Saul/Paul’s Transformation – Workshop Schedule

During the school year, each Rotation for our Sunday’s Cool Disciples (what we call Sunday’s school for our 1st – 6th graders at FUMC in Ann Arbor, MI) includes six workshops.

In April 2010, we’ll be studying the story of the Transformation of Saul/Paul. Read this story in Acts 9:1-22. Here is the schedule for this Rotation…

{The schedule has been removed, as it is no longer applicable.}

What’s happening in each workshop?

  • In the Art Workshop kids start off talking about how transformations are happening at a rapid rate! Buds are becoming blossoms, tadpoles are changing into frog… and artists transform supplies into art. Use all of their creativity to transform ordinary clay.
  • In the Cooking Workshop they’ll discuss changes that can occur on our outsides and on our insides. Then they’ll change ordinary ingredients into a tasty surprise snack.
  • In the Drama workshop hear about how Saul/Paul was changed on the inside by Jesus. He looked the same but believed and behaved in different ways. Enact a conversion story.
  • In the Games workshop we’ll play a quiz game to see how much of the story they know. Get ready to be the first to ring the bell! We’ll be running two games workshops each week – one for older kids, and one for younger kids. (Exception: on the 11th we’re expecting a lower enrollment with everyone out on break.)
  • In the Video workshop kids will hear the Bible story while viewing pictures that depict the story in an unusual way. Then watch portions of the animated video from Nest Entertainment, Saul of Tarsus. Discuss how getting to know Jesus can change us.

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