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Welcome to this week's Collective Worship which is about Hope

Leader - May the Lord be with you

Response - And also with you

Leader - Jesus Christ is the light of the world

Response - The light shines in the darkness, and the darkness has not overcome it.


At the beginning of Lockdown many people drew and painted rainbows and placed them in their windows.

I wonder if you made one and if you’ve still got it up?

We also saw pictures of the NHS using the rainbow too. Can you remember what the NHS is and why it was/is so important to us?

God placed a rainbow in the sky as a symbol of his promise to never again send a flood like the one Noah survived in the Ark. Today the rainbow is a symbol of hope for us, a reminder that God keeps his promises.

As lockdown restrictions continue to be eased, we can reflect on the hopes we had at the beginning, those hopes which have been fulfilled and the hopes we have still to look forward to. Our pictures may now be faded but our hope that we can be back in school and hug our loved ones remains.


Click on the Worship 2 Go document below for activities to carry out together at home around hope.

Story of Noah

This Bible story is based on text from Genesis 6-9.

'Looking To The Rainbow' (Lockdown Song) by Becky Drake and The Blue Coat School Chapel Choir

A song of hope for schools to perform during the Covid-19 pandemic.