Easter remembering

Make a plan to remember Jesus and what He means to you together as a family.

When Jesus had his last Passover meal with his friends, He broke bread and asked them to remember Him “whenever they did this”. The text isn’t clear whether He meant whenever you break a piece of bread, whenever you eat together, or whenever you celebrate Passover. However, it’s possible for us to remember Jesus using bread in any or all of this moments in life.

Make a plan of something your family could use to remember Jesus and what He means to you. Depending on your church tradition, you might like to use a version of bread and grape juice, or choose something completely different.

Be creative, and remember it doesn’t have to be a long thing – just a moment to pause and thank Jesus for dying for us so we could be friends with God, and that His new life means we can have new life too.

If you like this activity, you might like to look at this family Shabbat meal idea or at some of these Passover ideas.


Looking for a fun, easy Easter activity?

These Easter puppets are simple to make and you'll have fun telling the story together using the storyboard.

Available as a book or a download