By creating fresh starts, we work with God to care for all and participate in the holy work of renewal so all may joyfully gather at the table together, receiving God’s abundance. Through hearing God’s instruction in Leviticus 25, the children will learn the meaning and history of “Jubilee.” Children will see how rest/sabbath, fresh starts, and taking care of one another are all important forms of compassion and justice.
Session 5- Compassion Gives Us a Fresh Start
This document is the entire session 5 curriculum! There’s a ton of content- so print, pick and choose what fits your family best, and make the session yours!
Need extra copies of the individual activities? Use the separated print outs provided.
Session 5 Song- Compassion Prayer
May we be filled with compassion. May we be filled up to the top of our hearts.
When we have the power to make something right. May we show God’s love.
May we be shown compassion. May we be found in the center of peace.
When we have needs that others can meet. May we find God’s love.
Print-Out Activities Separately!
Looking for individual copies of the activities? These pdfs make printing out specific activity pages from the session for your kid(s) easy-peasy.
Connecting with Younger Compassion Campers
Additional Art Projects and Activities
Compassion Camp Songs
Digging Deeper: For Older Elementary & Youth
Today we are attempting to grow seeds of change and newness in the world around us. We want to take what we’ve learned this week out into the world and watch our compassion grow.
Start today by watching one (or both) of the following documentaries (both on YouTube for free):
“Billions in Change”
“The Story of Bottled Water”
Both of these documentaries are about WATER and how we are facing a global crisis of water.
How do you feel differently about water after watching these? What do you think are small steps you can take to solving the problem?
It’s time to take action!
Check out worldwaterday.org to see how you can participate in World Water Day 2021 and ways in which you can help!