For those of you who haven’t been down to the church recently, the plants in our raised beds are doing really well as you can see from some of the pictures
Whilst we have not been able to meet as a group, the members of JAM Club have been working away at home to produce this short video of the Easter Story.
We hope you enjoy this!
Whilst we been away some of the plants and flowers in our raised garden are starting to show signs of life. Thanks to Ciara we also have some more seedlings on their way.
Here are some of the cards and crafts made by members of JAM Club over the weekend to celebrate Mothers Day. We hope all you Mums were especially pampered by your children during these uncertain times!
Jam Club had a great time touring All Saints’ Church. Thanks to all our tour guides for helping make this possible. Also a special thanks to the Mother’s Union who hosted a coffee morning during our tour!
This week JAM Club have started work on our Easter stop motion animation entitled “A Play about God’s Love” which will premiere at the Easter Sunday Service All of the younger children were involved in making Plasticine models whilst some of the older kids took turns at shooting some of the initial scenes for the play.
“I liked making the cookie” – Ruby Finnegan
This week we had our first Messy Church of the year the theme of which was “God is Love”. The kids got involved in all sorts of crafts and activities that celebrated this theme including decorating heart shaped cookies, making fortune pickers and Valentine cards. After a short service in the church we shared in a communal supper of chili, jacket potatoes and pasta.
This Sunday, we learn all about the Sermon on the Mount and the Beeatitudes…
‘I liked doing the bee colouring, we learned it’s a good idea to be kind to each other’ – Molly King
This week we had a talk about Cystic Fibrosis from Sam who works in Cystic Fibrosis Ireland. There is a 1 in 4 chance that a child will get Cystic Fibrosis if both their parents have the Cystic Fibrosis gene. The symptoms for the condition are that the lungs have mucus that is really thick and bacteria gets in and they have to take pills. Cystic Fibrosis is a very rare condition but more people than usual have it in Ireland