Need Halloween Lessons for Sunday School? Find free Sunday School lessons for Youth, Children and Preschool to use on or around Oct 31st.
When is Halloween 2020?
This year October 31 falls on a Saturday.
Wanting to reach out to kids in your area with the love of Christ this Trick-or-Treat season? Perhaps your church would consider hosting an Alternative Event for Youth or putting on the Perfect Kids' Party.
Or maybe in this time of social distancing and reopening of churches, you'd like to host a Trunk-or-Treat for your neighborhood!
Find helpful hints for planning these events right here at Sunday School Center!
Think about all those children who will be in Sunday School on the weekend before October 31st talking about how they are going Trick-or-Treating and what they will be dressed up as... etc... etc..
My best advice is to have some relevant, reliable Sunday School lessons on hand just for that day!
REMEMBER: The best defense is a good offense!
These Sunday School lessons are all age-appropriate, and discuss Biblical truths about God, the devil, and angels. Scriptural references are provided for all the major points.
Each of these lessons includes fun game ideas to do with the children in your classroom! The preschool lesson even gives you the option of having a Mini-Carnival in the room!
If you are in charge of making the BIG decisions at your church, then you may be trying to decide whether or not to have a Children's Party or an Alternative Event for Youth this year.
Read the pros and cons for Having the Party or Not!
I'll save you some of the suspense... My advice is "Have the Party!" (Again... the best defense is a good offense!)
Download the handout on planning the Perfect Kids' Party for Halloween!
Or the handout for planning an Alternative Event for Youth!
Or visit our NEW Trunk or Treat page to find out how to host your own Trunk or Treat event!
You'll find all of these resources full of helpful ideas to help
you plan the Halloween party or alternative event you want to have
around October 31st!
These are not easy questions for us to discuss or to deal with.
Unfortunately, our culture does not allow us to avoid them. More often, it thrusts these discussions upon us, demanding answers from the church, such as: What do you believe? What do you stand for? Whom do you serve?
Our answers must be well thought through and biblically based. Furthermore, we must always remember that we serve a mighty God, who knows all and sees all, and is BIGGER than any of our adversaries or present difficulties!
Thank you for your patience and for your understanding! May God continue to bless you and your ministry!
With love in Christ,