For God loved the world so much that he gave his only Son. God gave his Son so that whoever believes in him may not be lost but have eternal life.  God did not send his Son into the world to judge the world guilty, but to save the world through him.   

John 14:27

‘I leave you peace. My peace I give you. I do not give it to you as the world does. So don’t let your hearts be troubled. Don’t be afraid.’ 

 

Gathering call and response:

Call: Lord Jesus, teach us from your word

Response :Light of the world, shine on us.

 

Sending call and response:

Call: Go in peace to love and serve the Lord

Response: In the name of Christ, Amen

 

 

 

Collective Worship - Spring term 2024

 

Monday  - Collective Worship led by a member of Holy Trinity church -Mr Robbie (Our local Vicar from Holy Trinity church) or Ms Morrow (Assistant Pastor)

 

Tuesday - Collective Worship led by a member of the Senior Leadership Team 

 

Wednesday - Praise Assembly for Phase 2 / Class Worship and Picture News Phase 1 and EYFs

 

Thursday - Worship through song

 

Friday - Praise Assembly for phase 1 and EYFS/ Phase 2 Class Worship and Picture News

Here is a website where you can find some family worship to join in with at home:

Link to Holy Trinity Church Toddler group activities

If you have younger children at home, they might enjoy watching these videos from Holy Trinity Church:

 

Prayers

What is prayer? It just means talking to God. Christians believe that you can pray to God at any time, and anywhere. It says in the book of Thessalonians chapter 5v16-18:

"Always be happy.  Never stop praying.  Give thanks whatever happens. That is what God wants for you in Christ Jesus."

You can talk to God wherever you are, about whatever you are doing, you can thank him for things, and you can bring your worries to him. It doesn't matter what words you use, he will always be listening. You can also use a written prayer to talk to God. There are some examples of written prayers on this page you can use.

Lunch Time Prayers

Here are the prayers we use at lunchtime in school. You can use them at home too!

Home Time Prayers

Here are the prayers we use at home time in school. You can use them at home too!

The Lord's Prayer

This is a prayer that Jesus taught his disciples. You can find it in the Bible by looking in Luke chapter 11 v 1-4.

 

The Grace

This is a prayer that Christians often use in church. You can use it at home too!

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