Easter Interaction

On The Cross & He Is Risen

Bringing Good Friday and Easter Sunday to life

Digital Activites

An AR Easter Resource

Thank you for sharing our excitement in the new Augmented Reality Easter Resource that we have created. This resource is for you to use this Easter time as you bring to life a family-friendly scene of the cross and the resurrection round the table at home. We pray this resource will bless many families and churches looking to support all who are celebrating Easter and exploring the exciting message of Easter around the family table at home.

Within this resource, there are two Augmented Reality experiences – one called ‘At the cross’ and the other called ‘He is risen’. These are both accompanied by a devotion and activity card that helps you to reflect and to take part in fun activities as you explore this exciting moment in history and the new life it offers each of us.

How to scan the resource with or without a printer

To connect to the AR resources online, you will need to either print the resources which will enable you to scan them with your smartphone. Or alternatively, have the image on a tablet placed flat on a table and use your phone to scan the image directly from the screen.

Digital technology is a great tool to communicate a message or a theme and we have created a set of interactive, Bible-based activities and everyday life-faith stories that can be accessed on your smartphone using Augmented Reality. These can be used within RE lessons, Chaplaincy spaces, prayer spaces, youth groups, residentials, around the table at home and as a personal devotion. We’d like to invite you to download other samples of Augmented Reality activities which we have created. You will find a sample of the 12 Revelations of Christmas and The Good Samaritan.  These can be found by clicking on the sample button. Our plan is to continue creating new digital resources.

Accompanying Video Resources

In this reflection activity, children can use any seven small items and three post-it notes to reflect on repentance and forgiveness.

This children’s craft activity explores Jesus’s ressurection by getting them to draw around their hand and reflect on the words love, forgiveness, peace, hope & joy and to understand that Jesus has risen.

Resurrection and Easter Art Resources

The Easter Journey: 10 artistic Interpretations of the Easter story

An aspiring artist called Isaac has worked together with Missional Generation to create a set of 10 artistic impressions of the story of Easter. Alongside each piece of art, we have put together a bible devotion to help people of all ages to spend time reflecting on Easter, looking at the Bible and considering Jesus’ sacrifice afresh.

Within this booklet you will have the chance to explore the story of Easter, looking at Jesus and what He went through to enable any believer to find wholeness, forgiveness and freedom. We believe that these bespoke images will help draw the reader closer to Jesus and help them realise the magnitude of what He did for us all. In time, we pray these devotions will draw people into a deeper relationship with God and bring others to faith.

Youth Group Options

These are available in printed booklets so that you can use them in sessions with young people. They would be great for small groups, personal time with God, youth groups and could also be used in peer cell groups in a school setting.

School Options

We can supply the resources on power point for a cost of £30 (no delivery charge as these will be available to download after purchasing). Schools may wish to order a powerpoint for their collective worship/ morning reflection time alongside a package of paper copies so that each form tutor has a copy to refer to.