Children - Sunday, 4 June 2023 – Holy Trinity, First Sunday after Pentecost, Year A.


The children could make and display symbols of the Trinity. In a talk with the children, these symbols may be used as a way of explaining the doctrine of God as three in one. Other possibilities are to use a clover leaf (St Patrick’s illustration of the Trinity), or three candles all lit from the one flame. Some candle shops sell candles with three wicks. This may also be a good example, to show how the three flames are all the one candle.

Children's Address for Holy Trinity: Holy Trinity

Leading Children's Addresses

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Come and See Jesus

The Come and See Jesus curriculum published by Openbook Publishers has a wealth of material and ideas that may be adapted for use in worship. Please note that a new edition of this material is currently available for the Revised Common Lectionary.

The story for Trinity in year A is: ‘The beginning of the world (Genesis 1:1 – 2:3)’ (to be found in both the original edition and in the RCL edition Series A for Trinity).



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