This Holy Spirit worksheet introduces the Gifts of the Holy Spirit and the Fruits of the Holy Spirit. A definition of each gift or fruit is given along with the encrypted answer. Each letter actually represents a different letter. So every time a youth decrypts a word, they get more clues for how to decrypt the remaining word.
Use this as a confirmation exercise or for any lesson related to the Gifts or the Fruits of the Holy Spirit.
Words included in this Holy Spirit Worksheet (Cryptogram puzzle)
Fear of the Lord
View and print the puzzle below. A key is also given with the answers.
This printable cryptogram gives the eight beatitudes in random order. Children can figure out the key and substitute the letters to solve the puzzle and complete the beatitudes.
This puzzle will help youth become familiar with the sacred things used during the celebration of Mass – the vestments, vessels, and places in the church.
This Love Your Enemies activity sheet can be used for religious education or Children’s Liturgy of the Word. It is a fill in the blank sheet.
The right activity can help reinforce the lesson at a youth group gathering. Some will be paper and pencil activities. Others will just involve doing something different to make a point. Many of these can be used in a youth ministry setting, in the religious ed classroom, for Children’s Liturgy of the Word, or at home.
The "Fruit of the Spirit" song humorously explains that the fruits of the Holy Spirit, as described in Galatians 5:22-23, are not physical fruits like coconuts, bananas, watermelons, or grapes. Instead, it emphasizes that the true fruits are love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control. This catchy tune makes it clear that embodying these virtues is preferable to being any type of fruit, using a playful approach to highlight the importance of spiritual growth. This song would complement the Holy Spirit worksheet offering a fun and memorable way to learn about the fruits of the Spirit.