An animation telling the story of Jesus sharing the Passover meal with his closest friends. During the meal, he explains that he knows that one of his friends will betray him to his enemies, and reveals he knows it would be Judas. The animation shows Jesus sharing bread and wine with his friends and telling them that even though he was going to die, he would still be with them.

This clip is from:
Watch, Christianity: Friends
First broadcast:
21 September 2007

This clip follows on from the clip 'The riddle of Palm Sunday' that helps to set the scene and explains Jesus had both followers and enemies. Otherwise, some explanation of this would be useful prior to viewing, along with terms such as 'merchants' and 'Chief Priests and Pharisees'. Some questions this clip poses: "Why was Jesus angry that people were using the temple as a market? How would you feel if you knew you were going to be arrested or even sentenced to death? If you knew you were leaving your family and friends, what might you leave them to remember you by?" Create a piece of artwork based on the symbols of bread and wine, eg draw out the word body in the shape of a loaf of bread and the word blood as if it is being poured from a wine glass.

Look at a picture of the Last Supper and discuss what the children can see on the picture. Try to identify Jesus, Peter and Judas. The class could recreate a large picture of the last supper. Twelve children could be drawn around the table (top half only) and fabric could be stuck on the card for clothes. Another piece of card could be stuck on top for the table. To simplify, hand draw the outline of the picture and then the children could paint the detail.