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Collective Worship Tuesday 7th July

RHebblewhite - 05 Jul 2020

Tuesday 7th July

   
Joy Always - Quotes, Poems, Prayers, Books and Words of Wisdom ...



Good Morning everyone!
Welcome to Tuesday
's Collective Worship,

With Mrs Hebblewhite.

Our theme this week is:

 The joy of The Lord - Calvary Pentecostal Church

Yesterday we talked about the meaning of joy, and reflected about some of the things that 'bring' us joy.

 
  • Can you remember what 'joy' means?
  • What types of things might 'bring' someone joy?

Sometimes it is the big things that bring us joy, like receiving a Birthday present or finishing a test
or exam at school.


  • Can you think of something big that happened in your life recently that made you feel joy? (I felt joyous when I heard that my family and I could move to our new house after lockdown, as we had waited a long time!).
  • Can you think of a time when you felt joyous or happy for someone else? (The first time Ethan rode his bike without stabilisers and swam a length brought me joy!).
 
  • What could you do to make someone else feel a little bit of joy today? (This is a tricky one!).
 
It is not always big exciting events that bring us joy. If you take the time to look all around you, you will see that there are plenty of little miracles happening all around us everyday that can bring us joy.
Watch this short poem.


I would like to share with you the clips of your friends and teachers that you sent me last week, to make our very own music video. Seeing you all happy and well made me feel joy. Thank you all for sending me your videos.
 I hope this brings a little bit of joy
to your day too!


So it's not always the big things that bring us joy! 
Do you agree?
 

Let's finish with a prayer. 


Dear Lord,

prayer,peace, joy, love, hope, God | Prayers of encouragement ...

Amen.


I hope you have enjoyed today's Collective Worship. 

Have a great day everyone! 
Missing you!
Mrs Hebblewhite x
 

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