Track which weeks Sunday school meets, and which reading passages will be covered.

This reading schedule takes the weekly reading assignments from the Come Follow Me scripture study curriculum‘s table of contents and puts them into a weekly chapter checklist, lined up side-by-side with a calendar that allows you to also check off which days you’ve read. The calendar days also indicate on which Sundays wards will hold Sunday school classes (the first and third Sundays of every month) and shows which weekly assignments will be combined and taught together in a single lesson, during each class session.

For example, during the week of Nov. 4–10, the reading is Hebrews 1–6. During the week of Nov. 11–17, the reading is Hebrews 7–13. Sunday school will not be held Nov. 10 (a second Sunday of the month), but it will be held Nov. 17 (because it’s a third Sunday of the month). During that class session, the teacher should cover the reading assignments for the previous two weeks, or in this case, the entire book of Hebrews.

Note that in parts of the world where they don’t meet on Sundays, they’ll have to tweak this schedule somewhat.

We’ve been instructed, of course, that the reading schedule is flexible and is only a general guide. I thought it would be helpful, though, for people to have this reading schedule so they can pace themselves and know in advance which passages will be likely be discussed during any given Sunday school class session.

Small print (half-page single-sided)

Large print (full-page double-sided)

8 Responses to “Come Follow Me reading schedule: New Testament (2019)”

  1. Shirley Kimber says:

    Thank you!

  2. Justin Barton says:

    Very cool.

  3. Carol Dark says:

    Thank you so much. This will be very helpful!

  4. Margaret Dansie says:

    Thank you so much! We will use this!

  5. I loved this last year—is there a chance of one for the Book of Mormon for this year?

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