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The Jesse Tree Book

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The Jesse Tree

Theme:
The Jesse Tree Book is a Master Set that provides pastors, principals, DRE’s, teachers and catechists with materials and resources for a Jesse Tree celebration. It includes black-line master sheets for planners and participants. This set offers suggestions for celebrating the Advent season with shared meditation and prayer, classroom and home activities, and learning aids focusing on the meaning of Christmas.

Topics include:

Who Was Jesse?
Planning the Celebration
Who, What, Where, When, Why
Jesus, the Promised One
The Family Tree of Jesse
Suggestions for Jesse Tree Ornaments
Templates for Ornament cut-outs
Adam, Eve, Noah, Abraham
Sarah, Isaac, Jacob, Joseph
Moses, Ruth, Jesse, David
Elizabeth, Zachary, John
Joseph, Mary, Jesus
Jesse Tree Paper Chain
Jesse Tree Box Collage

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