Here’s a Pentecost scavenger hunt I put together for a half-term club when I was a children’s worker. We did it in the church, but you could easily do it at home as well, after online church on Pentecost, or as part of a family service.
Here are the rules I set:
- You can be as creative as you like in deciding how the objects fit these clues. But each object can only be used for ONE clue.
- If you find something that can’t be moved, you can take us to it for judging time or take a picture of it and use that.
- One point for each item you find.
Pentecost Scavenger Hunt
CAN YOU FIND:
Something that can be used to make fire
Something in a different language
A picture of water
Something that reminds you of wind
Something that helps tell the story of Jesus to people who haven’t heard it
Something that brings light into darkness
Something that could help someone who is afraid feel brave again
Something that shows Jesus’ friends
Something with lots of colours
A lock or key
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Love this idea, thanks