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I Didn't Know Our Sunday School Had . . . Bulletin Notes and Planning Pages

So if you're reading this, you're probably online.

Great! Because some of our greatest Sunday School features can be found online. If you can click a button, you're all set.

At the bottom of this post, I'll share with you a link that we like to call "Sunday School Tools." Which tools will I show you today? Weekly Bulletin Notes and Cross Explorations Planning Pages.

Weekly Bulletin Notes
"Jimmy, what did you learn in Sunday School?" Wouldn't it be great if parents already had a paragraph explaining the lesson of the day? Hey, let's include Grandpa Sam and the nice donut lady who sits two pews behind you. Everyone would benefit by knowing what lesson is being taught this week. Done! Use these bulletin notes in . . . your bulletin. Or feature them on a sign in your lobby or narthex. Or in your weekly email. Or on your website and social media. You get the idea! Use these prepared lesson summaries to make sure everyone is on the same page.

Cross Explorations Planning Pages
The cool thing about Cross Explorations is that there are so many options to choose from. The tricky thing about Cross Explorations is that there are so many options to choose from. How do you decide and articulate the plan for the day? Try our planning pages. Use these lesson-specific printouts to help you pick your lesson plan for the week and distribute it to your teachers. You can do this weekly or plan a quarter out ahead of time. Communication between teachers and directors is key to a successful Sunday School program.

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