Easter has been given a fresh look – through this Lego animation! This Easter join us on the journey from Palm Sunday, all the way to Jesus’ resurrection re-told in a unique and colourful way!
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The Easter story – the greatest story ever told. This Easter, take the opportunity to communicate the life changing message of Jesus’ death and resurrection with the exciting and relevant LEGO animation.
Children (and adults!) love Lego, and will be fascinated by watching it come to life in this wonderfully engaging video. Use in children’s groups, all age services, school classrooms or assemblies to get your children thinking about, discussing and interacting with the age-old story in a fresh way.
This video animation takes us from Palm Sunday, all the way to Jesus' death and resurrection, through the creative use of LEGO! Follow the story of Jesus and His disciples and enjoy the creative, colourful sets along the way.
This version of 'The LEGO Easter Story' comes with English subtitles.
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Joshua Whitehouse (aka LegoMonkey) lives in South Africa. Originally from Surrey, UK, he has loved LEGO his whole life, and is a huge fan of stop-motion. In his free time he loves cycling around the mountains he lives on, and playing video games.
Dan Rackham has been creating evangelistic videos online for 5 years, his videos have been watched just over 4 million times. Previously Dan served as an evangelist and community worker at a church in Liverpool and before that worked in Corporate Banking at RBS.
Go Chatter has created a number of evangelistic videos linked to current events or trending topics, videos with a seasonal emphasis and others that feature someone’s life-story.
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1) Offline services, school assemblies or lessons, groups or at events (including youth, kids and midweek groups and events)
2) Online services or assemblies that are streamed or pre-recorded. (For online services, the content video you have purchased should be part of a complete church service which must be at least 20 minutes long.)
3) Online small groups meeting over Zoom or a similar video call platforms.