I found these 6 activities for St. Patrick’s Day on Pinterest. Here are six great St. Patrick’s Day ideas from Pinterest that you can use in your ministry.
- Bulletin Board Idea: Check out this colorful bulletin board from Happy Home Fairy. The person behind the idea and website is an associate children’s ministry director. Using Deuteronomy 7:6, this board will remind all those who walk by that they’re God’s treasure.
- Trinity Talkers: The story goes that St. Patrick taught others about the trinity using the three-leaf shamrocks found all around Ireland. Here are two ideas that I found while searching Pinterest that put a crafty spin on St. Patrick’s trinity lesson.
- Paper Plate Hats: These holiday hats from alphamom are adorable and affordable. Just some quick snips with a pair of scissors, decorate, and you’re done. Plus, the shamrock hat is a perfect addition to the trinity story we just talked about.
- Sneaky Service: Leprechauns are sneaky, and so is this cool service project. Kids do something nice in secret for someone and leave behind a token encouraging them to pay it forward. You can also change the text of the poem to reflect more on why God wants us to serve others.
- Count Your Blessings: During St. Patrick’s Day, there’s a lot of talk about luck. Although we try to stay away from the idea of talking about luck, I think we can all agree we are lucky to have such a great God. This craft will get your kids thinking about all the ways they’re lucky to be blessed.
- Hand Crafted: A four-leaf clover is a rare thing to find. It’s very unique, just like the way God made us. This craft will create a special four-leaf clover that parents will want to keep forever, hands-down.***
Don’t forget to check out our own Children’s Ministry Magazine Pinterest board. We’re constantly updating it with amazing ideas that will work in your ministry.
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