Sunday Bible Classes
Come join a class on Sunday mornings from 9:45 – 10:45 (11:00 – 12:00 during summer schedule). Child care for infants and toddlers is available in the Nursery during Bible Class.
Classes for preschoolers through sixth graders begin at 9:45 a.m. with an opening of songs and praises in the sanctuary. Parents and toddlers are also welcome to attend the Sunday School opening in the sanctuary.
Confirmation Club and High School Youth begin in their respective classrooms.
Adults are welcome to join in a session of fellowship in Adult Education Room 2 before joining their class.
Current classes include:
Age 3 - Kindergarten (Room 8): One teacher is assisted by parent volunteers to ensure that children have the support to participate in active learning experiences.
1st and 2nd Graders (Room 11): Co-teachers provide learning experiences to meet individual needs.
3rd - 6th Graders (Room 1): Co-teachers provide learning experiences to meet individual needs.
7th and 8th Graders (Adult Ed #1): This class supports learning for students in middle school as well as those preparing for confirmation as members of Wednesday Confirmation Club.
High School (Youth Room): Team teachers lead teens in Bible study and Christian life discussion topics.
Young Families and Couples Class (Room 6): Bible study and Christian life discussion topics of interest to the group.
Adults (Adult Ed #3): The Sunday morning Adult Bible 9:45-10:45 classes for fall 2011:
Table Talk - led by Steve Stephens, explores what Lutherans believe and includes an overview of the Bible and catechism. Individuals considering membership or looking to review the basics of our faith will find this class helpful.
Old Testament Feasts for New Testament Believers - led by Jerry Lucas, explores the elements of feasts and festivals observed by the children of Israel, the reasons behind these feasts, and how these understandings support and enhance our understanding of God's plan of salvation for us in Jesus Christ.
Seven Marks of the Church - led by Pastor Jagow, explores Luther's teaching on the seven marks of the church: possession of the Word, Baptism, Sacrament of the Altar, Office of the Keys, Office of Ministry, Discipleship, and the cross (suffering on account of one's faith). How do these "marks" define the corporate body of Christ and connect with the lives of individual Christians?