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Teach Me to Worship — Christmas, Easter, and Missions Units

These individual special units are parts of the complete Teach Me to Worship curriculum originally developed by the staff at Orangewood Presbyterian Church in Maitland, FL. The overall curriculum presents and explains common elements of worship that the universal church has used throughout the ages.

The material is available in PDF format which allows ministry leaders to download and print the material according to their schedule and need. A subscription to the curriculum includes unlimited access to the curriculum, handouts, and activities for the children, letters to parents, training videos, and worship music.

Currently, only the Christmas and Easter modules are available for individual purchase.

Building Little Pillars  (PDF Download of entire book)

Teaching the Foundations of the Christian Faith to Children Ages 3 to 6

Author: Heather Molendyk – PCA

Like the wise man in Scripture, we want our children’s spiritual foundations to run deep, providing stability and protection. With training to set their minds on God’s truth and anchor them to resources that have strengthened the Church for centuries, our children can stand strong when their faith is tested by doubt and the storms of life.

Building Little Pillars equips them with strong supports! Through Bible memory, Bible stories, hands-on learning, and life applications of spiritual truths found in the Apostles’ Creed, the Ten Commandments, and the Lord’s Prayer, Building Little Pillars lays a firm foundation for covenant children as they begin their journey of faith.

Use Building Little Pillars at church, school, home, or homeschool to strengthen children’s faith through the teaching of sound Reformed doctrines.

These individual sections are also available for purchase from the PCA Bookstore:

Something’s About to Happen in Jerusalem (PDF Download)

By Sue Jakes and B.A. Snider-PCA.

Digital-PDF version. Due to copyright requirements, duplication and distribution are not allowed unless the corresponding quantity is purchased.

This family devotional starts two weeks prior to Easter (starting the Monday prior to Palm Sunday) and continues using the week after Easter.

It is a study in the Scripture from Luke 18:31-Luke 24. Beginning with Jesus’ announcement to the disciples, “See, we are going up to Jerusalem” to His command to “Go and make disciples” at His ascension, the days surrounding His resurrection are unfolded for even the smallest child to understand. Hymns, craft ideas, and memory verses are included and this will be a great tool for your children to study the meaning of the resurrection with their parents.