CPC Children's Sunday School Resource Page

Resources will be posted here on this page along with our Sunday School Facebook page:

Resources for Sunday, April 5, 2020 Palm Sunday:

You Can make palms from this craft ideas and have your own Palm Procession.  Below is a link to make your own palms.  


If you have a procession please take pictures and post them on our Church Facebook Page!!


Below is video that explains Easter and Palm Sunday.  It is one of my favorites to show this time of year.



Here is a link to some intricate Egg Coloring Pages that you can print and “egg” a friends house by coloring a sheet and sharing it with a friend, family or neighbor. 

Easter Egg Coloring Pages – A Free Printable!

Here is a blank egg:


Here is a polka dot egg: 



Resources for Sunday, March 29, 2020:  Below is a link to Sermon4kids.com for a short lesson and at the bottom of the page are links to some activities for this weeks scripture.  https://sermons4kids.com/dry_bones.htm

Below are also 2 links to videos that go along with this week’s scripture reading.

This weeks passage is Ezekiel 37:5 (NIV)



Resources for this Sunday, March 22, 2020

Below is a link to a Printable PDF of a Children’s Bulletin for This Sunday.


Ephesians 5:8-14

+  Today’s stories make more immediate sense to children.  But if you want to explore Paul’s message, start by exploring the images “children of light” and “children of dark.”  Then read or reread Paul’s message and put it into your own words based on the conversation about children of dark and light.

Name the two images then ask, “What is good about being children of light?”  (You can see where you are going, who you are with, and what you are doing.)  Then ask “what is it like to be children of the dark?” (You can’t see, dark is a place to hide what you are doing, when it is totally dark about all you can do is sleep.)

Write light and dark behavior on separate small posters.  With help from the children (or the whole congregation) sort them into light and dark piles.

Use such words as hate, kind, bickering, greedy, loving, cruel, gentle, sharing, etc.

+  Rather than explore Paul’s images, go straight to his message – which children do need to hear.  Paul is telling us not to do or say anything that we don’t want everyone in the world to know we did or said.  This is one time when straight talk can be most understandable.

** A great way to spread your light is to draw a picture  and send it to your older relatives or older adults in homes in your area or  to the Fire department or Police Station in your area. If you don’t know who to send pictures to, you can drop off pictures in our church mailbox and Mrs. K will find people in our church who are isolated in their homes.  

**Another way to spread light in this difficult time of social distancing is to take a walk and on that walk draw and side walk chalk drawing on your neighbors side walk or driveway spreading love and kindness.  You can also draw a rainbow and put it in a window of your home that faces your street so that when others drive or walk by they see your beautiful drawing.

Taken from Worshiping With Children Website : http://worshipingwithchildren.blogspot.com/2014/02/year-fourth-sunday-of-lent-march-30-2014.html

We will be looking into creating a google classroom for Sunday School Resources.