Grace – Children’s Sermon – Ephesians 2:8

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Ephesians 2:8 – For by grace you have been saved through faith. And this is not your own doing; it is the gift of God.

Topic – God’s Grace is a free gift. [The concept of Grace being a gift is important for the children to understand.]


Leader – [Tell the children to sit down and start handing out a type of snack, if the children are allowed to have them.] Ask them what they did to deserve this treat – Their answer should be “Nothing.” 

Yes! You didn’t have to do anything, I wanted to give you this yummy treat just because I love you and I want you to be happy. Can anyone tell me if they have ever heard of the word ‘Grace’ and what it means? There are no wrong answers. [Encourage children to be as interactive as possible and take part in a short discussion.]

Did you know, just like I gave you these treats for free, God gave us a big gift, just because He loves us? That gift is called Grace. Grace is God’s help through his Son Jesus Christ.  We can have God’s help, whenever we need it! How awesome is that?? Grace is such a big gift, that there was never anything we could have done to deserve it. The Bible calls Grace ‘God’s free gift’. I don’t get many things for free, but this sure is the best gift, right? The best part about Grace is, it’s a gift you can never lose. Even when we mess up, God’s Grace is there to protect us.

Do you have any examples of what you think God’s Grace is? Remember, there are no wrong answers!

Imagine today is your birthday, would you be exited?  Yes, me too! But why would you be so exited? [Their answer should be ‘because of all the presents.’] Yes! I like presents too. Now, imagine every day is your birthday and God gives you this really great present, every day, just because He wants you to be happy. God sent us another gift and His name is Jesus. Do you know what Jesus did for us? He died so that all our sins could be forgiven and that we don’t have to suffer because of it. Jesus suffered in our place. That is another example of what Grace is. Grace is a free gift that saves and protects us.

[Ask the children what they understood about this lesson and encourage them to be interactive.]

Let’s pray; Jesus, thank You for this free gift that You give us every day, thank you that we can live under Your Grace and that we are protected and safe every day. We love You. Amen.







What you’ll need:

  • Empty match boxes
  • Treats or candy
  • Arts and crafts material – paint, stickers, glue, glitter, pencils [Whatever you would like the children to decorate their boxes with.]


Let each child choose one friend. They should decorate one box and put a treat inside to give to their friend as a ‘Free Gift’, just because they love their friend.