RBKids Parent Resource: Seek & Find Week 1

Resource Information


These resources will be used Mar 29

RBKids Online Experience

RBKids Online Experience – March 26 / 29 from Rock Bridge Community Church on Vimeo.


This Week’s BIG Idea: Jesus gave His body and blood for our sins, so we can remember Him through communion.

Story Scripture Reference: Matthew 26:17-30; Luke 22:7-30

Key Bible Verse: “Everyone should take a careful look at themselves before they eat the bread and drink from the cup.” 1 Corinthians 11:28 (NIrV)


Follow up questions:

  •  What was Jesus talking about during the passover meal? 

He was talking about His crucifixion. Who was going to betray Him, and how His disciples could remember Him when He was not there physically. 

  • Which disciple betrayed Jesus? 


  • What were the two symbols that Jesus gave us to remember His sacrifice?

Bread – His body that was broken for us.

Wine – (we use grape juice) His blood that was shed to cover our sins. 

  • What do we have to do to have eternal life with Jesus? (ABC’s)

A- Admit — that we are sinners and that we have sinned against God, and that we cannot save ourselves.

B- Believe — that Jesus is who He says He is and that He came to take our place on the cross. That He died, defeated death, and rose again three days later so we can live eternally in heaven.

C- Choose — to follow Jesus for the rest of our lives. It doesn’t mean we will be perfect, it means that we admit we need a Savior and we accept His death in our place. That every day we wake up choosing to spend time with Jesus, be more like Him and tell others about Him.

**Contact your local Children’s Minister if you have questions about giving your life to Jesus**

Or email: kids@rockbridge.cc

Elementary Worship

Only King Forever (edited) – Motions DEMO from Rock Bridge Community Church on Vimeo.

O Come To The Altar-Edited from Rock Bridge Community Church on Vimeo.

Preschool Worship

Here Is Our King from Rock Bridge Community Church on Vimeo.

Alive City Bible Kids from Rock Bridge Community Church on Vimeo.