An Easter Story, The Last Supper

It is great to welcome you back to our Easter Story, today we are begining to look at what happened on the Thursday before Easter, so we are skipping a bit ahead of our days.

We have already seen Jesus arrive in Bethlehem and flip the tables at the temple then we heard about how Jesuses friend Judas planned to betray him to the leaders who want to kill Jesus as they don’t like him.

We would like to thank for the stories and materials we will be using.

The Last Supper

On the first day of the Passover ceremonies, the disciples came to Jesus and asked, “Where are we going to eat our Passover meal?” Jesus replied, “Go into the city and find a man carrying a water jar and tell him, ‘Our Master says, my time has come, and I will eat the Passover meal with my disciples at your house.'” The disciples did as he told them, and prepared the meal there. 

That evening as Jesus sat eating the Passover meal with his disciples, He broke the bread, blessed it and said, “Take this and eat it, for this is my body, which I am giving for you.” He then took the cup of wine and gave thanks and said, “Drink this, all of you. This is my blood which is poured out for you.” 

Then he said, “One of you will betray me.” The disciples asked each other who would do that. But Judas knew he was talking about him and slipped out as soon as he could.

Jesus and the rest of the disciples finished the meal and when they had sung a hymn, they went out to a local beauty spot, the Mount of Olives, and Jesus said to them, “This very night all of you will run away and leave me.” Peter, one of Jesus’s best friends, said to him, “Even if everyone else leaves you, I never will. Even if I have to die with you, I will never let you down. I tell you the truth,” 


First colouring in, nice and easy you can print this picture off it is part of our off file for Easter to make it easier to print, click the button bellow for the off file.

We also have another activity within our pdf file.

This activity you can either print or draw but what you have to try and do is name the people who were at the last supper.

Another activity you could try would be join together with your family and have a family meal together and talk about how you love each other and what you enjoy doing together.

Holy Communion Invite

At the Last Supper Jesus done something very special with his disciples he broke bread and blessed it with them to represent his body and poured wine and bkessed that to represent his blood, this is a tradition that has continued since then and is known as Holy Communion. Tomorrow at St. Mark’s we will be celebrating Holy Communion with Rev. Barry hosting a Virtual Holy Communion service live on our Facebook Page, at 7pm. Please join us and share in our service.

Now, we know you will want to share your pictures, drawings, crafts and even puzzles with us. If you do please take a photo of them and post them on the Raploch Connected Facebook Group.