Learning at Home: Digital Materials for Faith Formation at Home

Learning at Home

Although we cannot meet in person, learning together can still happen at home! Each week, we provide online opportunities and digital materials for children and youth.

  • Holy Week Centerpiece Activity: As we prepare to observe Holy Week in our homes, here is an activity designed to help households of all shapes and sizes read and pray through the passion narrative in the Gospel according to Matthew. The Holy Week Centerpiece provides families with daily readings, activities, reflections, and prayers. It is flexible, adaptable, and uses materials you probably already have at home. Download Activity Packet
  • Preschool through fifth grade: See the the RLC email update for a link to download materials from RLC’s online folder that includes a portion of the Whirl curriculum used in Learning Hour classes. These materials, grouped by week and grade, include learner leaflets, videos, and a selection of activities for each grade. The learner leaflets may be printed, or you can just view them on a device. You may also download videos for personal viewing, however, due to copyright licensing, please delete any downloaded video files after viewing. Do not share or distribute these materials online.
  • Youth (grades six through 12): Each week, you will receive a new link in the RLC email update to a discussion starter from the ELCA that is also tied to the weekly lectionary. These are designed to dialog current events with Sunday’s Gospel text. There are discussion questions, reflections, and activities tailored for this age group. Discussion Starter for March 29

Questions? Contact Victoria Hoppes, victoria@rlcindy.org


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