Teach Me to Worship is adapted from a curriculum originally developed by the staff at Orangewood Presbyterian Church in Maitland, FL. The curriculum presents and explains common elements of worship that the universal church has used throughout the ages. The material is available in PDF format which allows ministry leaders to download and print the material according to their schedule and need. A subscription to the curriculum includes unlimited access to the curriculum, handouts and activities for the children, letters to parents, training videos and worship music.
“It’s theologically sound. It helps prepare the children for corporate worship, which is our goal. It gives us sound material to present to our many volunteers and know that they can adjust it per age group and make the most if it.”
– Elizabeth Koneru, Spring Run Presbyterian Church, Midlothian, Virginia
“The lessons are theologically sound and easy to adapt for a range of ages. (We have 4-11 years in one class.) Our volunteers take a week at a time rather than a month, and it’s worked well for us.”
– Allie Arnold, Redeemer Presbyterian Church, Edmond, Oklahoma
Each of the 12 monthly units has four lessons. For the complete curriculum outline, click here.
Each weekly lesson and resources vary depending on that week’s topic. The sample below is the first lesson in the curriculum.