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Good Friday, Easter Sunday, How to get the, most from the All. Age Service Annual, God is Creator, Remembrance Sunday. 4 Pentecost, Nativity Service, 10 Father s Day, Christmas Day. 16 God is Just, 22 Olympic Games, God is Love, 28 Harvest. Mothering Sunday Halloween, Copyright Scripture Union 2007 Scripture quotations taken from Scripture Union is an.
ISBN 978 1 84427 316 4 THE HOLY BIBLE TODAY S NEW international Christian charity. Scripture Union 207 209 INTERNATIONAL VERSION working with churches in more. Queensway Bletchley MK2 2EB Copyright 2004 by International than 130 countries providing. England Bible Society Used by permission of resources to bring the good news. Email info scriptureunion org uk Hodder Stoughton Publishers a about Jesus to children young people. Website www scriptureunion org uk division of Hodder Headline and families and encourage them to. develop spiritually through the, Bible and prayer, Welcome to the first volume of the All Age Service Annual Scripture. Union s brand new resource for those who plan and lead all age services. In this practical and sturdy volume you ll find 15 creative service outlines to take the stress out of. your all age worship planning The services cover all the major Christian festivals as well as other. occasions that you ll want to mark together as a church family Every service is Bible based and. requires that a portion of both the Old and New Testament be read to your all age congregation. Here at Scripture Union we reject any idea that substance must be sacrificed in order to make. worship appealing to all ages, If your children s and young people s groups use resources from. Scripture Union s Light range look out for the Light Link paragraph. in each service outline this tells you how you might establish a. link between the theme of the service and the themes current in. the Light syllabus, We recognise of course that on those other Sundays in the month. when all ages don t stay together for the whole of the service. they nevertheless are together either at the beginning or. the end of the service To help resource these times. we re providing All Age Service Starters These can be. downloaded free of charge to users of the All Age, Service Annual from our website at www scriptureunion. org uk light Also there you ll also find an all age service for. Bible Sunday that invites your congregation to get. involved in Scripture Union s Into the Bible project a. major new initiative to resource and support the teaching of the. Bible in schools, The All Age Service Annual has been developed in direct response to research carried out by.
Scripture Union into the practices and needs of churches with regard to all age worship We hope. that as you read and then use these outlines with your congregation you will feel that they meet. your needs and enable your church family to encounter the living God in your worship together. Do let us know what you think, Nigel Hopper Editor. The All Age Service Annual team would like to express our thanks to those who devised and wrote. the service outlines in this volume Alex Taylor Tricia Williams Jacqueline Bull Helen Gale Ro. Willoughby Ruth Wills Piers Lane Rachel Taylor Robert Willoughby Alan Charter John Marshall. John Grayston and Darren Hill, How to get the most from the All Age Service Annual. First even though it should go without saying do allow sufficient time to prepare for your. service Leading worship is a both a great privilege and a great responsibility It therefore deserves. rather more in the way of preparation than a couple of hours hastily snatched the night before. the service We have produced the All Age Service Annual to assist you in attending to your. responsibilities with regard to all age worship not to relieve you of those responsibilities. Do set aside time to pray about your service before diving into the practicalities of planning As. you start to plan make a point of first reading the Background and if relevant in your case Light. Link components These will help you set your service in context Then read through the entire. outline to get an overview of the service and a feel for how its components relate to each other. Every service outline in the All Age Service Annual is made up of the following components. Background Praise of God, Light Link Prayer to God. Introduction Receiving God s blessing, Confession to God Responding to God. Listening to God the reading of the Bible Thanksgiving to God. Listening to God the teaching of the Bible, With the exception of the first three these components will be arranged in a different order.
for different services though note that Receiving God s blessing will normally appear as the last. item You however should feel free to rearrange the order of the components according to your. knowledge of what will work best with your congregation Similarly you are free to amend or. leave out altogether any components that you think will hinder rather than help your congregation. in their all age worship We would strongly recommend however that you always include the. public reading of the Bible in your all age services. Make sure you adapt the language in the All Age Service Annual to suit the needs of your particular. congregation You know your congregation better than we do so it is up to you to make the ideas. contained here work for them This is another reason for allowing sufficient time to plan and. prepare your all age service Consider any safety issues particuarly where very young children are. cocerned Make a special note of any components that require advance preparation This will save. you the stress of suddenly discovering that crucial preparation has been overlooked. In some cases we have provided items on the All Age Service Annual webpages to be found. at www scriptureunion org uk light to help you either to be used as they are or to give an. example to be copied or adapted to taste These items are indicated in the text as they are. mentioned and if used will need to be identified and downloaded in advance of your service. If you are going to follow a recommendation to use a DVD clip you will need to check its. certification and obtain permission from the parents of young children for them to see the clip. if necessary You should also ensure that your church holds the relevant license to show film clips. details of the Church Video Licence are available at www ccli co uk. You may find some of these services contain suggestions on obtaining images via the Internet for. use in PowerPoint presentations or for other purposes In almost all cases images should be used. for non commercial purposes only You have a responsibility to check for yourself the conditions. involved and the copyright status and owner of any image you should find. Finally do remember to be open to the work of the Holy Spirit even as your service is in progress. Don t let these outlines and your planning around them prevent you from saying doing or. including something that you genuinely believe is from God After all it is he who is the focus of. our all age worship, NOVEMBER MICAH 4 1 5 MATTHEW 5 3 10 REVELATION 21 1 4. Many Christians struggle with the idea of Remembrance Sunday Why many ask. should we celebrate a day that glorifies such a destructive force as war It is however. very difficult to categorise wars saying this one is just and that one is not Often. we just don t know all the details background and circumstances However looking. beyond the reasons for war and the political arguments out of which wars may arise. we need to recognise the ordinary people who fight are wounded and die in war. These people give their lives for their countries often in the hope that by doing so. they will preserve their own way of life From the battles of the Israelites as they. sought to secure the land God had promised them to the most recent conflicts. around the world soldiers have shown bravery grace and compassion in the midst of. some of the most horrific events anyone could ever witness It is these people who. are remembered on Remembrance Sunday The bravery and sacrifice of these people is. what we give thanks to God for, Examining God s Word in the Bible we see that it is because we live in a fallen world. that wars and conflicts occur blighting God s creation The prophecy of Micah looks. forward to a time when all fighting will cease because God will live with his people. There will be no need for weapons Jesus words in Matthew 5 give hope and reassur. ance to those who are suffering now God will reward those in heaven And Revelation. 21 1 4 reminds us that when God establishes his kingdom for eternity there will be no. fighting or war He will wipe away all tears from their eyes and there will be no more. death suffering crying or pain These things of the past are gone for ever. People of all ages will be familiar with stories of war through school television and. the Internet we are all bombarded with images sounds and stories of war Many in. the congregation especially older members will have friends and relatives who have. died in conflicts Often this day brings back painful memories of loved ones killed in. terrible circumstances Be sensitive to those people and make sure you have a ministry. team available for prayer, Users of Scripture Union s Light resources have recently been exploring the theme of God s. love for his people and his desire to rescue them in Luke 14 and 15 and are about to. encounter God s lordship and foreknowledge in the book of Jeremiah Both of these themes. are picked up in this service The prophecy of Micah like parts of Jeremiah promises deliverance. and peace for God s people after judgement and Jesus words in the Sermon on the Mount are. indicative of his lordship and foreknowledge The verses from Revelation 21 give a glimpse of the. future to which both the words of Micah and the words of Jesus were ultimately pointing. Before the service make poppies by cutting the congregation watches this clip ask them. out circles of red paper to make petals and to remove the paper petals from the stalk of. push two onto the end of a chenille their poppies and to then shape the stalk into. wire also known as pipe cleaners something they have seen from the film clip. Make enough for each member of, the congregation to have one do Explain how the event you ve been watching. not give these to young children happened in 1914 and went on for some. Show one of the poppies you have weeks It was only when the German troops. prepared and ask the congregation were relieved by other platoons that the. what the flower represents and fighting started again The authorities were. why we use it to remember incensed that soldiers had been fraternising. wars Explain that poppies grow with the enemy and were disgusted by this. naturally wherever soil has been outbreak of peace Talk briefly about how. disturbed The battles fought in this was a unique event in the war and that it. Belgium and France during the turned the whole idea of war on its head. First World War were so fierce, that the soil was churned up and Alternatively put together a PowerPoint.
the poppies bloomed as they presentation using pictures of the First World. had never done before When War eg poppies barbed wire and battlefields. the fighting stopped it wasn t long before You ll find some photos you can use on. the battlefields were covered with poppies the All Age Service Annual website www. Since the 1920s people have used the poppy scriptureunion org uk light www freefoto com. as a symbol to remember those who were is another good source of photos that can be. killed in the First World War then the Second used for non commercial purposes Show your. World War and then in any war Give out your PowerPoint presentation and tell the story of. poppies and ask the congregation to keep hold the Christmas 1914 unofficial ceasefire Ask. of them the congregation to turn their chenille wire. stalks removing the paper petals first into, Show a clip from the film Oh What a Lovely something they have seen on the presentation. War Paramount Pictures 1969 certificate Talk briefly about how this was a unique event. PG where the German and English troops in the war and that it turned the whole idea of. meet at Christmas time in no man s land As war on its head. Sing together some or all of these hymns, Abide with me. Lord for the years, O God our help in ages past, These have special relevance to Remembrance. Sunday and are also likely to be well known, enough that any non churched people. who have come especially for this service will, Before the service prepare either a large poppy thank God and pray for the peace to hold and.
flower from red paper or have a free standing for people to befriend each other again Adults. cross ready for use in this part of the service may need to help chioldren pray and talk. Place the poppy flower or cross at the front of through these issues to help them understand. Then play some quiet music and invite, Invite the congregation to hold in their hand everyone to come to the front and stick their. one of the paper poppy petals that they paper poppy petal to the large poppy flower. removed from the chenille wire stalk earlier or cross When your poppy or cross is covered. Ask them to think of someone in their family with small poppy petals and everyone has sat<. VOLUME ONE 2007 08 15 Bible based service outlines for those who plan or lead all age worship including Remembrance Sunday Christmas Day Mothering Sunday

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