Lesson Plans that Work is an Lectionary based Sunday School program provided by the Episcopal Church. Each lesson has a distinct sheet for younger, older, and adult lessons. The Adult lessons usually work well for high schoolers, the older for middle schoolers, and the younger for elementary and below.
Faith @ Home helps you and your household grow in faith as you spend time throughout the week reflecting on God’s Word. Based on the Sunday readings from the Revised Common Lectionary, the devotions invite you to engage in the discipleship practice of Reading, Reflecting, and Responding to scripture in the context of community. Offerings include Adult and Small Child, Adult and Elementary, Adult and Youth, and Adult and Adults, so you can have conversations with everyone, no matter what stage of life.
"Learn the Bible with media tools that guide individuals and groups in studying its story. Use our videos and other free online resources." The Bible Project has lessons, videos, and podcasts for a variety of different lesson plan opportunities.
Illustrated Ministry creates illustrated faith resources for churches, including large coloring posters, coloring pages, worship resources, Children’s Worship bulletins, curriculum and more.
NOOMA is a series of short films that explore our world from a perspective of Jesus. NOOMA is an invitation to search, question, and join the discussion. (Matt's top five videos 005, 011, 014, 015, 018.)
WorldStrides is the nation's largest educational travel company, offering educational tours and trips to over 400000 students a year.
Wonder Voyage is an extraordinary non-profit organization that creates personalized pilgrimages and mission trips.
CaminoWays is the leading provider of walking and cycling trips along Spain's Camino de Santiago routes. Luggage transfers included.
Created and adapted by the Office for Young Adult and Campus Ministries.
A collaboration between the Center and the Office of Youth Ministries of the Diocese of Atlanta began in November of 2016 with the goal of bringing the work of dismantling racism to young people.
Inspired by the first words of this prayer, Keep/Watch is a resource for people and communities who want to understand faith- and evidence-based suicide prevention. With content informed by peer-reviewed studies, Scripture, the Book of Common Prayer, personal experiences, and the Interpersonal Theory of Suicide, Keep/Watch is designed to foster inclusive conversations about suicide and mental health in the Church.
For teen study and confirmation preparation, this book can serve as a curriculum for helping teens discover Scripture, church history, sacraments, the meaning and practice of prayer, and what ministry means in the lives of real teens today.