JIGSAW connecting God's Big Picture . . . brand new Sunday School Curriculum

Jigsaw Sunday School Curriculum

Our children’s work is growing and Diocesan Children’s Officer, Julie Currie, has just launched a brand new Sunday School curriculum called ‘Jigsaw – Connecting God’s Big Picture’. The programme has been 18 months in development and has been adopted by 27 parishes around the diocese. Available free to Down and Dromore parishes, the Jigsaw programme contains all the material needed for leaders to run a full year of Sunday School and can be used across a variety of church contexts.“Jigsaw is the result of a lot of research and we have tried to build in the best aspects of other programmes we looked at,” says Julie. “We’re aiming to produce a 6 year curriculum in two 3–year cycles repeated from a slightly different angle, so that by the time our kids leave primary school they are well grounded in the Bible. The material uses teaching, memory verses, prayers and activities that will make up the bigger picture of God’s love and His plan for our lives.”

This is the pilot year and Julie is very much collaborating with the Sunday Schools who are giving feedback via Facebook and Pinterest, such as this comment after week two: 

“We started last week with an introduction to the programme and today had our first full blown Sunday school. We really enjoyed using the materials and I loved the fact it was all planned already. Thank you so much for devising this all for busy leaders”

If you would like more information about using Jigsaw with your Sunday School then please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. in the diocesan office.

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