Family Fun for Easter 30 Lent and Easter Activities for Families to Share by Jane Butcher
  

Synopsis

Family Fun for Easter 30 Lent and Easter Activities for Families to Share by Jane Butcher

Provides family activities from Shrove Tuesday through to Easter Day A mix of crafts, cooking and games, set alongside passages and suggestions for discussion from the Easter story Explains the Lent and Easter traditions which have developed over the years

Reviews

'A lovely, easy guide to Easter celebration.'

About the Author

Jane Butcher oversees the Faith in Homes ministry, which is something she has a passion and vision for both as a member of the Barnabas team and as a parent. She has a desire that parents, church leaders and others share in this ministry, and feel encouraged, supported and resourced to engage with such an important area. Jane originally trained and worked as a teacher, but moved into church ministry in 1993. She has a wide range of experience in schools and churches from her posts in both the UK and USA. She has led training sessions and seminars in a variety of schools, churches and dioceses on many different aspects of RE and children's ministry, and is also an accredited Godly Play Teacher.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
64 pages

Author

Jane Butcher
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Publisher

Barnabas for Children an imprint of BRF (The Bible Reading Fellowship)

Publication date

18th November 2011

ISBN

9780857460493


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