Pentecost means we get to wear FIRE!


If you can’t tell by the pictures, we learned about Pentecost today.

It’s a simple lesson: First, we identified the church season we are in. The kids thought it was still Easter, but I explained that Easter ended yesterday, and that yesterday was special. We practiced saying the word “Pentecost,” and shared about what happened on the first Pentecost. Continue Reading

Flames that don’t burn?

Recently during Jesus Time we read the story of that first Pentecost. The children could relate more than you might think!

First, we talked about really windy days and how it feels outside. We imagined what it might feel like to be inside a room with such wind. And fire! Wow. The children are fascinated by fire that doesn’t burn. (To be on the safe side, I reminded them that it will burn them today, and to never touch fire!) Continue Reading