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The Great Feast Lesson/Ideas Set

The Great Feast

Summary of lessons/ideas in this set:

  • Art: Kids will create two refrigerator magnet "invitations," one for their own family, and one to give away.
  • Games: Kids will play a game that excludes, and then hear the parable Jesus told of the great feast where all are included by playing a Bingo game. The original game will then be changed so all are included rather than excluded.
  • Drama-Cooking-Feast: idea where students will create a feast where the foods represent an idea in the lesson, sort of like a Seder.

Neil added

  • Stations of the Great Banquet: idea which RE-INTERPRET 'stations' from the Passover story along the lines of what Jesus was teaching in the parable of the Great Banquet.

Scripture Reference:

Luke 14:12-24

Bible memory verse: "… Blessed is the person who will eat at the feast in the kingdom of God." Luke 14:15

In this Rotation children will learn...
The Great Feast is an invitation to join with Jesus.
It is a demonstration of how we are to live with each other, and reach out to all.
It is a glimpse of the promised Kingdom Jesus is calling us into here and now, and in eternity.



This unit was created by Jan Hanson for First Presbyterian Church, Napa CA.
with additional ideas provided by Neil MacQueen

May be used in the local church setting; not for commercial use.

Last edited by Luanne Payne
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