Family Faith Sunday School lessons

Family Faith lessons are held the first Sunday of each month in a hybrid form. Join in-person or via Zoom while a teacher presents a Bible story, a lesson, and a craft or activity that you can do together as a family. On the other weeks of the month, we’ll share at-home lessons and activities that families can do together. If you’d like to be added to the list to receive these resources and reminders about upcoming teacher-led lessons, please email Desirae or Jen.

The Boy at the Temple lesson

The Boy at the Temple video story

Easy Mother’s Day crafts (video instructions)

Story slides with questions

He’s Alive, He’s Alive song (video)

Easter craft (video instructions) – Materials needed: paper plates, construction paper, scissors, glue

The Empty Tomb coloring page

Click here to access the slide deck that includes the story, discussion questions, and other activities

Click here for the slide deck that has all the links

Mary Showed her Love for Jesus craft

Mary Honored Jesus word search

Mary Anoints Jesus Coloring Pages

Bible Story (Video)

Video lesson (grades 3-6)

Craft (video instructions)

Coloring page 

The Greatest Commandment song

‘The Greatest Commandment’ story is on page 308 of the Spark Bible. These questions go with the story.

Thanks to everyone who helped in making our first-ever Christmas Drama video.  Watch it here.

(Please note the video is set to ‘unlisted’ so anyone with the link can watch, however, it will not show in the public library of Concordia Church’s YouTube page).

Today’s lesson was live (via in-person and Zoom).

Click here to find a copy of the presentation slides and embedded video story, pictures, and craft.

Watch the recorded Sunday School lesson here.

Link to craft video

Story: ‘A Ruler from Bethlehem’

Advent Booklet:What is the meaning behind the candles on the Advent wreath?

Advent Calendar to color

Advent Bible verse cards (read the corresponding card as you color the day on the calendar above)

Video: A child telling the story of Elisha feeds 100

Additional Video: The story read from the Children’s Bible

Discussion Questions (answers in parentheses):
1. Who was Elisha? (a person who gave people messages from God)
2. What did Elisha do? (He prayed for people and helped them give offerings to God.)
3. What did the man bring to Elijah in a bag? ( 20 loaves of bread)
4. What did Elijah tell the man to do with his 20 loaves of bread?(give it to the people to eat)
5. When Elijah noticed the confused look on his face, what did Elijah remind the man about God? (God promises to take care of us and give us enough food to eat)
6. How much food do you think it would take to feed 100 people dinner at your house?

Crafts about feeding multitudes 

Additional Coloring Page 1
Additional Coloring Page 2

Video Lesson: The Story of Rebekah

Discussion Questions(answers in parentheses):

1. Where did the servant go to find a wife for Isaac? (To the town where Abraham grew up so he went on a long journey where people believed in God.)
2. Who did the servant pray to for help? (God)
3. Where did the servant decide to go? (To the well and ask a woman for a drink.)
4. Who was the woman that came to the well? (Rebekah) What did she give to the servant? (a drink for the servant and water for the camels)
5. What was God’s plan? (For Rebekkah to marry Isaac and they had twin boys named Esau and Jacob)
6. You are part of God’s promise to Abraham too! How does that make you feel?

Lesson Plan 1 (with simple craft about prayer)

(Optional) Lesson Plan 2 (with complicated craft – pg.5)
Activity Pages on pgs. 9-10

Rachel and Issac coloring page 1
Rachel and Issac coloring page 2

Click on the links below for two video lessons, a craft and a coloring page

Video Lesson: Abraham and Sarah

Additional Video Lesson: Abraham and Sarah

Abraham and Sarah Move Craft

God keeps his promises Coloring Page

Discussion Questions (answers in parentheses):
1. When Abraham was 99 years old, what were he and his wife Sarai waiting for? ( God’s promise of a huge family to come true.)
2. When the visitors came to visit Abraham and Sarah what did Sarah do? (she started laughing)
3. What was the name of the baby boy that Abraham and Sarah had? (Isaac which means laughter)
4. Make a promise to a family member. Be sure to keep it.

God’s Promise to Abram

Read-aloud story

Discussion questions : Ask these questions after reading the story

Craft: Stained Glass star

Downloadable Coloring sheet: Abram & Sarai

Summer Family Faith Series – Six Days of Creation

The story of creation: invites wonder at the majesty of God, affirms God’s love for us, and sparks gratitude for God’s precious gift of nature. Children (and their families) are invited to watch a short video story and lesson, create or complete the craft/activity (resources are downloadable), and learn about our beautiful planet (stories based on Genesis 1 and materials provided through Children’s Ministry via The Sunday School Store).

Click on the plus button to expand each day’s video and resources.  Simply click on the links provided.

Betsy kicks off our summer ‘God Made Everything’ series.  Click below to download the corresponding resources.

Day 1 Video Lesson (YouTube)
Day 1 ‘Night & Day’ Creation Booklet
Day 1 School Age Activity
Day 1 Toddler Age Activity

Betsy shares a lesson about God’s creation of the land and the vegetation it produced. Click the downloadable resources below!

Day 3 Video Lesson (YouTube)

Day 3 ‘Land’ Creation Booklet
Day 3 God made dry land coloring page
Day 3 God made dry land coloring page
Day 3 Planting Seeds activity

Dana shares a lesson about God’s creation of day and night, including the sun, moon, and stars. Watch the video and then click the downloadable resources below!

Day 4 Video Lesson (YouTube)

Day 4: Day & Night Creation Booklet
Day 4: Decoding Activity

Jen shares a lesson about what happened on Day 5 of God’s Creation.  Watch the video and then click the downloadable resources below!

Day 5 Video Lesson (YouTube)

Day 5: Creation Booklet
Day 5: Ocean Creatures

Day 5: Make your own bird!

Jen shares a lesson about what happened on Day 5 of God’s Creation.  Watch the video and then click the downloadable resources below!

Day 6 Video Lesson (YouTube)

Day 6-7: Creation booklet

Day 6: Coloring page

Archived Children’s Lesson & Activities

The resources below correspond with the Children’s Lesson provided that same day during the worship service.  Click on the video lesson link below or head over to the church’s library of past worship services to view the children’s lesson as a part of the larger worship service.

June 20th – Jen reminds us that Jesus can calm any storm. Click here to watch the video lesson.  Create your own pinwheel to help remember who controls the wind.

May 30th – Thanks to Dana for providing the children’s lesson today.  She shares a great illustration in her video lesson of how to think about the Holy Trinity.  Download the coloring page she made here.

May 16th – Thanks to Arlene for sharing ways that help us pray. View the video lesson here. There are two printable coloring pages that support today’s message that you can complete at home. To download them both, click here and here.

May 2 – Watch the video lesson and learn how Jesus is the vine and we are the branches! Click for the coloring page here.

April 18th – View video here. Thanks to Betsy Ries for leading our children’s lesson this Sunday. Find a printable coloring page link here.  Find a printable bulletin for older children here.   Click here to watch a how-to video for a fun ‘Jesus Appears’ craft you can replicate using crayons and watercolors.

April 4th – Pastor Zook leads our children’s lesson on Easter Sunday. Watch the video lesson here.  Click here to download and print the coloring page.

Palm Sunday – You can find the video lesson here.  Click here to download and print the Palm Sunday craft.  (March, 2021)

Looking for information about our weekly Worship Service? Click here.

Video links

The Bible Project has many short, illustrated videos that tell stories from the Bible.

Click here for a link to the resurrection story in Luke 24. (4:58 min)

With all video resources, we encourage parents to view first, to ensure the video is age-appropriate for their child(ren).

Additional Support

If you would like to connect with someone from Concordia or if you are trying to find a particular type of family faith resource, connect with our Director of Mission Development, Jen Phillips at