Going to “church”

The Bible tells us that Jesus went to the synagogue on Sabbath. In many locations He always made the effort. There was something special about gathering together on Sabbath. However, it’s so easy to fall into believing that the church building is “church”. It’s not! People are the church! The first Christians gathered together in homes, the Waldensians lived and had church in caves! I’m sure you’ve had church on a beach, or under a tree somewhere. Church is where believers come together. 

This craft couldn’t have come at a better time (COVID-19) where we can teach our children, church is not the building, but it’s us! When we meet online, that IS church, because it’s the followers of God coming together. 

The lesson for this craft can be found here

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What you'll need:

  • printer + paper
  • scissors 
  • something to score fold lines
  • color pencils
  • glue

Child Involvement:

  • coloring
  • cutting
  • folding
  • gluing



  • Color in with pencils (inky pens can weaken the paper).
  • Score the fold lines before cutting.
  • Cut.
  • Fold creases.
  • Glue. Starting with the rectangular prism base. Then form the triangular prism roof. Attach these two together with the flap – it’s a little tricky, insert something thin like a skewer to push the two pieces of paper together. Using regular paper glue this only takes a few seconds to bond. 
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