About Whole People of God

Flexible, Easy, and Economical - Great for small churches!



Whole People of God is a complete online Lectionary-based Sunday school curriculum. It includes weekly age-level lessons as well as worship resources for leaders.


  • An annual license – from first Sunday in September to the last Sunday in August. The Year at a Glance Chart found on the Explore Resources page helps for pre-planning.
  • Simple and easy-to-use – all the materials for a particular Sunday, worship resources and age-graded lessons, are organized by date in one area of the website.
  • No wasted paper – download and print just what is needed from the website. The activity sheets are reproducible for the number of children on any particular Sunday.
  • Very flexible – one person registers/orders and then links in up to 18 leaders from the congregation as required. Everyone has access to everything on the site – excellent for churches with varying needs.
  • Worship resources – theme conversations, prayers, liturgies, hymn suggestions, and other worship resources are included each week. Intergenerational services are provided for special Sundays.
  • Uses the Revised Common Lectionary – helps link worship and education. The same themes flow through both the worship and lesson materials each week.
  • Priced especially for small congregations – rates are based on the average Sunday attendance of your congregation (see the Whole People of God Price Chart found under Explore Resources).
  • Includes coloured teaching pictures – one set of colour teaching pictures for one class of younger children (Nursery, Beginner, and Primary) and one class of older children (Junior and Youth) are included to download and print yourself (formatted for 8.5" x 11" printing – colour recommended) OR you can choose the package with teaching pictures already printed (shipping and handling apply). Additional sets of the teaching pictures may also be purchased separately.
  • Ongoing ideas & support – register for the free e-mail Tip of the Week, short messages that give you extra ideas for connecting the materials to current events.

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