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.
Everyone is welcome to browse the 'subject' listings of what's in these Supporting Member resource forums. Theyinclude:
the Writing Team's extra creative lesson sets (whose lesson summaries and Bible backgrounds are open to the public)
the Bible Video Resources forum
Only Supporting Members can read and print the content in these two forums and reply with questions and suggestions. Why? Because our Supporting Members make this site and its creative and independent mission possible. Join us.
Our Writing Team's lesson sets feature extra-creative lesson plans teaching major Bible stories. Designed for Rotation Model use, they are also easily adaptable by traditional Sunday Schools looking for creative ways to teach God's Word. Everyone can read the Team lesson summaries and Bible backgrounds. Supporting members can read and print the "WT" lesson plans. The WT lessons are a creative and forward thinking supplement to the thousands of public lesson ideas posted here at Rotation.org
Teaching guides, outlines, and reviews of some of our favorite and most often recommended Bible movies. What's in the Bible?, Son of God, Jesus Christ Superstar, Gospel of John, and many more! Everyone can see the list of guides. The guides themselves were written by and for our Supporting Members.
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