Focus on the Sunday Gospel for the 30th Sunday in Ordinary Time.

Use this unit study to help teach children that we must have faith in God even though we cannot see Him. This lesson is based on Mark 10:46-52.

In this week’s Gospel, Jesus heals blind Bartimaeus. This passage focuses on the imperative act of having faith in God even though we cannot see Him. Our Faith not only brings us comfort, but it can empower and inspire us to live a life of courageous love for God. By continuously building our knowledge of God, we can increase our faith in Him. Like Bartimaeus, we too must have faith and not fear.

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.

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This unit study includes:
-Student and Teacher Cover Sheets
-Student lesson worksheets
-Inclusive Teacher Guide
-Set of 4 notebooking sheets
-8 Word wall terms: blind, faith, loudly, clearly, trust, rely, powerfully, belief
-Decorative Thematic Poster
-You Don’t Need to See to Believe Display/Bulletin Board Activity
-We Must Have Faith in God Even Though We Cannot See Him Coloring Sheet
-I Have Faith Coloring Poster
-30th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Christ Heals Blind Bartimaeus Mini-Book
-Christ Heals Blind Bartimaeus Word Search Puzzle
-Christ Heals Blind Bartimaeus Picture Puzzle - 4 Levels - 4pc, 9pc, 12pc, 20pc
-Have Faith, Not Fear Tenty
-Get the Gospel! You Don't Need to See to Believe Scripture Trading Card

There are opportunities in this lesson for Scripture reading, class or small group discussion, writing, drawing, and coloring. Teachers are encouraged use the lesson and activities to fit the needs or abilities of students, or to meet the allotted class schedule.

Age: Gr. 2-5
Week: 30th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Cycle B)
Focus: Christ heals blind Bartimaeus.
Theme: We must have faith in God even though we cannot see Him.
Gospel: Mark 10:46-52
CCC: 26, 142, 150, 1814, 2087



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