8 Activities for All Saints Day - On November 1st the church remembers the saints of God – all faithful servants and believers. The day honors saints who have died and of all Christian persons. All Hallows’ Eve, October 31st (from which our Halloween comes); All Saints’ Day; and All Souls’ Day (November 2nd – the Day of the Faithful Departed), are connected and are often celebrated together.
Here are some ways that you can celebrate All Saints Day at home or in church from the Building Faith website.
All Saint's -Illustrated Ministry's children bundle includes:
*An Illustrated Children’s Moment (full-color illustration and Leader Guide)
*B&W Illustrated Children’s Moment coloring page
*Children’s Worship Bulletin specifically for All Saints' Day
*Sunday School Session focusing on helping children understand All Saints' Day
*Another All Saints' Day coloring page
Hildegard's Gift - Hildegard’s gift did not come on her birthday or under the tree on Christmas morning, but “it arrived when no one was looking, not even Hildegard.” Hildegard’s Gift is an expressive and imaginative telling of the life of St. Hildegard of Bingen as she discovers her own beautiful God-given voice and shares it with the world through art, music, service, and writing. Written by Megan Hoyt Illustrated by Dave Hill
World Communion Sunday:
World Communion Sunday (First Sunday of Every October) - from Illustrated Ministry a multifaceted coloring liturgical resource.