Lent and Holy Week -- Are You Ready to Shout?
Don't forget to see the Writing Team's terrific new Palm Sunday set!
Did you see these great ideas at www.rotation.org?
- How to make Art Easels out of cardboard.
- Painting with objects from the Bible story.
- Folks are talking about Rotation Workshops in a small church, multi-aged, shared room.
Want to keep seeing "what's new" at Rotation.org? Our Rotation.org Facebook page features three or four posts a week highlighting new and hidden resource gems at the site.
Awesomely New from the Writing Team:Six new "Meeting Jesus" lessons featuring: Art, Video-Drama, Music, Scavenger Hunt, Software, and a special "Emmaus Stations" journey. Lessons with creativity, depth, and integrity --to help them see Jesus.
Everyone can check out the lesson summaries and Bible Background.
Supporting Members can access the lesson plans.Update: "Mary Magdalene Meets Jesus at the Empty Tomb" (the next WT lesson set) will be posted February 14th
On March 1st, the Rotation.org Board will be raising the annual cost of a Supporting Membership from $30 to $45. Read more about it.
If you are already a supporting member you will receive an email one week prior to your membership anniversary date asking you to renew. It will not renew without your action. Be sure your email is current in your Profile.
Not a supporting member? Annual memberships are still $30 for the next 28 days!
Become More Wonderful Today
Registered members have THROUGH FEBRUARY to sign up for a one-year membership for just $30. You'll not only be supporting our unique, non-profit approach to creative Sunday School resourcing, you'll get access to all the Writing Team's PRIMO lesson sets and other site features (like search and bookmarking)
The Rotation.org Difference
When you compare creativity, choice, cost, and the ability to ask questions and get lesson support, you can clearly see why we love rotation.org. Most publishers and lesson websites give you a single warmed-over lesson plan that reads like something out of the 70's and always seems a little "young." At Rotation.org we believe in giving our teachers MANY choices and creative lesson techniques, and we're always here to help.
Your Volunteer Board,
Luanne, Anne, Carol, Jaymie, Cathy, Amy, and Heidi