Curriculum Library

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The presbytery has invested in the PC(USA)’s most recent curricula for children, youth and adults. Copies of all currently available units of Follow Me: Biblical Practices or Faithful Living and Growing in God’s Love: A Story Bible Curriculum, as well as the companion Growing in God’s Love: a Story Bible and the confirmation resource Big God Big Questions are now ready to check-out for review and evaluation.

Each individual piece may also be available to use in your Christian formation ministry. In order to comply with copyright law, the presbytery can lend each piece only once for teaching purposes, but all will continue to be available for review.

For more information contact Susan Young Thornton.


Follow Me: Biblical Practices for Faithful Living

A thirty-six-unit curriculum based on practices Jesus did and taught us to do as faithful followers, Follow Me is written for people of all ages who wish to live out their faith, Participants will examine where these practices are found in the Bible and how they have been used in Christian faith then and now.



Growing in God’s Love: A Story Bible Curriculum

Based on the 148 stories in Growing in God’s Love: A Story Bible, this relationally focused, multi-age curriculum is written for ages 5 – 10 years. Each session includes suggestions for worship, service and things to do at home.


Growing in Grace & Gratitude Toddler

Children nurtured in the love and grace of God learn the story of who and whose they are by watching, listening, tasting, smelling, playing, and exploring holy things in the context of a faith community. Growing in Grace & Gratitude for Toddlers (Ages 1-3) includes basic information and resources for caregivers, including:

  • An easy-to-use guidebook
  • Stories & More: 52 Bible story cards that provide colorful visuals
  • Age-appropriate enrichment activities in a handy tear-out book
  • At-home resource sheets (on CD)



Big God Big Questions: Confirmation for a Growing Faith

Considering the research of the Confirmation Project, Big God Big Questions prepares students to authentically respond to the traditional membership questions. Focusing on Bible study, tradition, and the church, students will engage the life of faith in their own congregations and beyond.