Express your faith with this collection of free Christian coloring pages for kids.
Below, you will find illustrations popular in Christian iconography. There are crosses, churches, and other items commonly seen in Christian ceremonies.
There are also portraits of Jesus, his mother Mary, and angels as they appear in European artwork.
These coloring pages are great for Sunday School classes or Vacation Bible School. Your students can have fun coloring them online. Or, you can download them and print them out.
Online Coloring Pages for Kids
Get creative with this interactive Jesus face coloring page. Experiment with unique color combinations and see which one looks the best!
In addition to the usual printable coloring pages, we also have online coloring available for every coloring sheet in this post!
Just scroll down, and you'll find the coloring options for each coloring page.
Free Christian Coloring Pages
Jesus Coloring Sheet
This image is taken from European iconography, in which the Lord has long brown hair, white robes, a red sash, and a glowing halo around his head.
Cross with a Rose Coloring Sheet
Is your cross made from metal, wood, or stone? Color it accordingly, then shade the green stem of the rose. Pick a floral color for the petals, - red, white, pink, yellow, lavender, or orange.
Rosary Coloring Sheet
These beads are used in ceremonial prayers. Bright or pastel, you can shade the beads. Carve a brown cross from wood or cast a yellow one from gold.
Praying Hands Coloring Sheet
Color these hands and sleeves. Try printing many copies of this picture and shading the skin with different colors, indicating prayerful unity among diverse peoples.
Virgin Mary Coloring Sheet
Mary wears a robe-like dress and a scarf over her head as was common in her time. You get to choose the colors of the fabric.
Tombstone Coloring Sheet
Use grey or brown to shade the stones used to make the headstones. Shade the green grass, then check out the coffin and graveyard below.
Coffin Coloring Sheet
Old-fashioned coffins like this one were made of wood. Color it brown or use a different color to indicate paint.
Stained Glass Cross Coloring Sheet
Use many markers or crayons to tint this glass mosaic. Tip: Color this page, cut it out, and tape it to your window to see the sunlight glistening through the bright colors.
Fallen Angel Coloring Sheet
When an angel falls, are her wings and gown still white? That is for you to decide.
Jesus on the Cross Coloring Sheet
Many churches have images of Jesus suspended on a cross. You can color the brown wood, his hair, and the crown of thorns around his head.
Church Coloring Sheet
Brown wood, white paint, red brick, or some other color? You get to decide what this building is made of.
3D Cross Coloring Sheet
Use bright colors on the front of this object and darker ones on its sides to enhance the three-dimensional effect.
Graveyard Coloring Sheet
Graveyards look spooky at night. You can color this one to have a large moon against a dark sky or use pinks, purples, reds, and oranges to make it a sunrise or sunset scene.
Cross with Wings Coloring Sheet
You can make this cross from silver or gold metal, or use some other color. The same is true of the wings - angelic white feathers or colorful wings, the choice is yours.
Jesus Face Coloring Sheet
Color Jesus' portrait with brown hair and beard, brown eyes, and tan skin.
Sagrada Familia Church Coloring Sheet
The Sagrada Familia is a very famous church in Spain. It is made from tan stone in stark contrast to the modern, gray city around it.
Notre Dame Cathedral Coloring Sheet
The walls of this famous church are cream, tan, or beige in color. From a distance, its windows appear dark, but they are actually colorful examples of stained glass.
Cartoon Angel Coloring Sheet
In the Bible, angels are often described as wearing gleaming white garments of a shining copper color.
Free Christian Coloring Pages - Which One Was Your Favorite?
How can you use your finished coloring pages? Decorate the classroom or bind them together to create a religiously themed coloring book.
Which of these Christian coloring pages was your favorite? You can try cutting and pasting several pages together to create interesting scenes.