holy moly

Sparkhouse publishes a curriculum called:

Holy Moly

Sunday school for grades K–4: Ignite a biblical imagination that lasts a lifetime.

How it works
“Every Holy Moly lesson follows a four-part sequence: Discover, Relate, Connect, and Create. Each week, kids watch an animated Bible story video, talk about the story, read their Bible Storybook or Bible, and try a creative leaflet activity. Holy Moly resources are available for kids in kindergarten through fourth grades by unit or as downloadable lessons a la carte.”

Bible-centered approach
“Holy Moly follows the arc of the biblical narrative. Kids of all ages interact with the Bible in every lesson.”

Age-appropriate resources
“Holy Moly printed resources are available for kindergartners through fourth graders—equally engaging younger and older kids.”

Excitement, joy, and surprise
Kids who field-tested Holy Moly said, “It was so hilarious!” and “I would be really excited if my church used it for Sunday school!”

Videos: More show than tell
“Animated videos of the Bible stories don’t use narration. Instead, visuals and sound effects give kids the opportunity to retell the story in their own words.”

Kids continue the conversation
“After class, Holy Moly kids walk away retelling the stories they’ve learned and take home completed activities to share with their family.”

Leaders don’t need to be Bible experts
“Resources are designed so that leaders can take one look at the material, feel prepared, and know they’ll be successful.”

Promotional video:

Check it out @ wearesparkhouse.org/kids/holymoly

Published by Jeremy Mavis

Married to one. Father of two. Friend to several. Blogger to many. Pastor to all. And a passionate follower of Jesus Christ.