COMING SOON - JUNGLE ADVENTURE HOLIDAY CLUB!
Welcome to Jungle Adventure Holiday Club. What a wonderful world we live in - we see a glimpse of God’s character and majesty as we look at his fingerprints in the world he created. God reveals who he is before we say anything. As we explore the Bible, we see God communicating through his creation, from speaking through a burning bush, a psalmist in awe of the stars, and Jesus himself using creation to point us to the wonder of who God is.
Jungle Adventure also makes use of the outdoors as the connection in exploring who Jesus is and the difference that he can make to us.
The aim – to help children discover Jesus, who being God, is the greatest guide ever
Jungle Adventure takes us on a journey of discovering Jesus, through the eyes of Peter who was called by Jesus, and experienced first-hand Jesus’ care, provision and deep friendship. As children explore Peter’s adventure and explore the Bible for themselves, our prayer is that they will discover Jesus as their own guide and friend.
In discovering Jesus being God, as the greatest guide ever we will:
- Help children experience the wonder of meeting Jesus, through exploring his word and creation
- Invite children to encounter and respond to the significance of Jesus
What is Jungle Adventure?
- A five day outdoors Bible based holiday club resource
- Aimed at all children aged 5-11
- Five 2 ½ hour sessions
Jungle Adventure is written for use in an outdoor woodland setting. However, easy adaptions are included so it can be used wherever you are - a field or park, a church car park or even indoors.
Jungle Adventure explores five Bible stories as we engage in the natural environment: listening, following footprints, watching weather patterns - even painting with berries and sitting around a warm fire. Jungle Adventure is a strongly experiential week using memorable stories and engaging different learning styles to create a week that children will not forget.
Using the jungle theme, we have kept the familiar colour and excitement many children have come to expect from church holiday clubs to provide a fun element. This can be primarily delivered through brightly coloured costumes and the group jeeps created on day 1 of the programme.