Learning About Communion - Participant
Luther's Small Cat Series: "Learning About Communion"
This booklet teaches the meaning of Holy Communion according to the pattern of Luther's Small Catechism, and is recommended for the Fifth Grade Level. Each week focuses on a specific Bible story which illustrates the theme, with additional references from Scripture and Luther's Small Catechism - Children's Version. Lessons emphasize the sacramental promise of the forgiveness of sins conveyed to us in the body and blood of our Lord Jesus Christ. This booklet was designed to be used as a Sunday School unit, or for classes to prepare students for their First Communion.
Communion - Sessions:
Lesson 1: Remembering Jesus - Story: “The Last Supper”
Lesson 2: Jesus Is With Us - Story: “Jesus Appeared to His Disciples”
Lesson 3: Jesus Gives Us Gifts - Story: “The New Agreement”
Lesson 4: To Be Forgiven - Story: “Jesus Healed & Forgave a Man”
Lesson 5: Getting Ready - Story: “Jesus and Zacchaeus”
About: Luther's Small Cat Series
Click HERE to purchase the Small Cat Intro Kit - one of each book in the series
Luther's Small Cat Series is an elementary-aged Sunday School curricula focusing on Luther's Small Catechism. Each of these five-session booklets use Scripture stories, puzzles, and questions to explore the meaning of a single part of the Catechism, all with the help of that wise little cat! Printed in every booklet is the appropriate section from Luther's Small Catechism - Children's Version for use in study and memory work. The separate Teacher's Guide has reproducible bible story sheets, craft and activity ideas, as well as memory-work handouts.
Titles in the Series (with suggested grade levels*):
Level 1. Learning About Baptism
Level 2. Learning the Lord's Prayer
Level 3. Learning the Ten Commandments
Level 4. Learning the Apostles' Creed
Level 5. Learning About Communion
Level 6. Learning About Confession
Click HERE to purchase our newest Small Cat Booklet: Luther's Small Cat Discovers the Seasons of the Church Year.
*the materials are flexible enough to be used with higher or lower grades, depending on the capability of students