Sittingbourne Baptist Church

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Ignite- is for  Children ages 4-10

Meets on Sunday during the 10.30am church service. Everyone starts off in the main service with their families and friends, then we split off to do our own thing. The children are divided by age into three groups. Our aim is to give the children a sound knowledge of the Bible and help them to develop a relationship with God. We want the children to realise that God is real, exciting and that He really wants to know them. We realise asking kids to sit still and being quiet for more than 10 minutes is asking for a miracle but we use different activities and styles to maintain their attention. The sessions are suitable for children with no church background as well as for children that have been to church most of their lives.

 

“During the church’s closure, we are still keen to provide for the youth who would normally attend SBC. There will be regular sessions broadcast on our website for Ignite group (Year R to Year 6) and also for the Way (Year 7 to Year 13). Please help your child/children to access the video appropriate for their age.

Lesson for “Ignite” Sunday September 27th 2020 “Parables of Jesus – The Parable of the Sower”

Lesson for “Ignite” Sunday September 20th 2020 “Parables of Jesus – The Wise Servant/Unfruitful Fig Tree”

Lesson for “Ignite” Sunday September 13th 2020 “Parables of Jesus – The Rich Fool/Watchful Servants”

Lesson for “Ignite” Sunday 6th September 2020 “Parables of Jesus – Moneylender and hiding a lamp”

Ignite Lesson for Sunday August 30th 2020 “Parables of Jesus – Light and building on the Rock”

And then listen to Shine

Ignite Lesson for Sunday August 23rd 2020 “Parables of Jesus – Wine/Cloth”

This Sunday, August 16th Ignite have a quiz.

Ignite Lesson for Sunday August 9th 2020

Ignite Lesson for Sunday August 2nd 2020 “Psalm 23”

Ignite Lesson for Sunday July 26th 2020 “Psalm 1”

Ignite Lesson for Sunday July 19th 2020 “The Lords Prayer”

Ignite Lesson for Sunday July 12th 2020 “The Twelve Disciples”

Ignite Lesson for Sunday July 5th 2020 “The Ten Commandments”

Ignite Lesson for Sunday June 28th 2020 “The Armour of God”

Ignite Lesson for Sunday June 21st 2020 “Fruits of the Spirit”

Ignite Lesson for Sunday June 14th 2020 “John 3 V16, John 10 V10”

Ignite Lesson for Sunday June 7th 2020 “Wonder Women – Ruth”

Ignite Lesson for Sunday May 31st 2020 “Wonder Women – Deborah”

Ignite Lesson for Sunday May 24th 2020 “Wonder Women – Abigail”

Ignite Lesson for Sunday May 17th 2020 “Wonder Women – Rehab”

Ignite Lesson for Sunday May 10th 2020 Wonder Women – Rebekkah”

Ignite Lesson for Sunday May 3rd 2020 “Jesus gave me a job!”

Ignite Lesson for Sunday April 26th 2020 “How Jesus works in our lives”

Ignite Lesson for Sunday April 19th 2020 “Lessons from Easter”

Ignite Lesson for Sunday April 12th Easter Day

Ignite Lesson for Sunday April 5th 2020 Palm Sunday

After you have listened to the lesson listen to or try some of these resources.

 https://youtu.be/eaXPXWBcE3I

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mdRneMPatco

https://images.app.goo.gl/Cpi6Dy8YpdPLLkYi6

https://images.app.goo.gl/ZHc7adiNh5nHvPmU7

https://images.app.goo.gl/Q1Z5DCgudTP3r7M57

https://images.app.goo.gl/Zgq6HrUs81G3YnXi7

Thank You

Ignite Lesson for Sunday March 29th 2020 “Water into wine/Feeding the 5000”

Ignite Lesson for Sunday March 22nd 2020 “Mothers Day”

If you would like one of the Youth Leaders to keep in touch with your child with regular phone calls, please email an appropriate phone number we can use to youth@sbc-church.org.uk. By providing this you are giving us permission to call your child/children on a regular basis for a short chat, which can be held on loud speaker if you so desire. This is so that we can support you and the children through this difficult time where they may have questions, and we can show them love in action. Before the first call, you will be emailed so you know which leader will be contacting your child – ideally one who has taught their group before.”

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