Diddy Disciples 2: January to August

Diddy Disciples 2: January to August

Worship And Storytelling Resources For Babies, Toddlers And Young Children

Sharon Moughtin-Mumby

£24.99

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Diddy Disciples is a creative and playful new worship and Bible storytelling resource for those who work with babies, toddlers and young children. This inspiring book aims to encourage participation, discipleship and leadership from children’s earliest years, using storytelling, singing, colour, repetition, art and lots and lots of movement!

Leaders can use the material to create a service that follows the pattern of their church’s Sunday worship, a simple mid-week baby and toddler singing session or anything in between!

Book 2 includes:
· 36 weeks’ worth of fully worked-out sessions for key festivals and seasons of the church year
· plenty of opportunities to tailor the material to your own context
· all sorts of creative ‘starter ideas’ for using everyday art and play resources to spark children’s imaginations

The units are:

- Jesus, Light of the World! (Epiphany)
- John the Baptist (the weeks before Lent)
- The Journey to the Cross (Lent)
- Jesus Is Alive! Alleluia! (Easter)
- Let Your Kingdom Come (Green Time)
- God’s Best Friend, Moses (Green Time)

‘This is a book for those who take children seriously. A wonderful, practical resource for those who want to nurture children to be disciples in their own right: to pray, to engage with Scripture, to contribute to worship, to play their part as children of God. A must-read for those who work and volunteer with very young children.’
The Most Revd Justin Welby, Archbishop of Canterbury

‘An exceptional and inspiring resource.’
Dr Rebecca Nye, Godly play expert and researcher in children’s spirituality

‘Sharon Moughtin-Mumby brings the wisdom of a professional biblical scholar to the task of communicating the essence of the Bible to very young children . . . Very user-friendly material from which adults can learn too.’
The Revd John Barton, Emeritus Professor, University of Oxford


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