Did anyone use the Pentecost worksheet this weekend? If so it would be really helpful to know how it went as I’m on the verge of drawing lots of new ones. You could leave a comment in the comments below or send a quick e-mail to me at dave(at)cartoonchurch.com. Thank you!
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3 Responses to “Pentecost”
Hi, Dave, I used your Pentecost worksheet, as planned. I “cheated”, since it was part of a 1/2 hour all-age worship slot. So, after playing the Pentecost reading, I got all the under-30s (till 30 in Israel you had no voice in public!) to pair up with a 30+ who wrote the answers. They only had about 5 mins so couldn’t finish them, but had fun trying. Then I asked questions, we only had 3 votes for Firefox ;( And used that to spend 1.5 minutes doing the “talk”.
I am biased, but we got good feedback and everyone seemed to have fun. I’ve added you to my Bloglines subscriptions!
Sarah H says:
We used the sheet for our secondary school post church group. They liked the sheet overall – they thought there should have been more but I think this means they liked it!! Thought is was cool. They said some of the boxes were too small to write in. They particularly liked the fact that it wasn’t too prescriptive cos you could do any bit first; there was no SECTION 1 about it.
We had some pretty good discussions off the back of some of the questions it asked.
They did suggest maybe there could be an explanation sheet that went with it but I rather think that might be a failing in the person leading the session (me) not in the one writing the worksheet!
Have just used the Pentecost worksheet, enlarged to A2 size, for a combined effort with a group of alert 80-90 year olds in a residential home! It went well and they enjoyed it. We discussed all the answers, though we did not have time for my scribe to fill in all the answers at the bottom. Each happily took away an A4 copy, as a reminder,and maybe to do individually. Thank you – saved me preparing a talk!