BALLOONSTREAM

Red Balloon Foundation are committed to supporting families who cannot, for whatever reason, attend church services especially during Covid-19...

so we developed BalloonStream, a live and interactive streaming service where families can log in from their own home and enjoy great children's and youth provision from their own home.

If you are interested in RBF working with your church or organisation to develop programmes specific to your own setting, please contact office@rbf.org.uk

As our groups go back to meeting in person we have paused BalloonStream. 

 

 

 

If you would like to see any of our sessions through the last year have a look below or check out our YouTube channel. If you would like to use anything from these clips in your families ministry feel free to but please do reference us.

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STREAMS

You can view previous streams and download accompanying resources from this page...

Sunday 19th April

Theme: Peace be With You (Thomas Believes)

Downloadable Content Coming Soon

Children's Stream 10:15am on 19th April

Young People's Stream 11:30am on 19th April

Sunday 12th April

Theme: The Resurrection (Jesus is Alive!)

Downloadable Content...

Activity Sheet (Print Double Sided and Fold into a Booklet)

Create Idea - Resurrection Trees

Play Idea - The Empty Tomb

Sunday 5th April

Theme: Lord of all Creation (The Triumphal Entry)

Downloadable Content...

Activity Sheet (Print Double Sided and Fold into a Booklet)

Create Idea - Rock and Roll

Play Idea - The Golden Gate

Sunday 29th March

Theme: Jesus Wept (The Raising of Lazarus)

Downloadable Content...

Activity Sheet (Print Double Sided and Fold into a Booklet)

Create Idea - Letter to a Friend

Play Idea - Tomb Racer

Balloonstream begins on 29th March

So there's no video content for this week, but while you're waiting for, why not have a look at this picture and chat through some of these ideas with your children...

Or if your children are a bit older, you could work through some of these ideas with them instead...