Last Christmas, we shared these ideas & freebies, but some of you weren’t here. This year, to save you some time, I’m bringing them back in case you missed them.

Ok, so maybe those aren’t the lyrics, but it’s true! (And you already have my heart anyway, kidmin leader.) Here are our top resources from Last Christmas (and Last Last Christmas too!)

2 Christmas Volunteer Appreciation Ideas

Spread some Christmas cheer to your volunteers with these simple, easy, and affordable gift ideas! Your team will be soda-lighted to recieve them! 🙂

Happy Birthday Jesus Candle Activity

Use this printable to give the families in your ministry an interactive prayer activity for Christmas Day! It’s perfect for your Christmas Eve goody bags.

The Best Gift For Parents: A PNO!

This holiday season, give the parents in your ministry the best gift ever: a night out without the kids. Host a Parents’ Night Out (PNO) where you have youth or empty nesters watch the children while their parents enjoy 4 hours of children-free time.

Noisy Christmas Interactive Script

Use this script to share the Christmas story in an interactive way that gets the whole family involved and keeps even the youngest engaged.

Snowflake Scavenger Hunt

Use this winter scavenger hunt to help remind kids that God made each snowflake special and unique – just like them!

Rock N Roll Christmas Party

My friends over at RISING Church in GA hosted a family-fun Christmas event that was a huge hit with the whole church. They rented out the local skate rink from 6-8 PM on a Sunday evening for a “Rock N Roll” Christmas Party!

Want even more Christmas Ideas? Check out what we shared 2 Christmases ago here, and explore all of our favorite Christmas resources in the DKM Marketplace here!

For those of you who now have the 80s Christmas song stuck in you’re head, you’re welcome.

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