Winter

You can browse our material by season to find something appropriate for a specific time of the year. Some resources may be relevant for more than one seasons. Our winter material is listed below, arranged in order according to the ecclesiastical calendar.

Please note that the Search feature on the side or on the bottom of this page can also be used to navigate our content.


SAINT NICHOLAS ARCHBISHOP OF MYRA
December 6

Saint Nicholas, Archbishop of Myra, the Wonder-worker

Creative activities for teaching about the Saint.

st_nicholas_featured

NATIVITY FAST/ADVENT
November 15 to December 25

A different Jesse Tree

Background and teaching resources for an Orthodox approach to the popular Jesse Tree tradition of the Nativity season.


THE ENTRANCE OF THE THEOTOKOS
November 21

The Entrance of the Theotokos into the Temple

Digital and analog resources for teaching about the feast.


The Entrance of the Theotokos: Fabric Learning Set

A hands-on teaching resource made out of soft fleece fabric to help teach about the feast.


NATIVITY OF OUR LORD JESUS CHRIST
December 25

The Nativity of Christ: Our resource collection

An extensive collection of creative resources for exploring the Nativity of our Lord.

nativity_featured

The Nativity of Christ: Fabric Learning Set

A hands-on teaching resource made out of soft fleece fabric to help teach about the feast.


SAINT BASIL THE GREAT
January 1

Saint Basil the Great

Hands-on activities to teach about this greatly beloved Saint.


HOLY THEOPHANY
January 6

Holy Theophany and the Blessing of the Waters

Analog and digital activities for teaching about the feast.


SYNAXIS OF THE HOLY THREE HIERARCHS
January 30

The Holy Three Hierarchs

Creative activities to teach the feast of the Three Hierarchs.

3_hierarchs_featured

THE MEETING OF OUR LORD
February 2

The Meeting of our Lord

Analog and digital activities to teach the Great Feast of the Meeting of our Lord.


The Meeting of our Lord/Annunciation: Fabric Learning Set

A hands-on teaching resource made out of soft fleece fabric to help teach about two Great Feasts that are celebrated one after the other: The Meeting of our Lord and the Annunciation of the Theotokos.