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Christopher Robin: Is it better to be a child or a grown-up?

Assembly Objective:

  • Is it better to be a child or a grown-up? This assembly is an exploration of ‘the different worlds’ of the child and the grown-up and includes a reflection upon a biblical perspective.

Film:

  • Christopher Robin (Disney, 2018) certificate PG, click here to buy the DVD online.

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Peter Rabbit: How should we celebrate Harvest festival?

Assembly Objective:

  • How should we celebrate Harvest festival? This assembly explores Harvest from a biblical perspective as both a time of celebration and for showing concern for others.

Film:

  • Peter Rabbit (Sony Pictures, 2018) certificate PG, click here to buy the DVD online.

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Pride comes before a fall

Assembly Objective:

  • What does it feel like to be on the receiving end of pride? This assembly uses Bible passages from Proverbs to encourage children to think about the reasons behind pride.

Film:    

  • Nanny McPhee and the Big Bang (Universal, 2010) certificate U. Click here to buy the DVD online.

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The Boss Baby: Who is baby Jesus?

Assembly Objective:

  • Who is the baby Jesus? This assembly explores Christian beliefs about Jesus and the religious significance of Christmas.

Film:

  • The Boss Baby (Dreamworks Animation, 2017) certificate U, click here to buy the DVD online.

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The Lego Batman Movie: Is it good to be alone?

Assembly Objective:

  • Is it good to be alone? This assembly explores a Biblical response to the experience of loneliness as portrayed in The Lego Batman Movie.

Film:

  • The Lego Batman Movie (Warner Bros. Pictures, 2017) certificate U, click here to buy the DVD online.

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Trolls: Where Does Happiness Come From?

Assembly Objective:

  • Where does happiness come from? This assembly explores what the Bible teaches about the ultimate source of happiness and links the theme of Trolls to the story of Pentecost.

Film:

  • Trolls (Walt Disney Studios, 2016) certificate U, click here to buy the DVD online.

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