Church of the Holy Eucharist logo


faith formation resources

After each faith formation session, we post resources for our families to use to continue the faith coversation at home. Resources include that month's children's lessons, the adult presentation and any videos that were used. We also offer suggestions for growing in faith throughout the month at home. Below are May resources.

May Resources

Adult presentation

May Newsletter Page 1

May Newsletter Page 2

Home Assignment Levels 1-3

Home Assignment Levels 4-5

Home Assignment Levels 6-8

April Resources

Adult presentation

Home assignment Levels 1-3

Home assignment Levels 4-5

Home assignment Levels 6-8

Road to Emmaus Skit

March resources

Stations of the Cross

March Newsletter

March Presentation

March Home Assignment

February Home Assignments

Levels 1-3

Levels 4-5

Level 6-8

February presentation from Erika Vining

February Newsletter page 1

February Newsletter page 2

January Home assignments:

Levels 1-3

Levels 4-5

Levels 6-8

January Adult presentation

January Newsletter page 1

January Newsletter page 2

December Home Assignment - all levels

December Newsletter page 1

December newsletter page 2

November Adult Presentation

November Newsletter Front

November Newsletter Back

Levels 1-3 Home Assignment

Levels 4-5 Home Assignment

Levels 6-8 Home Assignment

This year's image theme is the rainbow.

Rainbows are spectacular rays of color. Sunlight looks white, but it's really made up of different, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, and violet. The sun makes rainbows when white sunlight passes through rain drops. The raindrops act like tiny prisms. They bend the different colors in white light, so the light spreads out into a band of colors that can be reflected back to you as a rainbow. Because a rainbow is an optical illusion, you can never reach the end of a rainbow. As you move toward it, it moves too.

Three conditions must be met in order for you to see a rainbow. First, it must be raining. Second, the sun must be shining. Third, the observer must be between the sun and the rain. The lower the sun is in the sky, the higher the arc of the rainbow will be.

Let’s consider the rainbow to be a metaphor for our relationship to God.

1.What does the sun represent? What does the rain represent? Why is it important that the observer is between the sun and the rain?

2.A rainbow is an optical illusion. Our relationship to God is no illusion but how can we think about the connection between what and how we see and our relationship to God?

ArrowIcon BloggerIcon AimIcon DeliciousIcon PaperIcon EtsyIcon FacebookIcon FilmStripIcon FlickrIcon CameraIcon LaunchIcon GooglePlus2Icon GooglePlusIcon HeartIcon InformationIcon InstagramIcon LastfmIcon FrontCameraIcon LinkedInIcon EmailIcon MoneyIcon ItunesIcon MyspaceIcon OpenTableIcon PayPalIcon PencilIcon PersonIcon PhotoIcon PicasaIcon PinterestIcon PodcastIcon RssIcon ShoppingCartIcon SoundCloudIcon StarIcon TableProjectIcon TheCityIcon TumblrIcon Twitter2Icon TwitterIcon TypepadIcon VideoIcon VimeoIcon WordPressIcon YelpIcon YoutubeIcon