Raising Memories: Service Jar - A Gift to the Savior
  

Saturday, November 26, 2016

Service Jar - A Gift to the Savior

Christmas time is the time of year that I think we feel the spirit of giving the most. We are thinking about what Jesus did for us and we want to give to others around us. Have you heard about the Worldwide Day of Service on December 1st? There's a short video that explains a little about the Worldwide Day of Service. The idea is to serve whomever you would like in whatever way you would like!

Free Printable Kit

In light of Christmas time and the Worldwide Day of Service, today I'm sharing this free printable activity, created by Collette at My Computer Is My Canvas, that you can use with your family while you are serving others.  I like the idea of teaching our children that when we serve others, we are giving a gift to the Savior.


How It Works

The kit comes with a whole list of ideas for ways that you can serve others.  The idea is to use those for inspiration (and come up with your own ideas) and perform as many acts of service as you would like.  Write them down on the little strips of paper and fill a jar as a gift for Jesus.  I think putting this under the tree is one thing that will help our families to remember why we are celebrating Christmas.




You can download this free printable kit here.



If you're interested to see how others are using this kit, The Red Headed Hostess will be sharing some links to what others have done with it, as they are shared. You can also find more about the Worldwide Day of Service by visiting Mormon.org (where new content will be added each day in December).


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7 comments:

  1. Hi, Heather! Thanks for posting my kit!! Have a wonderful holiday!! ♥

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    1. Thanks for sharing it, Colette! I love the idea! :) Merry Christmas to you!

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  2. Thanks so much! This is beautiful! Thank you for sharing your gifts with us.

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    1. You're welcome Michelle! Colette did a great job on this kit! :)

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  3. Hi Heather! This kit is one of my favorites, too! Thanks for sharing it!

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~Heather Lynne

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