Sunday School Activities to Download and Print

If you do not have the ability to print, please email secretary@trinitylombard.org and request desired Sunday School activities via mail. Please include your mailing address.

Sunday School Coloring Pages A 

Sunday School Coloring Pages B

He is Risen - coloring page & bookmark

Alleluia - coloring page

Prayer - coloring page

Craft, Snack & Experiment or Game

Happy Times: April & May 2020 Stories and Activities

Sunday School Projects

PRAYER PROJECT

Download, print, cut, and assemble this colorful prayer chain: 

Printable Prayer Chain

MOTHER'S DAY & FATHER'S DAY CARDS

Download, print, color and share these Bible-based cards for Mom & Dad:

Mother's Day 1

Mother's Day 2

Mother's Day 3

Father's Day 1

Father's Day 2

Father's Day 3

CHEER CARDS & LETTERS

Trinity has members and friends who are continually homebound (and many who are unable to have visitors under current conditions).

  • Write letters of encouragement or make and decorate cards.

  • Use any kind of paper, markers, crayons, stickers – whatever you have on hand - OR DOWNLOAD THESE SCRIPTURE CARDS AND NOTECARDS FROM CHURCH ART​.

  • Use phrases such as “God Bless You,” “Jesus Loves You,” “We are praying for you,” “We are thinking about you,” and add positive Bible verses (you can look some up at www.Biblegateway.com).

  • Email Secretary@TrinityLombard.org and request a list of addresses to mail cards (please state how many cards you have made) or request arrangement for a pick up of the finished cards.

RESURRECTION GARDEN (to keep or share)

For each Resurrection Garden you will need:

  • Sharpie marker or paint pen to write on rock

  • A smooth light-colored rock small enough to nestle on plate

  • A small plate, bowl, or box - any kind (4” to 7” inches in diameter works best)

  • Glue (craft glue or adult-supervised hot glue works best)

  • A handful or Spanish moss, paper shreds or Easter basket grass

  • A few cloth or paper flowers

  • Two wooden craft or popsicle sticks, twigs, chop sticks, wooden skewers, or straws

  • String, twine, ribbon, or twist tie (i.e. from a bag of produce)

  • Small index card or paper square

  • Pen or marker to write on card

Instructions:

  1. With Sharpie marker or paint pen, write the words “Jesus Lives” or “He Lives” on one side of rock.

  2. Glue rock securely in bowl or plate, with the words on top and visible.

  3. Surround rock with Spanish moss, paper shreds, or Easter basket grass and glue in place.

  4. Decorate with cloth or paper flowers, nestling and gluing into “grass.

  5. Use string or twist tie to make a cross of two sticks or straws and secure next to rock, gluing in place.

  6. Use pen or marker to write on index card or paper square: [Jesus said,] “I am the resurrection and the life.” John 11:25

  7. Nestle and glue card or paper into garden.

READ THE EASTER STORY
Find it in the Gospels - Matthew 27 & 28, Mark 15 & 16, Luke 23 & 24, and John 19 & 20. Use an age-appropriate children’s Bible such as the Faith Alive Bible from Concordia Publishing House (it’s the version we give children 3rd grade and up at Trinity). Don’t have a Bible handy? Find the Scriptures at www.Biblegateway.com.

Storytime

Enjoy a collection of Concordia Publishing House's beloved Arch Books with the Arch Books Treasury: Life of Jesus. Here's a sample story, Donkey Daniel in Bethlehem, to read. You can order the book featuring a collection of twelve Arch Book stories here: https://www.cph.org/p-33006-arch-books-treasury-life-of-jesus.aspx

Download this sampler of Concordia Publishing House's New Testament Storybook for Kids - it includes four beautifully illustrated one-page Bible stories from the book.

If you want to, you can order your own copy of the entire book here: https://www.cph.org/p-34260-new-testament-storybook-for-kids.aspx

Enjoy video stories during Children's Book Storytime: 

Matthew Bergholt from the LCMS Office of National Mission, School Ministry Office in Saint Louis, reads the Arch Book, The Easter Stranger by Nicole Dreyer. You can order your own copy of this story of Jesus on the road to Emmaus from Luke 24:1-35 here: https://www.cph.org/p-3380-the-easter-stranger-arch-books.aspx

For National Day of Prayer, gather your family together and join Concordia Piublishing House children's author Gail Pawlitz as she reads Prayer: Learning How to Talk to God by Jeannette Goth. As she reads, Gail provides opportunities for viewers to pause, pray and reflect on their conversations with God. Want to order the book?  

https://www.cph.org/p-32492-prayer-learning-how-to-talk-to-god.aspx

Michelle Medlock Adams, Concordia Publishing House children's author, reads her Christian children's book, I Will Not Be Afraid. See how our all-powerful, loving God as faithful to us because of Jesus' sacrifice and forgiveness. Even though bad things happen in our sinful world, God will always guide and give comfort in His Word. Want to order the book?  

https://www.cph.org/p-32324-i-will-not-be-afraid.aspx

Service Projects

HEARTS OF MERCY & COMPASSION

Paint or deliver beautiful wooden hearts as part of Lutheran Church Charities' ongoing "Crosses for Losses" project.

CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS

THANK A TEACHER

Teachers have been working real hard to deliver education to students in new way under difficult circumstances. There are manys to say thanks - flowers, giftcards, or this handcolored "Thank You Teachers" page. (download, print, color and mail!)

We Got Mail!

Trinity’s Sunday School received some very nice thank you note from recipients of cheer notes made by Sunday School families. 

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