Our Weekly Liturgy Lesson - 2nd Sunday in Ordinary Time (Cycle C) Can Help Kids to Understand the Gospel.
Use this Weekly Liturgy Lesson - 2nd Sunday in Ordinary Time (Cycle C) to help teach children that all good work is valuable and that God can bless our work. The inspiration for this lesson is the Gospel of St. John 2:1-11, which focuses on Christ's first miracle at the wedding at Cana.
In this week’s Gospel, Jesus performs His first miracle at the wedding at Cana. As the wine runs out, the servants are told by the Virgin Mary to do whatever Christ asks of them. They worked in obedience, and their effort was blessed and made useful by God. We must remember that God can bless and make useful everything we do, no matter what our vocation or occupation may be.
This fun unit study is suited for a CCD or Religious Education class. It may also be used for Sunday School programs or as homeschool materials.
This Weekly Liturgy Lesson - 2nd Sunday in Ordinary Time (Cycle C) unit study includes:
-Student and Teacher Cover Sheets
-Student Lesson Worksheets
-Inclusive Teacher Guide
-Set of 4 Notebooking sheets
-8 Word wall terms: miracle, instructs, brim, obey, surprised, complained, work, best
-My Work Is Important to God Display Activity and Poster
-God Can Bless My Good Work Coloring Sheet
-2nd Sunday in Ordinary Time, Jesus Performs His First Miracle Mini-Book
-Jesus Performs His First Miracle Picture Puzzle - 4 Levels - 4pc, 9pc, 12pc, 20pc
-Jesus Performs His First Miracle Crossword Puzzle and Word Search Puzzle
-How to Work Well Get the Gospel Trading Card
-Help Me Do My Work Door Hanger Activity
This lesson provides opportunities for Scripture reading, class or small group discussion, writing, drawing, and coloring.
Teachers should use the materials and activities to fit the needs or abilities of students or to meet the allotted class schedule.
Age: Gr. 2-5
Week: 2nd Sunday in Ordinary Time (Cycle C)
Focus: Jesus Performs His First Miracle
Theme: God can bless our work.
Gospel: John 2:1-11
CCC: 156, 547-549, 901, 1613, 2618