Children’s Activities During COVID-19

Visit the YouTube Channel of the Rev.Mark Chiang of St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, Edmonton for some scintillating Children’s Stories. Click here.

Mark has a special Children’s Message about Racism which you will find here. Mark says this about the racism video message. It’s important that we talk, as a church, about racism — and that includes talking with our kids. This wasn’t included in our regular worship because I think parents should check it out first. Parents: I mention George Floyd’s murder and the subsequent protests, but I don’t get into any details.

Click here to see some beautiful bead work done to express the theme of the Sunday Church School lesson for June 14. And here for some other images of the craft work done for June 14.

Click here to see an experiment with “water colours.”

Struggling with finding meaningful activities for young children?

Chalice Press is offering a really inexpensive ($3.99 us) PDF download of 15 prayers and activities to share with your children. From a morning gratitude cafe, to creating a labyrinth, to a prayer practice for calming anxious thoughts, pastor and mother Traci Smith offers more than a dozen creative, simple, and inspiring ways to make your family’s everyday moments into sacred ones.

Click here.

Some pictures produced by the children of our families

The burning bush (burning but not consumed) is an important biblical image.

The child’s hands were traced to make the flames.






Pentecost is an important day in the Christian Calendar.



We couldn’t help it. We adapted the picture to be a stained glass on parchment paper.

It’s very important to have juice after church!

It’s also very important to use colour to express our ideas.