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Children’s Sermons For Fall

When the leaves start changing and the weather starts to get cooler, we know it’s time to start thinking about all things fall. We can’t wait to start wearing sweaters and scarves, carving pumpkins, and eating pumpkin pie. But there’s another reason why we look forward to the fall season: it’s when we get to celebrate the birth of our Lord Jesus Christ!

We want to help you celebrate this special time of year with your kids. These Sunday School lessons are designed for children from kindergarten through fourth grade, but they can be adapted for any age group. We hope these activities will help you teach your kids about God’s love and obedience in a way that is fun and engaging. They will also help them understand the true meaning behind this holiday season so that they can follow Jesus’ example every day of their lives.

Here you will find a collection of fall-themed sermons and activities that you can use to help your kids prepare for the upcoming season.

These are great ways to teach little ones about the importance of gratitude, giving back, and being thankful for all that they have.

This is a great time to focus on the value of being grateful and thankful, whether it’s for family, friends or just a day off from school. There are plenty of children’s sermons for fall that convey these themes. Consider incorporating them into your Sunday School curriculum this fall!

The Fall ​Sunday School⁤ Lesson

Today, we gather to reflect on the lesson of The Fall. The story of Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden serves as a cautionary tale for all of us, reminding us of the consequences of disobedience and the importance of staying faithful to God’s word.The Disobedience of Adam and EveLet us turn to Genesis 3:1-7, where we see the beginning of the fall of mankind. The serpent, who is Satan, tempts Eve to eat the forbidden fruit from the tree of knowledge of good and evil. Eve succumbs to temptation and eats the fruit, then gives some to Adam who also eats it. This act of disobedience leads to shame, fear, and separation from God.The Consequences of SinAs we read in Genesis 3:16-19, God pronounces consequences for their sin. The serpent is cursed to crawl on its belly, Eve will experience pain in childbirth, and Adam will have to toil for his food. This serves as a reminder that sin has consequences and affects not only ourselves but also those around us.Hope and RedemptionDespite the fall of mankind, there is hope and redemption through Jesus Christ. In Romans 5:12, we are reminded that through one man, sin entered the world, but through another man, Jesus, we have forgiveness and salvation. By accepting Jesus as our Lord and Savior, we can be redeemed and restored to a right relationship with God.


Let us learn from the lesson of The Fall and strive to live righteous and obedient lives, following God’s commandments and trusting in His plan for us. May we always seek forgiveness and redemption through Jesus Christ, who has paid the price for our sins and offers us eternal life.

Children’s sermons for fall

Theme

God know the seasons of our life.

Object

Some leaves showing the colors of fall.

Scripture

There is a time for everything, and a season for every activity under heaven. Ecclesiastes 3:1

I wanted to talk to you about time today…. How many of you can tell time? That’s great!

Did you know that there are many ways to tell the time? You can use watches or clocks — even the seasons tell us what time of year it is. What season of year is it right now? That’s right! It is fall. How do we know that? One way we can tell is that the leaves on the trees have begun to change colors. I brought some leaves with me this morning. Why don’t each of you reach in and pick one. Aren’t they beautiful, aren’t they neat!

I think God shows himself in each season of the year. In the fall he gives us the leaves, in the winter, the snowflakes, in the spring the new flowers and in the summer his lightning bugs! Aren’t all those reminders of God so cool!

As you look at the leaves and the snowflakes, the flowers and the lightening bugs, I want you to remember that these are God’s special way to remind us that he is with us in every season and every time of our lives. Isn’t that good to know!

Let’s pray: Dear Lord, We know that you are always with us no matter what season or time of our life. In your Bible you promise us you will never leave us alone. Thank you for your promises and your reminders that you are always with us. Amen.

Pastors and Sunday School teachers, if you’re looking for the best sermons for kids, you’re in the right place!  We wanted to put all the best children’s sermons in one place, with scripts and videos to make them super quick and easy to use.  Each children’s sermon below has a script and a video you can use to get an idea of how to teach it to your kids.  Just click on the links below to view them and you can view the 52 Sermons for Kids playlist on YouTube for quick video reference as well.  To make it easy, we’ve sorted the kids sermons in two different ways below.  One is organized by topic and one is organized by the object used

1. Stay Away, Sin!

Use this children’s message to help children learn to “flee sin” using James 4:7-8. Kids do a fun experiment with paper and soap in a cup of water.

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2. From the Heart

Use this children’s message with children ages 6 to 9. It’s based on Romans 8:38-39. Kids make a twisty heart to learn about God’s love.

3. New From Old

Use this children’s message with kids ages 8 to 12 to teach them how God changes us when we believe in Jesus. Kids learn that they’re new creations with a trash scavenger hunt.

4. See It and Believe It

Kids ages 8 to 12 will learn about faith with this “impossible” experiment.

5. Faith Like a Seed

Young kids, ages 3 to 6, will enjoy learning about the parable of the mustard seed with this fun craft.

6. Washed Clean

Early elementary-aged kids will love this song and quick craft centered around 1 John 1:7-9.

7. Attitude Influence

Use this children’s message with kids ages 6 to 12. With just a couple of athletic balls, you’ll help kids adjust their attitudes. Boys will especially love this fun message!

8. Hard Hearts

Kids ages 7 to 12  will see that they can be good eggs with the help of Jesus!

9. Trash to Treasure

Kids will make something beautiful out of garbage as they talk about 2 Corinthians 5:15-17.

10. Hidden and Revealed

Kids will enjoy a cool experiment to help them learn about what isn’t seen. They’ll dive into  1 Corinthians 4:5.

11. Pressing On

This is a great children’s message for the new year! You’ll encourage kids to make it a lifelong goal to live for Jesus, with their eyes focused on him.

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Sermon Topic: God’s Love for Us

Today, we gather here to talk about God’s incredible love for each and every one of us. The Bible is full of verses that show us just how much God cares for us and how we should reflect that love in our daily lives.


Let’s start by looking at John 3:16, which says, “For God so loved the world that He gave His one and only Son, that whoever believes in Him shall not perish but have eternal life.” This verse reminds us of the ultimate sacrifice that God made for us, sending Jesus to die for our sins so that we may have eternal life.


Another powerful verse that illustrates God’s love for us is Romans 5:8, which says, “But God demonstrates His own love for us in this: While we were still sinners, Christ died for us.” This shows us that God’s love is unconditional and knows no bounds. Even when we are at our worst, God’s love is still there for us.


One of the most famous stories in the Bible that demonstrates God’s love is the Parable of the Prodigal Son (Luke 15:11-32). In this story, a son squanders his inheritance but is warmly welcomed back by his father when he returns. This parable teaches us about the forgiving and unconditional love that God has for each and every one of us.


As we go about our lives this month, let us remember the love that God has shown us and strive to reflect that love to others. Let us be kind, forgiving, and compassionate, just as God is to us.


John 3:16 Romans 5:8
“For God so loved the world that He gave His one and only Son, that whoever believes in Him shall not perish but have eternal life.” – John 3:16 “But God demonstrates His own love for us in this: While we were still sinners, Christ died for us.” – Romans 5:8

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