Lords Prayer Craft Activities from Luke 11:1-13

Use these Sunday School Crafts & Activities for teaching the Lord’s Prayer from Luke 11:1-13.

How do we get what we need from God? Do we have to act a certain way or pay a certain price? The simple and beautiful truth is that the Lord provides all that we need, and we only have to ask. Through prayer, we have access to God and can express our desires and needs. These crafts are intended to remind students of the importance of prayer, and guidelines for it. A prayer bracelet includes reminders to pray for people or things. A “helpful hand” serves as a special gift for someone else who might need prayer. And a prayer jar offers either a game or a guide to recalling and using the words of the prayer Christ taught us.  

If you’re looking for some creative and fun ways to engage children in your church or Sunday school classroom, then this blog post is perfect! We’ve gathered an assortment of simple craft projects that will help them integrate Bible lessons with their everyday lives. These hands-on activities can be used at any age level – from preschoolers learning about colors all the way up through fifth grade boys who are studying kindness towards others.”

Bible Verses or Craft Captions to Consider… (Luke 10:25-37)

And he (Jesus) said to them, “When you pray, say: “Father, hallowed be your name. Your kingdom come. 3 Give us each day our daily bread,4 and forgive us our sins, for we ourselves forgive everyone who is indebted to us.  And lead us not into temptation.” -Luke 11:2-4

And I tell you, ask, and it will be given to you; seek, and you will find; knock, and it will be opened to you. -Luke 11:9

Take time to pray! God wants to hear from you!

Our lives are in God’s Hands…He provides what we need!

I’m praying for YOU!

And when you pray…prayer bracelet reminders…

God loves you, and so do I! Praying for you…

More Children’s Ministry Activities:

Craft one: “Prayer Bead Bracelet”

You will need:

  • Crayons or markers
  • Scissors
  • Construction paper or cardstock
  • Beads of various types
  • Pipe cleaners or ribbon/string


  1. Select paper or card stock. Write on the paper (or card) what various bead colors will be reminders of, whether certain people or parts of the Lord’s Prayer.  
  2. Add verses and captions to the paper (to remember why you made the bracelet!).
  3. Use the pipe cleaner or string as a base. String beads along invarious colors and styles.
  4.  Use the final product as a prayer reminder, decoration, and/or bracelet!  

Craft Two: “Helping Hand Gift”  

You will need:

  • Construction Paper or cardstock
  • Plastic gloves (preferably transparent)
  • Candies, snacks, or prizes
  • String or pipe cleaner
  • Scissors
  • Decorative elements as desired
  • Markers or crayons

1. Decorate the paper as a card to encourage someone, reminding them that they are loved and prayed for. Add verses and decorations.
2. Fill the gloves with snacks, candy, or treats.
3. Secure with string or pipe cleaners.  
4. Give the treats to someone special who could use encouragement!    

Craft Three: “Lord’s Prayer Jar”  

You will need:

  • Construction Paper or cardstock
  • Popsicle sticks
  • Glue or tape
  • Small glass jar
  • Scissors
  • Decorative elements as desired
  • Markers or crayons

1. Decorate the outside of the jar as desired, adding stickers or paper decorations.
2. Cut the paper or card stock into strips.       
3. On each strip, write parts of the Lord’s prayer (alternatively, write down people or things to pray for).
4. Place the strips into the jar, and/or write down on popsicle sticks.   
5. Use the papers to learn the Lord’s prayer by emptying them out and putting them in order; OR pull out one piece at a time to focus on in prayer.    

Kids Love Sunday School Crafts

We hope your children’s ministry will benefit from these learning activity suggestions for kids church or Sunday School. Elementary and Preschool children learn best with hands-on craft projects that help them integrate and reflect on the Bible teaching theme and moral lesson.

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