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  • Ahlberg 73.1%
  • Kipling 77.8%
  • Jeffers 91.6%
  • Milligan 80%
  • Rowling 93.3%
  • Morpurgo 92.3%
  • Shakespeare 94.2%

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LI: To explore how and where worshippers connect to prayer and worship

 

Vocabulary: 

  • Church
  • Christian
  • Christianity
  • Bible
  • Jesus
  • God
  • altar
  • lectern
  • font

 

Task 1:

Are these statements below true or false? Do you already know the answers if they're false? Is there anything that you want to know about a Church? Write down some questions you may have. 

Discussion:

 

What is in a Church? Do you know any of the items you may find? Have a think. Then below is a video of Reverend Daniel taking us around the Church and showing us the different symbols and items in a Church.

What Is Church?

Task 2:

Where did Reverend Daniel says that people have held Churches before?

 

Why is a Church is special or sacred (holy) to Christians?

 

What symbols or signs or objects did you see in the Church and what do they represent?

 

Challenge: 

The Church is often built in a particular shape. Looking at the picture below can you write what shape it is and why you think it is in that shape?

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