THIS is the protestant version - as you will see the words "I Believe in one Holy Catholic and Apostolic Church, the Communion of Saints, the forgiveness of sins .............................etc" are gone! - Beware Catholics - this was pinned off a Catholic page but it is incorrect and NOT AS ORIGINALLY WORDED AT NICEA!
Nicene Creed learning activity ideas: write each phrase of the Creed on a popsicle stick. Mix up all of the popsicle sticks, and have your children put them back in order again. Once the Creed is becoming more familiar to the children, set out the popsicle sticks in order but hide a few away, challenging the children to tell you which phrases you did NOT put out. With a second set of popsicle stick phrases, divide into teams to see who can order their popsicle stick Creed first.
The Creed – Don’t Be a Robot: This video takes an in depth look at the creed we say at Mass. I think this format would appeal to teens and open up some discussion. I’m sharing this with our high school youth group. "When you recite the Creed, are you being real or are you being a robot? Do you even know what you are saying? Is there a difference between believing there is a God and believing in God?"