What does it mean to be an Episcopalian? This seven-week curriculum is designed to help children build a foundational understanding of what it means to be an Episcopalian—globally, locally, and personally. Designed for children ages 6-10, the program moves through the sacraments of the Episcopal Church, helping children to connect their daily lives to the story of God, the love of Christ, and the movement of the Holy Spirit in the world. The downloadable facilitator’s guide includes step-by-step teaching instructions as well as weekly handouts for the students.
Stepping Out in Faith: Teaching Children Episcopal Beliefs & Practices is a companion to Practicing Our Faith, an adult curriculum which corresponds with the book Walk in Love: Episcopal Beliefs & Practices, and part of a larger three-year curriculum called Living Discipleship. Each element of the curriculum can be taught individually or as part of the larger program.
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