Leading a Bible study class:
The format of The Revised Common Lectionary Bible Study is designed so that people with very little teaching or Bible study experience can lead a group through the weekly lessons. The following hints will help to make the class attractive to newcomers, permit the group to stay on the subject under discussion and finish in a timely manner. Each leader will have to make adjustments for individual class needs.

class photpHelpful hints for leading a class:
• The person in charge of the class is not primarily a teacher, but rather a
discussion leader.
• The location and starting time for class should be published in the church
bulletin, newsletter, etc.
• It is best if participants work through the weekly lesson prior to the class and write down answers in their workbooks. The leader should do the same.
• Try to call on everyone.
• There are more helpful hints in the "Leaders' Guide"


• Download a printable Leaders' Guide by clicking HERE.

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Who can lead the Bible Study Class?
ANYONE!
The format of The Revised Common Lectionary Bible
Study is designed so that people with very little teaching or Bible study experience can lead a group through the weekly lessons.

How long does a class session last?
Around one hour, if people come prepared.

Does it take long to prepare?
About an hour.

Must the Leader be prepared?
No, but the class goes more smoothly when the leader has previously gone over the lesson.

 

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