Feeding the 5000 Lesson Set - with local mission emphasis

Wormy Note:

During renovation, our reviewers decided to KEEP this lesson set, even though it references some very specific details about the mission program of the Immanuel Church.  

It serves as a great example of how, from time to time, it's a great idea to take the right Bible Story, and design your lessons for it so that they tie into your congregation's specific mission and ministry efforts.

You are welcome to post your own similar approach.

 

The Feeding of the 5000

A set of lessons for Pre-K through 4th Grades

Summary of Lessons:

  • Introduction
  • Mission: Compassion into Action - decorate bags to hold food donations.
  • Video: Great Scenes Then and Now - view portions of two videos - Greatest Heroes and Legends of the Bible: The Miracles of Jesus, and Mission to the Nations.
  • Field Trip: Tour of the St. John’s Food Bank (permission slip included)
  • Drama: Apostle’s Playhouse - enact the story
  • Cooking: Bakery - make bread
  • Art: Bulletin Board of the 5000 - create a bulletin board depicting the story.


Objectives for the Rotation
– Children will learn:

  • Jesus fed 5000 men (plus women & children) with 5 loaves and 2 fish
  • Jesus’ miracles show Him to be the promised Messiah
  • Our congregation and other organizations work to meet the needs of the poor and hungry
  • Jesus can take our gifts and multiply them


Scripture Reference: 
Matthew 14: 13-21

This miracle is recorded in all four gospels. In preparation for this rotation, please read the other gospel accounts, which have more details in them: Mark 7:32-44, Luke 9:11-17, and John 6:1-14.

Suggested songs:

  • Here comes Jesus, see Him walkin’ on the water…
  • I’ve Got a River of Life
  • Multiply (in Sing a Song of Scripture)
  • It’s an Awesome Job (in Adventure Fair)
  • Beloved (1 John 4:7, 8)
  • Come, Let Us Worship and Bow Down
  • He Has Shown Thee, O Man
  • He Is Able


 
Mission Workshop: Compassion into Action

 Summary of Lesson Activities:

Children will decorate bags to hold food donations.

Lesson Objectives:

Children will learn what our congregation does in the Feed My Sheep program


 

Leader Preparation:

  • Read the scripture ahead of time.
  • Gather the materials.


Supplies List:

  • One “Feed My Sheep” sack for each child
  • Crayons, markers, pencils
  • White board & marker to demonstrate how to draw a sheep
  • Sample pictures


Presentation

 

Opening- Welcome and Lesson Introduction:

Greet the children and introduce yourself.

 

Open with a prayer.


Opening Prayer:

Lord, you told Peter to “feed My sheep.” There are many people who are hungry and lonely. Help us to help them.

 

Dig - Main Content and Reflection:

 

  • Ask, “Has anyone seen sacks like these before? Tell me about them.”
  • Describe the Feed My Sheep program. It is named after something Jesus told to Peter.
  • Child/Leader reads the Bible story:
After His resurrection, Jesus appeared to Peter and six other disciples. Peter and the disciples had fished all night and hadn’t caught anything. Jesus appeared and said, “Cast the net on the right-hand side of the boat, and you will find a catch.” The disciples obeyed Him, and they caught so many fish in the net they could not haul the net in. When the boat landed, the disciples saw that breakfast was prepared – fish and bread. Jesus said, “Come and have breakfast.” When they had finished breakfast, Jesus said to Simon Peter, “Simon, son of John, do you love Me more than these?” Simon said, “Yes, Lord; You know that I love You.” Jesus said to him, “Tend My lambs.” (John 21: 1-15)

 

  • Leader asks children to decorate and fill the Feed My Sheep sacks
  • Children should NOT put their name on the bag.
  • Leader should suggest a theme for the pictures.
  • Ask children to bring boxes of cookies & crackers next Sunday to put in the sacks.
  • After the activity, store the bags in classroom for that grade.
  • Activity (5 minutes) – if needed: Fisherman maze

Closing:

End with a prayer.


 
VERY IMPORTANT: HAND OUT OR COLLECT PERMISSION SLIPS

 On 1/19, Faith Quest kids Pre-K through 4th grade will visit the St. John’s Food Bank. They will bring their sacks with some food in them (be careful not to get the bags too heavy). Parents should be informed about this. Ask children to bring their permission slips back next Sunday (no later than the 19th).

****PERMISSION SLIP FOR A TOUR OF ST. JOHN'S FOOD BANK****

In Faith Quest, children are studying Jesus’ miracle of feeding 5,000 people.

On Sunday, January 19, Pre-Kindergarten through 4th grade children in Faith Quest will walk to St. John’s Cathedral to see the St. John’s Food Bank.

We need your permission to take your child (ren) to St. John’s during the Sunday School hour (9:30 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.). The shepherds for each class will escort the children to the Food Bank. St. John’s Cathedral is around the corner from Immanuel Lutheran Church, 775 N. 8th Street, in Boise.

The purpose of this activity is to give the children first-hand experience in giving to a food bank and to help them understand what Immanuel members do for the poor and hungry people in our community. They will bring one sack with food to donate to the Food Bank. We are asking that each child bring a box of cookies, crackers, or cereal to put in the sack. Sacks will be made during the previous Faith Quest sessions.

Contact [NAME][PHONE] with any questions.

Please detach the permission slip below and RETURN NO LATER THAN 1/19.


 

Permission Slip for a Tour of St. John’s Food Bank

(please print) My child(ren) ________________________________________________

have permission to walk to St. John’s Cathedral to tour the Food Bank, during the Faith Quest hour (9:30 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.) on January 19th, 2003, escorted by their Faith Quest class shepherds. (If there are any special accommodations needed, please indicate here:

______________________________________________________________________)

Emergency contact name _____________________________
Emergency contact phone _____________________________
Alternate contact name _____________________________
Alternate contact phone _____________________________



Signature __________________________________ Date ________________________

 




Video Workshop

Summary of Lesson Activities:

Uses the videos: Greatest Heroes and Mission to the Nations

Lesson Objectives:

  • Children will learn that when we share, God can do great things.
  • Children will learn that God will also provide what we need.

 
Leader Preparation:

  • Read the scripture ahead of time.
  • Gather the materials.
  • Preview the video.


Supplies List:

  • Small loaf of bread
  • 2 videos – Greatest Heroes and Mission to the Nations
  • Globe or world map
  • Video player & TV

 


 
Presentation

Opening - Welcome and Lesson Introduction:

Greet the children and introduce yourself.

Open with a prayer.

Opening Prayer:

Lord, you are so great! You provide what we need. Help us to share with others. Thank you that even a little gift can do great things, when You are involved.

Dig-Main Content and Reflection:

Video
(15 minutes): Greatest Heroes and Legends of the Bible: The Miracles of Jesus, ISBN 0-7662-0197-x. Start at the scene after the beheading of John the Baptist, showing Jesus choosing His disciples. Stop at the end of the feeding of the 5,000 story, when the disciples get back into the boat.

Questions before the video:

  • Show a small loaf of bread. Ask: How many sandwiches could you make from a loaf of the bread that the boy had?
  • How many people would 5 loaves of bread feed?


Questions after the video:

  •  Why didn’t the little boy want to share, at first?
  • What did he share?
  • What happened after that?
  • What do you have that you can share with other people?
  • Repeat that “a little gift can do great things.”

Video (12 minutes): excerpts from Mission to the Nations (Rev. Paparao Yeluchuri, 2000). Play the entire video.

Before the video:

  • Ask the children to point out India on a world map or a globe. Tell the children that the video shows people in India. Rev. Paparao Yeluchuri made the video. He is the head of an organization called “Mission to the Nations” based in Kakinada, India.
  • Mission to the Nations serves the poor people in India. The organization also sponsors schools for kids who live on the streets, and sewing classes for widows.
  • The video also has a section showing ministry to people with leprosy, an infectious disease caused by a bacteria. Lepers can experience progressive paralysis, ulcers, gangrene, “nutritive disturbances”, and damage or loss of their fingers, hands, arms, toes, feet, legs, ears, and nose. Remind the children that last year they studied the story of the Ten Lepers.
  • Child/Leader reads Bible verse: “Taking the five loaves and two fish, he looked up to heaven, and blessed and broke the loaves, and gave them to the disciples, and the disciples gave them to the crowds.” (Matthew 14: 19)


After the Video:

  • Ask the children what scenes they saw in the video. Did anything surprise them?
  • Repeat that “a little gift can do great things.” Sunday school offerings for this rotation, up to $50, will go towards feeding the lepers in India through the Mission to the Nations program. (This is per agreement with Rev. Yeluchuri. He will send back photos of the leper feeding if we donate the $50. 200 lepers can be fed with $50.).
  • Point out a poster board with information about Mission to the Nations leper feeding and other programs.


Closing:

End with a prayer.




Field Trip: Tour of the St. John's Food Bank

Objectives:

  • Children will have first-hand experience to give food to the food bank
  • Children will learn facts about the food bank and hunger in our community


Presentation

 Opening Prayer:

Lord, teach us to have compassion for others.

Activity: Learn About and Tour the St. John’s Food Bank

9:30 – 9:35:  Collect any more permission slips. Children without permission slips will stay in the Fellowship Hall.

Hand out and complete the filling of the sacks

9:35 – 9:40:  Before the tour, solicit questions from children. Ask some children to ask specific questions when they get to the Food Bank:

  • On which Sunday of the month do we Collect the Feed My Sheep bags to give to the Food Bank?
  • How many people are served daily & weekly at the food bank? (800-900 family units per month)
  • Do they have to pay any money?
  • If they were homeless, what kind of food would they want?
  • How often do people come to the bank?
  • What items are in demand?
  • What items have Immanuel members given the past? (diapers, canned foods, fruits and vegetables, soup)
  • Where in the church do we put the items that go to the Food Bank? (in box at back of church)
  • How is St. John’s Food Bank different from the Idaho Food Bank?


9:40 – 10:05 
Take the tour. All grades will go at once. Have the children line up behind each Shepherd before marching out the door.

 10:05 – 10:10   Wrap-up: Return to the Fellowship Hall and find out how many facts the children can remember.

Feed My Sheep is a monthly food drive of Immanuel Lutheran Church. We give sacks of food to the St. John’s Food Bank. Immanuel members also volunteer at the Baltes Community CafÉ soup kitchen, which feeds 125 people a week. The Social Ministry committee gives $100/month for milk for the soup kitchen, and $150/month for eggs & milk for the Boise Rescue Mission.





Drama Workshop
  

Summary of Lesson Activities:

Apostle’s Playhouse - enact the story

Lesson Objectives:

Children will be able to recall the facts of the story through acting out the event.

Leader Preparation:

  • Read the scripture ahead of time.
  • Gather the materials.


Supplies List:

  • Oars
  • Crutches or canes
  • Baskets
  • Loaves and fish
  • Script for each actor (see next pages)


 
Presentation

Opening - Welcome and Lesson Introduction:

Greet the children and introduce yourself.  Open with a prayer.

Opening Prayer: Jesus, you had compassion on people in need. Help us to feel compassion for others, too.

Dig - Main Content and Reflection:

Activity: Feeding of the 5000 Play:

Before the play:

  • Have the children listen and repeat the Bible verse: “When He went ashore, He saw a great crowd; and He had compassion for them and cured their sick.” (Matthew 14: 14)
  • Tell children that “compassion” means “to suffer with”. It is a deep feeling of sharing in the suffering of others.
  • Assign parts.
  • Distribute the props and scripts


Characters:

  • Jesus
  • Philip, a disciple
  • Andrew, a disciple
  • Crippled Person
  • Leper
  • Blind Person
  • Hungry Person
  • Boy (has loaves and fish)
  • Narrator (the Station Leader)


After the play:

  • Why were the people waiting for Jesus?
  • How did Jesus felt when He saw the great crowd of people waiting for Him?
  • How do you think the people felt when Jesus healed them? fed everyone?

Script for the Feeding of the 5000 (for 1st through 4th grades)

Notes: Jesus and two disciples start at the back of the sanctuary, in the leftmost aisle.

The other players start at the back of the sanctuary, in the center aisle. When the narrator speaks, the actors do as the narrator says.

Philip: Jesus, Jesus! We have some news.

Jesus: What is it?

Philip: John the Baptist was beheaded.

Jesus: [looks very sad] Let’s go away by ourselves for a while, to someplace quiet.

Narrator: The disciples and Jesus get into a boat and cross the Sea of Galilee towards Bethsaida. [Jesus, Philip, and Andrew make rowing motions up the aisle towards the front of the sanctuary.]

Crippled Person: Look! They are going to Bethsaida! Let’s get there first!

Narrator: A great crowd of people ran ahead to the hillsides near Bethsaida. They get there before Jesus. [All the other characters run up the aisle to the front of the sanctuary, and stand on the steps, waiting.]

Narrator: Jesus got out of the boat and saw the huge crowd. [Jesus, Philip, and Andrew arrive and get out of the boat.] He felt compassion for the people.

Jesus: You are like sheep without a shepherd.

Crippled Person: Jesus, Jesus! Heal me! I am crippled!

Jesus: [puts his hand on the person] Be healed!

Crippled Person: [jumps up and down] My legs! They are healed!

Leper: [shows his fists] Jesus, Jesus! Heal me! I have leprosy!

Jesus: [puts his hand on the person] Be healed!

Leper: My hands! They are healed!

Blind Person: Jesus, Jesus! Heal me! I am blind!

Jesus: [puts his hand on the person] Be healed!

Blind Person: My eyes! They are healed!

Jesus: Stay for a while, and let me tell you a story.

Narrator: The people stayed, and Jesus taught them many things. He healed the blind, the sick, and the crippled. They stayed for hours. It is now nighttime. People started to get hungry.

Hungry Person: I’m getting hungry!

Philip: Jesus, this is a deserted place, and it’s getting late. Send the crowds away. Then they can go into the villages and buy food for themselves.

Jesus: They don’t have to go away! You give them something to eat.

Philip: There are thousands of people here! Two hundred day’s wages would not be enough to buy food for this crowd!

Narrator: The twelve disciples looked through the crowd. Andrew found only one boy with some food. Andrew brought the boy to Jesus.

Andrew: Here’s a boy who has five barley loaves and two fish. But what are these for so many people?

Jesus: Bring the loaves and fish to me. Have the people sit down on the grass.

Narrator: The people sat down in groups of fifty. [Everyone except Jesus sits down] Taking the five loaves and the two fish, Jesus looked up to heaven, and blessed and broke the loaves. [Jesus does this] He gave them to the disciples, and the disciples gave them to the crowds. [Disciples feed the people]

And all ate and were filled. [All people have happy faces]

Jesus [to his disciples] Gather up the leftovers, so that nothing may be lost.

Narrator: The disciples picked up the leftovers and broken pieces, and filled twelve baskets.

Philip: How many people are there?

Andrew: About five thousand men, plus women and children!

Blind, Crippled, Hungry, Leprous People: He is the Prophet we are waiting for! Let’s make him king!

Jesus [to his disciples] It is time to go. I’m going up the mountain to pray. You go ahead in the boat.

Narrator: The next day, in Capernaum, Jesus explained the meaning of the sign.

Jesus: I am the bread of life; he who comes to Me shall not hunger, and he who believes in Me shall never thirst.


Script for the Feeding of the 5000 (for Pre-K and K grades)

Notes: Jesus and two disciples start at the back of the sanctuary, in the leftmost aisle.

The other players start at the back of the sanctuary, in the center aisle. When the narrator speaks, the actors do as the narrator says.

It is recommended that an older child or the Station Leader plays the part of Jesus. Children will need to be told what to say, since they cannot read a script.

Jesus: Let’s go someplace quiet.

Narrator: The disciples and Jesus get into a boat and cross the Sea of Galilee towards Bethsaida. [Jesus, Philip, and Andrew make rowing motions up the aisle towards the front of the sanctuary.]

Crippled Person: Look! Let’s get there first!

Narrator: A great crowd of people ran ahead to the hillsides near Bethsaida. They get there before Jesus. [All the other characters run up the aisle to the front of the sanctuary, and stand on the steps, waiting.

Narrator: Jesus got out of the boat and saw the huge crowd. He felt compassion for the people. [Jesus, Philip, and Andrew arrive and get out of the boat.]

Jesus: You are like sheep without a shepherd.

Crippled Person: Jesus, Jesus! Heal me!

Jesus: [puts his hand on the person] Be healed!

Crippled Person: [jumps up and down] I can jump!

Leper: [shows his fists] Jesus, Jesus! Heal me!

Jesus: [puts his hand on the person] Be healed!

Leper: Look at my hands!

Blind Person: Jesus, Jesus! Heal me!

Jesus: [puts his hand on the person] Be healed!

Blind Person: I can see!

Jesus: Stay for a while, and let me tell you a story.

Narrator: The people stayed, and Jesus taught them many things. He healed the blind, the sick, and the crippled. They stayed for hours. It is now nighttime. People started to get hungry.

Hungry Person: I’m getting hungry!

Philip: Jesus, it’s late. Send the crowds away.

Jesus: They don’t have to go away! You give them something to eat.

Narrator: The twelve disciples looked through the crowd. Andrew found only one boy with some food. Andrew brought the boy to Jesus.

Andrew: He has five loaves and two fish.

Jesus: Bring the loaves and fish to me. Have the people sit down on the grass.

Narrator: The people sat down in groups of fifty. [Everyone except Jesus sits down] Taking the five loaves and the two fish, Jesus looked up to heaven, and blessed and broke the loaves. [Jesus does this] He gave them to the disciples, and the disciples gave them to the crowds. [Disciples feed the people]

And all ate and were filled. [All people have happy faces]

Jesus [to his disciples] Gather up the leftovers.

Narrator: The disciples picked up the leftovers and broken pieces, and filled twelve baskets.

Philip: How many people are there?

Andrew: 5000!

Blind, Crippled, Hungry, Leper: He is a Prophet! Let’s make him king!

Narrator: The next day, in Capernaum, Jesus explained the meaning of the sign.

Jesus: I am the bread of life; he who comes to Me shall not hunger, and he who believes in Me shall never thirst.





Cooking Workshop

 Summary of Lesson Activities:

Making bread.

Lesson Objectives:

  • Children will learn how to make St. Martin’s communion bread
  • Children will remember Jesus’ words, “I am the Bread of Life.”


Leader Preparation:

  • Read the scripture ahead of time.
  • Gather the materials.


Supplies List:

  • See recipe on the next page. Please practice making the bread before you teach!
  • (optional) T-shirts or aprons to cover the children’s clothes
  • (optional) Samples of types of pasta or other breads


Presentation

 Opening - Welcome and Lesson Introduction:

Greet the children and introduce yourself.  Open with a prayer.

Opening Prayer:

Lord, you are the Bread of Life. You promise that anyone who comes to You will not hunger or thirst. Help us come to You.

Dig - Main Content and Reflection:

Before cooking:

  • Have the children listen to and repeat the Bible verse: “Jesus said, ‘I am the Bread of Life.’”
  • Leader: Everyone in the world eats some kind of bread. Bread as a food is considered necessary for life.
  • What kind of bread do you like?
  • What other kinds of bread are there?
  • Rice, pasta, and cereal are also types of bread. What kinds of rice, pasta, and cereal are there? (Leader can bring samples)


Discussion during the cooking:

Leader: After Jesus’ miracle of feeding the 5000, more and more people followed Jesus. He wanted them to believe in Him and follow Him, not just try to get bread from Him. He said, “I am the Bread of Life.”

 Child/Leader reads: The next day, the crowds looked for Jesus. When they found Him, He said, “Truly, try, I say to you, you seek Me, not because you saw signs, but because you ate of the loaves, and were filled. Do not work for the food which perishes, but for the food which endures to eternal life, which the Son of Man shall give to you, for on Him the Father, even God, has set His seal.”… Jesus said to them, “I am the bread of life; he who comes to Me shall not hunger, and he who believes in Me shall never thirst.” (John 6:22 – 35)

  • What do you think “Bread of Life” means?

The “Bread of Life” can mean that Jesus meets our basic needs. He makes our lives full. He satisfies us in our spirit.

  • How do you feel when you are hungry?
  • Have you ever been disappointed? Disappointed? Lonely? Scared?
  • Is anyone already tired of any of the toys you got for Christmas?

Leader: Some people try to fill up their lives with things. They are hungry inside, but cannot get satisfied. They are lonely, even in a room full of people. They are scared, even when they are safe. Jesus said, “I am the Bread of Life.” He can satisfy us. He can help us through lonely times. He can protect us when we are scared. We should love and obey Him, and go to Him for our satisfaction.

Recipe – St. Martin’s Communion Bread

NOTE: This recipe makes 4-5 loaves. Please make ahead of time, then determine how much of the ingredients is necessary for 12 children to enjoy making the bread.

1 cup flour
1 tsp. salt
2 cups wheat flour
1 tsp. baking powder
2 Tbsp. vegetable oil
3 Tbsp. honey
1 cup warm water

Also need:
Bowls for kids
Cutting boards for kids
Round cookie cutters?
Knife to score the dough

  1. Preheat ovens to 350 degrees.
  2. Mix dry ingredients together in a bowl.
  3. Add oil, honey and water.
  4. Stir and work on floured board.
  5. Roll out to 3/8" thick.
  6. Cut into round pieces with a small coffee can or form into balls and roll into circular portions.
  7. Place on an oiled pan.
  8. Score into small squares with a knife.
  9. Bake at 350 degrees for 10-12 minutes.


Closing:

End with a prayer. 





Art Workshop

Summary of Lesson Activities: 

 Create a bulletin board of the 5000.

 Lesson Objectives:

  • Children will learn about the geography of the region where the miracle took place.
  • Children will gain awareness of how much “5000” is (and hopefully some wonder at how great a miracle it was)


Leader Preparation:

  • Read the scripture ahead of time.
  • Gather the materials.


Supplies:

  • Map of Sea of Galilee and the surrounding area
  • Photocopies of Jesus, boy, and crowd, loaves, fish, baskets
  • Blue paper for the Sea of Galilee
  • Large white sheet to fit the bulletin board outside the church office
  • Crayons
  • Glue
  • 1000 – 5000 stickers (i.e. colored dots are fine)
  • Any pictures showing the area now
  • Read-Aloud Bible Stories, Vol 2, pg 69 “The Boy Who Shared His Lunch”– found in the children’s library downstairs.


 
Presentation

Opening-Welcome and Lesson Introduction:

Greet the children and introduce yourself.  Open with a prayer.

Opening Prayer:

Lord, thank you that you really became a man, and walked on this earth. You can do more than we can ask or think. You are terrific!

Dig - Main Content and Reflection:

Activity: Create a bulletin board showing the Feeding of the 5000

 Before the activity:

Child/Leader reads the Bible verse: “… Jesus went away to the other side of the Sea of Galilee (or Tiberias).” (John 6:1)

Show the map of the area. Jesus traveled in the boat from the west shore near Capernaum to the east shore near Bethsaida. The people ran across the land. Describe the cities of Capernaum and Bethsaida, then and now.

Tasks:

  • 1ST and 2nd grades: Color the figures, boat, loaves, fish. Guide them to use realistic colors. Then, read “The Boy Who Shared His Lunch”
  • 3rd & 4th grades cut out and glue the figures, boat, loaves, fish, Sea of Galilee to the white sheet of paper prepared to fit a bulletin board in the church. They can also label the towns of Capernaum and Bethsaida. Afterwards, they can do a crossword puzzle for the rotation, if available.
  • Pre-K & K put 1000 – 5000 stickers in the area representing the crowd of people, and put the white sheet on the bulletin board. Then, read “The Boy Who Shared His Lunch”

Extra activity, if needed, or hand out at the end of the session: Crossword puzzle

Can use: http://puzzlemaker.school.discovery.com/

Crossword puzzle hints:

Across:
3. Jesus ______ the food. (blessed)
5. There were ________ baskets of leftover food (twelve)
7. The boy had five _______. (loaves)
9. There were five _________ men in the crowd. (thousand)

Down:
1. When He went ashore, He saw a great _______. (crowd)
2. Jesus and His disciples went across the Sea of __________. (Galilee)
4. They went to a grassy area near the city of ________ (Bethsaida)
5. The boy had ______ fish. (two)
6. We put food in the paper sacks for the Feed My ______ program. (Sheep)
8. The boy ________ his lunch. (shared)
10. Jesus said, “I am the ______ of life.” (bread)
12. We visited the St. John’s Food ______. (Bank)




A lesson set written by Wendy J. Graham from: Immanuel Lutheran Church, Boise Idaho

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