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Communion And Passover Coloring Card - 12 Cards Per Pack

$ 14.95 USD Regular price $ 17.95

Our innovative Origami Endless Loop Card, a captivating blend of art and storytelling that celebrates the themes of communion and the first Passover. This unique card features four ingeniously designed panels that unfold in an endless loop, offering a continuous journey through these profound spiritual events. Each panel is meticulously crafted to engage and educate, making it an ideal tool for Sunday School, Children's Church, or outreach programs.

With its striking black and white design, this card serves as an engaging storytelling medium and a delightful craft project. It encourages creativity and hands-on learning, making it perfect for engaging young minds in the stories and symbols of faith.

Sized at 6 x 6 inches, the card is neither too large nor too small, fitting perfectly in the hands of eager learners. Made from 100 lb uncoated cover stock, it boasts durability and a premium feel. This sturdy material ensures that the card can withstand folding and unfolding as the stories are told and retold, making it a lasting educational tool and keepsake.

Whether used in a classroom setting, incorporated into worship activities, or given as a thoughtful gift, our Origami Endless Loop Card is a meaningful and interactive way to explore and share the messages of communion and the first Passover.

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Cathy Malman
First Passover

Love this product. Children love it also! Love the way it folds and teaches. Very ingenious.

Cathy Smith

The last supper was not the Passover meal.

Matthew 26: 17
The Last Supper - On the first day of the Festival of Unleavened Bread, the disciples came to Jesus and asked, 'Where do you want us to make preparations for you to eat the Passover?' Memory Cross has asked for clarification on what she means because based on this scripture the last supper was the Passover meal.


my students will love these as we learn about Holy Thursday and the Last Supper.