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We spent some time thinking about the story of Daniel in the lion's den. We watched a video clip called 'The scary sleepover' so we invited the children to wear onesies or pyjamas and lots did! We talked about how David felt throughout this inspiring story and as we reflected on the amazing truth that God is with us at ALL times (good and bad) we sang Doug Horley's song 'God can do anything' with lots of actions. We went through to the hall and played sleeping lions (Gosh we must have some world champions at that game!) and then made lion masks/pictures from paper plates. We adults really enjoyed the morning and hope the families did too!

Next K@C is on Sunday 19 March at 9:30 with the title 'Jesus and the children'.

If you have primary school aged children or grandchildren you are really welcome to come along and join this friendly congregation!

Any questions please don't hesitate to phone me on 01235 765421 (Jane Kent)

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