There are an enormous variety of curricula available for Children’s Ministry and the quality and price can vary widely.
Make sure that you choose curriculum that fits your church and your children. The articles below have great advice on how to choose curriculum. You may like to talk to other leaders, or phone the office, as this is often the best way to find out what works and what doesn’t. We also have various curricula available for loan (see our Online Resource Library).
Many curricula have a Scope and Sequence (S&S) that enables you to see what they cover over a three or four year cycle.
Checking the S&S is a great way to evaluate curriculum.
Thanks to our friends at Kidsfriendly and NSW Baptists for some of these articles.
Where to start, what to consider and how to move forward... Read more
Our friends at KidsFriendly offer guidelines for choosing teaching resources and brief descriptions of some of the Christian education material available ... Read more
Whether you’re a veteran ministry leader or a children’s worker newbie, the following article by Dr. Thomas Sanders will help you... Read more
With so many curriculums available, it can be hard to decide which is best for your church. The following is a list of areas that may be helpful to consider when selecting... Read more