Easter is always an important season in children’s ministry, especially as we help families connect with each other and with Jesus. Browse all of our Easter resources here, but check out our top 5 Family Easter resources below to help families engage and interact with the Easter story in a variety of ways!
40 Days of Remembering Jesus – I know Lent started 2 weeks ago, but it’s never too late for a family to start being intentional about remembering Jesus each day. This one-sheet printable PDF is filled with boxes that are numbered for each day in Lent. Each day, families spend time writing down or drawing things they know or remember about Jesus. Download this resource here.
Easter Family Worship Guide & Art Activity – This one is perfect for the creative families in your ministry! Using this guide, families make space (at least 30 min) on each of the three major Easter days – Palm Sunday, Good Friday, and Easter – to pray, read, and create together as a family. Download this resource here.
Candy Butterfly Easter Invitations – This resource helps families invite OTHER families to your church for Easter! These colorful invitations are EASY to make and FUN to give away. They’re a fun and yummy way to get children excited about inviting their friends to church for Easter. Download the customizable invitations here.
Sense of Holy Week Experience – This family resource is more of a family event! Set up stations like a hands-on interactive museum through which families can take a self-guided tour on a sensory experience through Jesus’ last days on earth from the Triumphal Entry to the Empty Tomb. Learn about hosting this unique interactive experience here.
OK, OK, I know I said this post only had 5 family Easter resources, but the one listed below released recently and it’s so creative, I just couldn’t leave it out!
EASTERriffic Faith Adventures – This resource is designed to help families explore and experience the rich meaning of Easter by completing action challenges, discussion questions, and more. Each challenge card is also used to complete a springtime puzzle with hidden objects for kids and families to find! Learn more here.