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Sunday School

From the June 1974 issue of The Christian Science Journal

What a benefit it would be if all our Sunday Schools, and the parents of all the pupils in them, were working closely together, the parents aware of what the teachers were teaching, the results they were trying for, the problems they were surmounting—and vice versa!

This can happen, and to a very welcome extent it is already happening throughout our movement. Through home visits, parent-teacher meetings, Sunday School open-house events, and in other ways, it is coming about; and the indications are that each individual involved is being greatly blessed.

A Sunday School superintendent in the Midwest told us that at one time she had several pupils who were not attending classes and might even be considered to have fallen away from Science. After praying about the problem she decided to visit the homes of these children. The consequences of one such visit were interesting.