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Hello, welcome to Ultimate Church Visit! This is your pupil book. It has lots of puzzles and activities to help you remember what you have learnt today. You can do some of them as you travel around the zones. There are also lots of things that you can do later, at home or at school. Enjoy learning about The Salvation Army!

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think tank

bible zone

What have I learnt about The Salvation Army?

Draw or write something about the Bible story.

What did I enjoy most and why?

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community zone

6. How did The Salvation Army first help people?

What could you do to help others? Write down your ideas in the boxes.

what I can do to help at school... Find a picture of William Booth and draw him in the box.

what I can do to help at home...

what I can do to help in my town...

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history zone Find the answers to the questions below. You can look in some books or use the internet (visit www.salvationarmy.org.uk/schools and go to the pupil pages).

Why does The Salvation Army help people? This teaching from the Bible shows why members of The Salvation Army help people in need. Can you fill in the missing words?

1. What year was William Booth born? [Jesus said] ‘For I was hungry and you gave me

2 What jobs did he do before he started The Salvation Army?

something to ___ ___ ___ , I was thirsty and you gave me something to ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ , I was a stranger and you ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ me in, I needed clothes and you ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ me, I was

3. Who did William Booth marry?

___ ___ ___ ___ and you looked after me, I was in prison and you came to ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ me.’

4. How did William Booth feel when he saw people who were very poor?

...’Whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me.’ Matthew 25:3536, 40 (Today’s New International Version)

5. What year did The Salvation Army begin?

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clothed

sick

invited

eat

visit

drink

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homelessness zone

music zone

Here are some labels showing ways The Salvation Army helps homeless people, but the pictures are missing! Draw the pictures to go with the labels?

Fit the words below into the grid.

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someone to talk to

hot drinks and food

c m praise trumpet

warm clothes

music psalm

sing God

guitar

a shower or bath

Making music In the Bible people sang special songs called psalms to tell God how they were feeling. Can you make up your own song which shows how you are feeling? a bed

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a place to live

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worship zone

Thinking about homelessness

Draw a line to match up each object to the correct label. One has been done for you.

Write a letter to a homeless person or a family who are homeless.

Flag The Salvation Army flag has three colours

Cross An important Christian symbol

Bible A special book for Christians

Mercy seat A special place to kneel and pray

Reading desk This is where the minister stands to preach

Flowers They remind people of the things God made

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A new home Design a new home for the person or family you have written to. Think about all the things they might like to have in it.

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uniform zone

Draw a Salvation Army uniform which you have seen.

True or false? Put a circle around the correct answer.

1. Many members of The Salvation Army wear a uniform.

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False

2. I wear a uniform for school.

True

False

3. Firefighters don’t need to wear special clothes.

True

False

4. Uniform helps people to know who you are.

True

False

5. Uniform is just to make you look important.

True

False

6. There is only one kind of Salvation Army uniform.

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Copy and send your pictures to ‘The Salvation Army  Schools Unit, 101 Newington Causeway, London SE1 6BN’. We will put the best ones in our online gallery! Don’t forget to send us your name, age and school with your picture. 8

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