This Easter season, journey with Jesus on His path to the cross and celebrate His resurrection. Whether you are planning a sunrise service or an Easter party, we have put together a selection of resources to help you reflect and celebrate.
- Share the Easter story in new ways
Children (and adults!) love Lego and will be fascinated by watching it come to life in this wonderfully engaging video. Use in children’s groups and all age services to get children thinking about, discussing and interacting with the age-old story in a fresh way.
- Distribute butterfly chrysalises on Good Friday
Before Easter, make butterfly chrysalises (or buy them online), and give them away on Good Friday, along with a special invitation card to your Easter services. The butterflies will emerge on Easter Sunday and serve as a symbol of the resurrection of Christ. After all, death, transformation, and life are all found in the chrysalis.
- Give the gift of Real Easter Eggs
Out of the 80 million Easter eggs sold in this part of the world every year, The Real Easter Egg is the only one which has an Easter storybook in the box, is made of Fairtrade chocolate and supports charitable projects.
- Observe Lent in a different way
For many people, Lent is often about giving up something. Whether you have given up chocolate, fast food, alcohol, or the Internet, 40acts encourages you to do something generous during Lent, too.
- Music to inspire you
Our friends at the FIEC have curated a Spotify playlist of songs old and new for you to enjoy.
- Easter outreach ideas
The popularity of the Easter bunny can make reaching the community with the Gospel a little challenging. Here are some great ideas for making an impact with your Easter outreach, giving them the fun
- Refresh your outreach material
CPO have brought together a range of tracts and booklets that you could give away at Easter events, door-to-door, or in your town centre to help make Jesus known this Easter.
- An Easter Egg Hunt with a difference
Everyone loves a good Easter Egg Hunt! Scripture Union have put together a trail-based treasure hunt for children and families, using a series of videos and activities to encourage conversation and help crack a code.