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Luke 10:25-37, Good Samaritan, Road to Jericho, Go and do likewise, etc.

Bible lessons and ideas about the Good Samaritan -with Cooking, Food, Bible Foods, Recipes, Baking, Preparation, etc

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Good Samaritan - Cooking Workshop Idea

Chicken Pot Pies

 

Good Samaritans LOOK and PREPARE for opportunities to serve

 

Make a Chicken Pot Pie to FREEZE and give to a neighbor in need or church member when the time is right. 


Fill frozen pie shells with the meat mixture. Use a 2nd shell for the top crust.

Meat mixture consists of: 3 - 4 cooked chicken breasts, 4 med potatoes, 2 small - med carrots, 1 sm bag frozen peas, 1 pkg St. Hubert or Swiss Chalet gravy. 1 sm onion.

Cut meat into bite size pieces, veg into small pieces. Place all into microwaveable dish with prepared gravy and cook on high for 10 mins.

Fill 3-4 bottom shells with filling. Cover each filled shell with another shell for top.

Make a card for your gift that says "Bake at 350 degrees for 1 hour."

Either freeze first , or give the pies with instructions to freeze to your Pastoral Care team for distribution to a church member in need.

 

Include a card from the children.

 


 

 

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Good Samaritans - make Heart Shaped Sugar Cookies then deliver to First Responders

Several years ago as part of our focus on this story, we had the children decorate heart shaped sugar cookies each week and  take them to a different place where we had identified people helping others as a way to say thank you, and to learn more about what it means to help others selflessly.  We live in a small town, so the children could easily walk to the local first responders; EMS/Ambulance crew; hospital ER; nursing home; police station.

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Originally Posted by TLC-Belmond:

Several years ago as part of our focus on this story, we had the children decorate heart shaped sugar cookies each week and  take them to a different place where we had identified people helping others as a way to say thank you, and to learn more about what it means to help others selflessly.  We live in a small town, so the children could easily walk to the local first responders; EMS/Ambulance crew; hospital ER; nursing home; police station.

TLC....  

 

Normally I would think "O please, not another cookie baking Cooking Workshop!"

 

But this a very nice idea for this story. 

 

<>< Neil

 

 

 

Idea copied from the What is the Cooking Workshop? forum

Good Samaritan FOOD PUPPETS

Have the kids do a table top Bible story drama using food puppets.

Videotape it.

What food reminds you of the Priest on the Jericho Road?  (Stinky Cheese?)

What fruit reminds you of the Good Samaritan?  (Not great looking but sweet on the inside where it counts. A fudge filled cookie?)

French fries with catsup for the poor man beaten and left for dead?  (the kids would be talking about that for a long time)

Perhaps the drama (imaginatively) takes place in the refrigerator. Innkeeper = hydrator drawer? With older kids you could really get them to think about the refrigerator locations and fruits/vegetables to do this drama with. Perhaps even perform it IN the refrigerator.

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