Families in lockdown taking comfort from Noah's ark


Two Leicester families have been using their time in “lockdown” to engage in an unfolding bible-based craft project. Tabz and Jo, both mums of young toddlers, have been using the Noah’s ark story as a way of not only teaching their little ones the story, but also as a way of talking about God’s love, promises and protection.

Each day they add a new element to their Noah’s ark scenes. “It’s proving to be a great success and we’ve not even got to the rainbow, yet” reported Tabz, who seems to have been enjoying the process as much as her daughter.

Jo, who has a two-year-old son, told us: “The idea came to me when thinking about the children across the UK who have been creating colourful rainbows and putting them in windows as a way of giving hope to passers-by.”

Drawings of Noah's ark

How might your family engage creatively with everyday faith in the home over these next few weeks?

Read more stories and ideas on our 'Ways to worship at home' web page.

Noahs ark crafts

 




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