Connecting Faith and Justice - Youth Lectionary A Curriculum
The curriculum is designed to help students actively engage the intersection of faith and justice and explore why our faith compels us toward justice. It is available to download today for free.
The “Connecting Faith and Justice Youth Curriculum- Lectionary Year A” curriculum is available for download today!
This curriculum is for all youth (Junior High and Senior High) students. The lessons are flexible and can be adapted to fit the needs of your students while encouraging them to search deeper within themselves, their relationship with God and their role within their community and the world.
The lessons are written by a diverse group of educators, youth pastors, elders, deacons, deaconesses, practitioners, professors, emerging leaders and missionaries from around the globe who are passionate about youth faith development.
Each lesson is designed to last an hour and includes a centering moment, scripture study, group activity and a closing moment. All the lessons are standalone lessons and are not dependent on previous lessons.
We hope that this curriculum will be a great resource for your ministry!
This year-long curriculum runs from December 1, 2019 through December 20, 2020. If you are currently using last year’s curriculum (Lectionary Year C), the lessons from December 1-December 22, 2019 are the same lessons in both.
We are in the midst of gathering contributors for the lectionary year B curriculum. If you or someone you know are passionate about junior high students engage in faith and justice, please contact Aimee Hong.
Comments or questions?
If you have any comments or questions regarding the curriculum, please contact Aimee Hong, director of the United Methodist Seminar Program at email@example.com.