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Take Home Sheets for Sunday School

Posted by Sam on November 24, 2013

When Jesus was crucified, a sign was put above him. The sign read, ‘The King of the Jews'. Was the sign right? 

Jesus did not look like a king. We normally think of kings as powerful rulers who sit on thrones in great palaces. Yet here was a man hanging on a cross, dying as a condemned criminal. Kings weren't supposed to die on a cross like a criminal. The sign was supposed to make fun of Jesus. How could this man be king?

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A Passion for Life 2014 is coming

Posted by City Team on November 21, 2013

A Passion for Life 2014 is coming! Many churches around the country will be hosting a week of events so that those in the local community around them can hear the good news of Jesus Christ. St. Helen's will be involved and we hope that Christians in the City will find it a fruitful time of sharing the gospel with colleagues. Click here to watch a video explain what A Passion for Life is all about. 

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ST HELEN'S TRAINING: BIBLE OVERVIEW. Part 5 and 6

Posted by Will on November 18, 2013

Roger Day finshes off our Bible overview.

Part 1 and 2, 3 and 4,

This video is based on the training we give to our 'Overview' RML (small group) leaders. Full audio of the training weekend can be found at our media library. St Helen's Training aims to train and equip bible handlers by sharing our best training resources.

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Take Home Sheets for Sunday School

Posted by Sam on November 17, 2013

A bank robber doesn't expect to be caught. He thinks that no one will see his crime, or at least no one will be able to catch him. Instead he thinks about being rich and having lots of money. Criminals think they can get away with their crimes. 

When we do wrong things on purpose we think, ‘I can get away with it. If nobody sees me I will alright.' And sometimes we do get away with it.

In Mark's gospel the Pharisees and the teachers of th Continue reading…

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Take Home Sheets for Sunday School

Posted by Sam on November 10, 2013

This week the School-aged groups focused on Mark 10:45:

'For even the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give his life as a ransom for many.' (NIV)

Find out more from the Take Home Sheets below:

Years 1-3

Years 4-6

The Preschool heard again about Jesus dying on the cross from Mark 15.

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