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Sunday School In A Tin! - Book 2

Kevin Mayhew

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Product Code: 1501623

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Guide for churches that follow the lectionary the follows Year A but not limited to those following the lectionary
No planning, no preparation, no photocopying or collection of lids or yoghurt pots.

Once you have filled your tin or box with a few inexpensive and easy-to-find resources you will be set up for the rest of the year. For each Sunday there is a story, based on the readings, a game, something to make using what you already have in your tin, and a child-friendly prayer. At the back of the book there’s a full Lectionary index for every Sunday of Year A.

The ideas are flexible so that they can be used with children of different ages, and with different-sized groups. This is useful if the number of children at church fluctuates from week to week, or if there are families who only come to church from time to time. It’s also great for busy people who don’t have time to plan for or prepare activities for the children in church but see a need for something that makes church more fun and engaging for the youngest members of the congregation.

This book takes the stress, hassle and rush out of preparing activities for the children in your church so that Sunday mornings can be a little more restful.
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Product Code1501623
NameSunday School In A Tin! - Book 2
SupplierKevin Mayhew
AuthorEleanor King
ISBN9781838580292
Short DescriptionGuide for churches that follow the lectionary the follows Year A but not limited to those following the lectionary
Pack Size1
Size250mm x 175mm
Count240 Pages
CoverPaperback
Date Published17 Oct 2019
Lead Time2 weeks (approx.) if out of stock
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Eleanor lives by the seaside in Essex with her husband and three children, and buckets and spades on the doorstep. She spends a lot of time running different groups in the community, both inside and outside the church, but when she is not doing this she likes to make biscuits, go walking and knit things that are not too big or complicated.


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