Christmas in a Box is a simple, creative and fun way for churches to share the Christmas story with their local schools.
Christmas in a Box
Christmas in a Box is a simple, creative, and fun way for churches to share the Christmas story with their local schools.
What is it?
Children unpack 6 boxes, each telling a part of the Christmas story. There is space to pause and wonder, plus a creative activity which facilitates reflection and discussion. For more information, check out our video.
Our User Guide tells you all you need to know about Christmas in a Box, including how to host a session. This and the other downloadable resources you need are all free*. Just fill in the form below to create an account.
Christmas in a Box launched in 2020 and was enjoyed my many children across Bristol and beyond. Here are some of the comments we received from teachers, church workers, volunteers and children:
This resource is outstanding. I love the simplicity of the idea and the depth of thought that’s clearly gone into it.
Tim Abbott, Prayer Spaces in Schools
The content of the material was accessible to every child in our school, children of all different faiths and none.
The best Christmas thing we’ve done in school.
Year 4 Pupil
The quality of this resource is fantastic. It is so well planned, structured, and versatile – very easy to adapt to suit different ages.
Year 1 Teacher
Christmas in a Box made the Christmas story relevant to their personal situations.
Year 6 Teacher
Christmas in a Box allowed the children to really ponder the story, in a way they haven’t before. There were some very profound statements about inclusion and God’s love for all.
How can we help?
We love to see churches serving their local schools through deepening relationships. Hosting a Christmas in a Box session is one of the ways churches can do this. We would love to hear from you if you would like any support in hosting Christmas in a Box in school, or in anything related to building a connection with your local school. We work mainly with churches in the Bristol region.