Fathers Day Activities for Sunday School...
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On Fathers Day, your Sunday School class can learn to appreciate their fathers and have fun at the same time. They will also see the connection between the dad who tucks them in their bed at night and their Father who is in Heaven.Always remember to be sensitive to the fact that there may be some Sunday School children in the class who just may not have a father at home. For those children who does not have a father at home reassure them that they have a Heavenly Father and emphasize the Love He has for them.
Here are some of the activities you can use for your Sunday School class or Fathers Day Church Activities:
- Fathers Day Poems - Have each
Sunday School child write a poem to his or her dad. They can write about their
favorite activities, qualities, and reasons that they love their dad. You can
have the children read the poems aloud during the church service or let the
children read the poems to their dads after church.
- Fathers Day Memory Verse - Teach your
Sunday School children Proverbs 23:24 as their memory verse for the week. The
verse states, “The father of the righteous shall greatly rejoice: and he that
begetteth a wise child shall have joy of him.” Explain to the children that
pleasing God is pleasing to their fathers as well.
- Fathers Day Children's Choir - Assign the
Church Choir Director to find a song for the Sunday School children to sign to
their fathers. Be sure to set aside time for the Sunday School children to
practice the song for a few weeks prior to the special performance. The fathers
can come forward to listen to the children sing to them. This will surely bring
a smile to all the dads’ faces.
- Fathers Day Sunday School Lesson - Teach your
Sunday School children about several different fathers in the Bible. You can
explain Jacob’s love for Joseph and talk about David and Solomon. Also, be sure
and remind the children that God is also their Heavenly Father.
- Fathers Day Sunday School Skit -Plan and
organize a mini skit for the Sunday School children to perform for their
fathers at your church service. It could be a play about why fathers are
important and what roles they play in the lives of children. Make sure each
child has a few lines to say about what makes a dad special. You can plan to
serve lunch immediately after the skit if you want.
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