Game - Psalm 150: ‘Hallelujah Tag’

A fun introduction game for your Sunday school lesson about Psalm 150 

"Hallelujah - I cannot stop singing to the Lord"

This idea is part of a complete Sunday school lesson on Psalm 150.  It will help the children in your Sunday school lesson, youth ministry, Bible lesson, children’s church or children’s ministry to reflect on this powerful Bible passage.

Hallelujah Tag fun introduction Bible game about Bible book Psalm 150 for Sunday school lesson youth ministry Bible lesson childrens ministry school assembly childrens church

In this introduction game we introduce the children in a fun way to Psalm 150.

What do you do:

Play a game of tag, and ask everyone to sing a song together while they are playing. Sing a Christian song that everyone knows. One of the children is the tagger. If you’ve been tagged, then you have to stop singing and stand still. If one of the other 'free' children tags you free, you shout 'Hallelujah' and you start singing again.

Depending on the group you can explain the meaning of 'Hallelujah' before or after the game. Hallelujah means: I have to sing to the Lord. It's like I cannot stop!

Read Psalm 150 together with the children. Do you think that the author of Psalm 150 was able to stop with singing to the Lord?


Tags: Games , Worship , Psalms - Bible book

Scripture reference: Psalm 150
You can use this idea in a: Sunday School lesson, Sunday school class, children's ministr, Messy church,, kids time, craft's time, kids ministry, children's ministry, kids church