Hello Everyone,

We hope you are all keeping well and saying safe. We are very sorry that we cannot meet at the moment as we normally would. As a Church we want to make sure that all our families feel supported.

We have put together a Sunday School lesson based around a Bible story. There are 5 short videos: three telling the story one simple craft and one baking lesson. To follow along just watch the videos in order and pause whenever you need to. And if you have access to a printer there are some extra worksheets at the end.

Also we would like you to know that as a Church we have committed to praying for everyone who is a part of our Church family through the beginning of 2021. A team of volunteers has committed to regularly praying for a selection of our congregation. So someone from the Church is praying for you and your family.

As always if there is anything we can help with please reach out, we are always happy to talk.

All the best
On behalf of everyone at Granton Parish Church

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...let's get started
with the first video

...let's get started....watch the first video

...and now it's time
for a craft

...time for a rest - listen to the next part of the story...

Quick Flatbread Recipe

Recipe taken from: https://www.bbc.co.uk/food/recipes/quick_flatbreads_43123



200g/7oz plain or wholemeal flour

¼ tsp salt

100ml/3½fl oz warm water

2 tbsp oil (olive, sunflower or vegetable), plus extra for cooking



  1. Kid’s job: Place the flour and salt in a large bowl and trickle on the water bit by bit.
  2. Kid’s job: Mix the water and flour mixture together. Kids can mix using one finger so that they don’t get a whole hand covered in dough. Doughy hands can be cleaned by rubbing a little more flour onto the hands over another bowl or the bin – resist the urge to wash doughy hands as you will block the drain!
  3. Kid’s job: Add the oil and knead the dough – you are aiming for a soft dough. If it is too sticky, add a little more flour or if it is too dry, add a splash of water.
  4. Kid’s job: Knead the dough for 5 minutes – kids can do this in the bowl or on a clean surface using one or two hands.
  5. You can cook the breads straight away or leave the dough to stand for about 30 minutes. This is a good time to make a quick filling such as a grated salad or dip. Divide the dough into four balls (or six if you have a smaller frying pan).
  6. Kid’s job: On a clean surface, roll each ball of dough one at a time using a rolling pin. If you pick up and move round the flatbread often you know it hasn’t stuck. (You may need to sprinkle a little flour on the surface but only use a little as too much will dry out the dough.) Don’t worry if they aren’t perfect circles!
  7. Adult’s job: Heat a large frying pan. Take a sheet of kitchen paper and rub a little oil onto the surface of the pan. Cook each flatbread for about 2 minutes on one side – it should puff up a little. Flip the flatbread over using tongs and then cook for a couple of minutes on the other side. The flatbread should have turned lighter in colour and may have a few spots of brown. Keep the cooked flatbreads warm, wrapped in foil or a clean teatowel, until the others are cooked.
  8. If you want crisp flatbreads rub them with a little olive oil, chop into strips or triangles with scissors and then ask an adult to fry them for 5–10 minutes, or until crisp.

...have you read the recipe? Let's get baking!

did you enjoy making bread?

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