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I Didn't Know Our Sunday School Had . . . Rally Day

School-supply aisles are packed, heads are sporting new coifs, and pools are advertising their last few weeks of the swimming season.

It’s that time of year! A new class in school often means a new class in Sunday School as well—or at least a time to regroup and get ready for a new season of learning about Jesus’ love. Whether you call this special time Rally Day, Fall Kick-off, or something else, take advantage of the excitement by celebrating Sunday School!

This blog site is full of ideas on how to get things started right for your Sunday School, but what resources are there to engage both the church and families in the Sunday School fun?

Guess what: we have free resources for you.

Click the link above to find easy Rally Day service materials to incorporate Rally Day into your worship service or to involve your pastor during Sunday School.

Now, here’s something to keep in mind: we don’t all celebrate Rally Day on the same day! So while we often choose Bible passages that are used during this time of year, you can take a look at any other Rally Day Service and choose which one works best for you.

God’s blessings as you thank Him for another year of teaching His children of His love.



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