Children’s Stories

Children’s Stories


Here you can watch a host of children’s stories, all based on Biblical passages! These are a fun way to learn stories and parables from the Bible. Get ready to do some actions!

The Widow’s Mite

This next children’s story is called ‘The Widow’s Mite’ and is based on Mark, Chapter 12.

 

The Good Samaritan

This children’s story, written by Dr Rob James, the Canon Chancellor of Wells Cathedral, is called ‘The Good Samaritan’ is based on Luke, Chapter 10.

 

Noah in lockdown

This children’s story, read by Dr Rob James, the Canon Chancellor of Wells Cathedral, is based on the story of Noah from the book of Genesis.

 

David and Goliath

A children’s story based on the story of David and Goliath, read by the Reverend Canon Dr Rob James, Chancellor.

 

Jesus barbecues some fish

A children’s story based on John, Chapter 21 read by the Reverend Canon Dr Rob James, Chancellor. This story is followed by a fun crafting activity, so keep watching for that!

 

A Story for St George’s Day

A children’s story for St George’s Day, read by the Reverend Canon Dr Rob James, Chancellor.

 

Peter and Jesus out on the lake

This story is all about Peter and Jesus out on the lake, and is taken from the Gospel according to Matthew. The story was written by Dr Rob James, the Canon Chancellor of Wells Cathedral, and is read by the Reverend Dave Stroud.

 

A Story for Easter Eve

A children’s story for the evening of Easter Day based on Luke, Chapter 24, read by the Reverend Canon Dr Rob James, Chancellor.

 

A Story for Easter Day

A children’s story for Easter Day based on Luke, Chapter 24, read by the Reverend Canon Dr Rob James, Chancellor.

 

Jesus Dies

This children’s story for Good Friday is a sad one – it’s about the death of Jesus and is as based on John, Chapters 18 & 19. It is read by Dr Rob James, the Canon Chancellor.

 

I don’t know him!

This children’s story, based on Mark, chapter 14, is all about Peter, the Apostle, denying Jesus three times! The story was written by Dr Rob James, the Canon Chancellor, and is read by Kieron Rowley, a Virger at Wells Cathedral.

 

Jesus enters Jerusalem on a donkey

This children’s story for Palm Sunday is based on Mark, Chapter 11, and is all about Jesus entering Jerusalem on a donkey. The story was written by Dr Rob James, the Canon Chancellor of Wells Cathedral, and is read by the Reverend Becca Stevens.

 

The Lost Sheep

This story is called ‘The Lost Sheep’ and is based on Matthew, Chapter 18, and John, Chapter 10. This one has sounds, as well as actions!

 

Jesus is tempted

This children’s story is based on Luke, Chapter 4 and is read by Dr Rob James, the Canon Chancellor.

 

Lord, teach us to pray

This children’s story is based on Matthew, Chapter 6 and is read by Dr Rob James, the Canon Chancellor.

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