Free Sunday School Lessons, Ideas & Help at Rotation.org's Sunday School Lesson Exchange
Welcome to the Sunday School Idea & Lesson Exchange!Your home for creative lessons, ideas, and resources, and the Workshop Rotation Model
We are an online community of Sunday School teachers and church staff sharing free and premium Sunday School lesson plans and ideas. We are also the official website of the Workshop Rotation Model (WoRM), a creative way to organize and teach Sunday School. Volunteer-led, ecumenical, and non-profit, we are funded entirely by our Supporting Members . You are welcome to borrow from our thousands of free Bible lessons, ideas, and articles, and post your own. Supporting Members also get full access to extra creative "Writing Team" lesson sets. Learn more about us and the Rotation Model.
Isaiah 7 (Immanuel), Isaiah 9 (Wonderful Counselor...), and Matthew 1 (you shall name him Jesus). This revised and improved "WT" lesson set was previously titled, "Birth of Jesus through the Eyes of Isaiah."
Lesson summary and Bible background open to all. Lesson plans open to Supporting Members only. Become a Supporting Member today!
Everyone can read the Lesson Summary for this set, which lists all of the workshop lessons included in this lesson set. However, one must be a Supporting Member to view the individual Writing Team lesson plans in this set. Become a Supporting Member today.
The Magi Lesson Set from the Rotation.org Writing Team has six uniquely creative workshop-style lessons on the Matthew 2:1-12 story. Each emphasizes important life applications.Everyone can read the Lesson Summaries and Bible Background. Supporting members can access the lesson plans. Join today.
Adaptable by all types of Sunday School. Great ideas for Advent Programs too.
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