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A curriculum is a set of courses and resources for use in an educational setting.

From the Latin, currere, it is a course to be run, following a plan set using experiences
through which a learner can grow in knowledge.


Curriculum Charts
Organized by age level, these documents list numerous curricular materials from a variety of denominations and publishers.

Children’s Curriculum Chart
(ages 0-12) updated April 2014

Youth Curriculum Chart
(ages 13-18) updated October 2014

Adult Curriculum Chart
(18 and over) updated October 2014

Confirmation Curriculum Chart

Bibliography for Episcopal Confirmation preparation sources (2009)


How to Choose a Curriculum
Here are some helpful documents to walk you through the process of selecting your educational resources.

How to evaluate curriculum

Selecting a Curriculum That’s Right for Your Church
A process for your church to follow for discerning what curricula might be best for your congregation

2013 Survey and 2010 Survey 
Results regarding the types of curriculum that churches are currently using with children, youth, and adults.

Menu of opportunities
How to develop a full-bodied Adult formation offering in your congregation, providing a for learning and growing in faith.

Remember that diocesan and/or Church-Based Resource Centers often have copies of curricula on hand for previewing. Always a good idea before making a purchase and commitment.


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