Bible Club draws to a close after an exciting week
Friday August 7th 2020
It’s the final day of Connor’s online Holiday Bible Club ‘Cabin Fever,’ with videos premiering at 10am and 11.30am on August 7.
In the final session, Professor Moody introduces the last guest professor and together we learn how to make giant bubbles, indoor rainbows, and find out about the final part in the story of Noah and his family. There’s all the usual mix of activities and fun so why not join us!
Jill Hamilton, Children’s Project Development Officer for Connor Diocese, expressed a huge thank you to everyone who contributed to day four’s club, broadcast on Thursday:
Lisa and Faith from St Stephen’s and St Michael’s for the warm ups;
Claire and ‘Holy Harry’ from Antrim Parish for the Big Experiment;
Victoria Jackson (CLCGB) for the game;
Lauren, Peter and Granny and Grandad from Antrim Parish for the memory verse part 1;
Lauren and family, and Reese and Zosia from Antrim Parish, Charlie from Derryvolgie Parish and Theo from St Bartholomew’s for the question of the day;
Karen and Caroline Webb for the puppet drama;
Elma and Mia from Agherton Parish for the art activity;
Lynn from Glenavy Parish as ‘Trainee Scientist;
‘Professor’ Rachel and ‘Professor’ Mark from St Bartholomew’s and the Crawfords from Ballymena Parish for the science experiment demo;
Grace and Aaron from Antrim Parish for the memory verse part 2;
Lisa from St Stephen’s and St Michael’s for the prayer activity.
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