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The curriculum materials for 2021 are now available online

Though the bicentennial year will soon end, in 2021 we will study some of what came after the First Vision 200 years ago.

The curriculum materials for 2021 are now available online, as reported by Church News. Manuals have been released for individuals and families, Nursery, Primary, Young Women and Aaronic Priesthood, and Sunday School.

Speaking in October 2019 general conference, Sunday School General President Mark L. Pace said, “Studying the scriptures with Come, Follow Me as a guide is strengthening our conversion to Jesus Christ and His gospel. We are not simply trading one hour less in church on Sunday for one hour more of scripture study at home. Learning the gospel is a consistent effort throughout the week.”

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Printed versions of the individuals and families manual will be received by local wards and branches before January 2021 for distribution to members. Copies of the other manuals need to be pre-ordered for those wishing to have print versions.

Find more information on ChurchofJesusChrist.org.

Lead image: Ivy Ceballo, Deseret News

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