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Eco-Curriculum Review for the title
Green Church: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, Rejoice!
This is the brief report format.
More detailed reports are also available for this title.
Green Church is a six-week study of this critically important topic from a Christian perspective. Using Scripture and scientific findings, the study begins where we are and helps us think through what we know, what we can learn, and what we can do to make a difference.
Subjects for each week:
1. Repent (Biblical focus: Genesis accounts of creation and the flood, or de-creation.)
2. Reclaim (Biblical focus: the human call to stewardship of the creation.)
3. Reduce (Biblical focus: Sabbath.)
4. Reuse (Biblical focus: Matthew 6:19-21 - treasure.)
5. Recycle (Biblical focus: resurrection.)
6. Rejoice (Biblical focus: texts of joy from Psalms to Revelation)
Jean Bass, a United Church of Christ pastor of a small church in New Hampshire
Target Audience & Course Sessions
Preschool Primary Jr. High Sr. High Adult
NOTE: Our reviewer may have checked a wider age range than specified in the curriculum itself.
Normal number/length of sessions
If the curriculum's normal lesson plan is followed, there will be
6 class sessions
each lasting about 1 to 1 1/2 hours
|In the judgement of the reviewer:|
using these materials, or even just one session from them, a reasonable, coherent and self-contained class can be offered in a single session of about an hour.
using these materials, a class can be offered that runs for at least two sessions.
Interfaith - addressed people of many faiths |
Judeo-Christian - addressed to Jews & Christians
Christian - addressed explicitly to Christians
Not explicity faith-based - not much religious content
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