LutheranHomeschool.com is pleased to present another free list of compiled resources, this time focusing on Lutheran coloring books & pages. These are all produced by Lutherans and many, but not all, are religious in nature. (The product is a printable version of what follows below.)
Know of more? Please let us know!
Lutheran Coloring Books & Pages
- Color the Catechism
- Color & Wonder – Old Testament & Color & Wonder – New Testament by CPH (These are reproducible!!! Yay!)
- The Illuminated Catechism & The Illuminated Hymnal by CPH
- 500 Years Luther Anniversary Coloring Book: 30 Beautiful & Inspirational Images
- My Little ABC Coloring Liturgy Book
- Reformation A-Z Coloring Book
Individuals Producing Lutheran Coloring Resources
- Ed Riojas (Sometimes he shares coloring pages on his Facebook page, too.)
- Pleasantly Crafted Art
- Pure Joy Creative
- Rev. Scott Blazek
- Titvs Classics (Latin inspired coloring books, including some specifically Christian ones!)
Individuals offering Colorable Children’s Bulletins or Worship Notes
- Heidi Sias’s free Lessons for Lambs (One Year Lectionary)
- Pure Joy Creative sells Printable Children’s Bulletins/Worship Notes for Little Lutherans (One Year Lectionary)
You may also be able to find some stuff by looking through God’s Hand in our Lives Sunday school material.
(By the way, Lambs at Pasture offers a weekly resource for family devotions, focusing on Sunday’s lessons. It’s pretty great although there are not things to color in it. However, it is also available in Spanish!)
Individuals Collecting Lutheran Coloring Resources
This might be a bit of a stretch but Scholia.net does offer a wealth of black and white bulletin covers, free of charge, arranged according to the Church Year for various lectionaries. It’s good to know about. It is an older site, with lots of free resources, that has served the Lutheran church for many years.
Organizations Producing Lutheran Coloring Resources
- Preschool: https://www.pexels.com/photo/arts-and-crafts-child-close-up-color-159579/