Exploring the beginnings of the world and God’s promise to Abraham
This September, we’re starting a new academic year right at the beginning of the Bible, exploring the beginnings of God’s beautiful world and how he made a promise with Abraham.
RTU All-age service
Explores the story of creation (Genesis 1:1-2:4).
Takes the story of Noah (Genesis 6-8) and transposes it to an all-weather pitch in the parable ‘Nitesh and the netball nightmare’.
Gives space for older children and younger teens to explore the story of creation (Genesis 1:1-2:4) and discover the impact of this world-starting event on their lives.
Provides a craft idea to go alongside each of this month’s Together sessions. Use them in your groups, in intergenerational worship or use them in a craft club.
The Story for home
Written especially for us by expert storyteller Bob Hartman, also follows the Together passages. This month, Bob helps children to think about the promises God made to Abraham in Genesis 12 and 15.
Start your term with a bang with one of two great up-front challenge games!
Our mentoring expert, Joel Toombs, uses the analogy of roundabouts and dead ends to talk about reverses that young people face and how they can react to them.
We’ve put the needle on the record and are ready to listen to another mighty track, ‘Break my soul’ by Beyoncé.
We venture into the world of ‘movie-adjacent TV’ this month. That is TV series that are produced with the same values as movies. We start with Ms Marvel.
Supporting documentsClick link to download and view these files
RTU Parable - Nitesh and the netball nightmare sjWord, Size 28.24 kb
RTU Craft - Beginnings sjWord, Size 21.98 kb
RTU Movie - Ms Marvel sjWord, Size 23.61 kb
RTU AA service - Creation sjWord, Size 31.52 kb
RTU Music - Break my soul sjWord, Size 21.09 kb
RTU Games - Challenge games sjWord, Size 27.87 kb
RTU Journal - BeginningsPDF, Size 3.13 mb
RTU Mentoring - Roundabout or dead end sjWord, Size 21.35 kb