Children's Chapel: Lamb of God
By Janice Truitt, Children's Minister
This week we discussed the meaning of John 1:29-43 and created art that depicted the verse.
The day after Jesus was baptized he went back to the Jordan River. When John the Baptist saw Jesus, he said “Here is the Lamb of God who takes away the sins of the world!” In other words, John was saying that Jesus would take away the sins of all of God’s family.
Colored Tissue Paper
Template for Lamb
Print lamb template on white cardstock.
For young children cut out the shape of the lamb and ½ inch wide strips for the cross (11 inches and 6 ½ inches) from brown cardstock.
Cut 1 ¼ inch mat frame out of the black, purple, or blue cardstock. The variety of colors is to allow choice for the students. There should be a second piece of cardstock 8 ½ inches by 11 inches that will be used for the backing that matches the frame.
Tear a variety of colors of tissue paper to be used for the sky and land. The strips should be about 7 ½ inches long by 1 to 2 inches wide
Glue strips of tissue paper to the back of the mat frame.
Glue second cardstock to the back of mat to keep the tissue paper in place.
Glue cross to the front as a diagonal.
Glue lamb to front, tuck cross between two front legs of lamb.