Lent and Easter in the church school.

By: Evangelical and Reformed Church. Board of Christian Education and Publication
Contributor(s): National Council of the Congregational Christian Churches in the United States. Board of Home Missions. Division of Christian Education
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Boston : Philadelphia : Division of Christian Education ; Board of Christian Education and Publication, [1958?]Description: 20 p. ; 24 cmSubject(s): Children and death | Children -- Religious life | Evangelical and Reformed Church -- Education | Christian education of childrenLOC classification: BX7463 | .L4 1958?
Contents:
What makes Lent meaningful to children? -- Why do they call it Good Friday? -- Teaching the meaning of Easter to children / by Hazel Kay Schoonmaker -- Interpreting death to children / by Helen H. and Lewis J. Sherrill -- What can Easter mean to children? / by Roger L. Shinn.
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What makes Lent meaningful to children? -- Why do they call it Good Friday? -- Teaching the meaning of Easter to children / by Hazel Kay Schoonmaker -- Interpreting death to children / by Helen H. and Lewis J. Sherrill -- What can Easter mean to children? / by Roger L. Shinn.

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