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Scripture Union: Easter Alive

Explore Scripture Union's new Easter resource and share Jesus with children and young people

Easter Alive is the brand new activity pack from Scripture Union.

Following on from the Light Party and Christmas Party Packs, this new Easter pack aims to help you share the real meaning of Easter with the children and young people in your community.

Nestled amongst the pages, you’ll find lots of ideas for games, crafts and activities as well as advice on how to effectively communicate the good news of Jesus to the children and young people who come to your event. The pack is designed so that you can adapt the ideas to use in a church service, with a school group, as a community fun day, or whatever you think will work best for the children and young people near you.

As spring brings new life to the world, and the Easter refrain He is risen indeed!” circles the earth, what better time for us to reach out in fun ways to the children and young people of our neighbourhood with the exiting good news of a historic Jesus who died, who rose, and who is alive today. And to allow them to discover for themselves how a vibrant personal relationship with risen Jesus brings life in all its fullness.

Helping churches to create opportunities like this for children and young people in their local area to respond to Jesus as they explore the Bible is Scripture Union’s passion. The Easter Alive pack is just one of many ways they’re doing this. Visit www​.su​.org​.uk to find out more.

The Easter Alive pack is available to download for free at www​.su​.org​.uk/​e​aster . There you’ll also find some fantastic additional resources, including the Diary of a Disciple Easter audio, which tells the Easter chapters from the award winning Diary of a Disciple in a fun and engaging way.

Together, let’s share the good news of Jesus this Easter.

He is risen, He is risen indeed!”

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