Worship and Assemblies
Welcome to our worship and assemblies page!
Our Christian value this half term is 'perseverance'.
The quality of continuing to try to achieve a particular aim despite difficulties.
For example: 'They continued to show great perseverance in the face of difficulty'.
(Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary)
Have a think...
How easy is it to give up when things get tricky?
How difficult is it to keep on trying when we find something hard?
Persevering isn't easy, especially when the task is difficult.
In the Bible, we are told that our lives are like a race and we must keep on looking to Jesus as we run:
We should stand up for what we believe in and keep on praying for help because God said He would hear our prayers.
Think about how you have felt when you couldn't do something, but your persevered and eventually managed to do it.
It feels great doesn't it and worth all the effort you have put in to achieve success.
Thursday 13th May 2021
Ascension Day is the day in church's calendar when we remember how Jesus went to Heaven to be with his Father God 40 days after he had risen back to life on Easter Sunday.
You can watch a video about Ascension Day here:
Download one of the power points below to find out more about Ascension Day:
Sunday 23rd May '21
Pentecost is the time when the church remember how God sent the Holy Spirit to be our helper.
Watch the video 'God Sends The Holy Spirit' to listen to the story of Pentecost:
Download the power point to read the story of Pentecost:
Wednesday 12th - Thursday 13th May '21
Wishing all of our Muslim children and families a blessed Eid!
To find out more about Eid al-Fitr, watch one of the videos below:
Eid al-Fitr (CBeebies):
BBC Bitesize KS2: Ramadan and Eid:
KS2 BBC Teach Class Clips: Ramadan and Eid ul-Fitr:
You can download one of the information power points or activities about Eid below:
The rainbow: A symbol of hope.
If we persevere through difficult times like the current lock down, we will eventually see better times and be able to see our friends and families again.
This is why the rainbow is seen as a symbol of hope - after or during the rain when the sunshine appears sometimes we see a beautiful rainbow reminding us that there is hope in every difficult situation we face.
Rainbows to show how grateful we are to our wonderful NHS...
Rainbows painted by the children of key workers in school!
And some created at home!
Showing our support for those who work for the NHS and sharing hope and happiness within our community...
'God puts rainbows in the clouds
so that each of us - in the dreariest
and most dreaded moments - can
see a possibility of hope.'
Mary Angelou (American poet)
The staff have been busy completing their 2.6 challenges to raise money for the East Lancs NHS Trust. Check out how they got on below.
Why not have a go at your own 2.6 challenge, just for fun, and see what you can achieve.
Well done Erin, super cart wheeling!
Our 2.6 Challenges!