Tuesday, May 21, 2019

Education


Christian Education
We are looking forward to an exciting year and the opportunity to share God’s love with young and old alike.

NEW Children’s Church for Pre-K – 5th grade –
Children’s Church will occur during the Sunday Service.
Children will listen to the children’s sermon in church and then be excused to go as a
group for their lesson (about 20 minutes) and then they will return to the sanctuary at
the passing of the peace (for communion and the remainder of the service.) This replaces
their class previously held after church.

Sunday school for confirmation students, high school students and adults will remain from 10:30-11:30 am.

Kid’s Choir

Sunday School is from 10:40-11:30 am and meets in the following locations: confirmation class in library; high school in the youth room; and adults meeting in classroom I or  the Fellowship Hall. We look forward to seeing you in Sunday School.

Adult Sunday Education
Adult Sunday classes meet in the Worship Center at 10:40 Sunday morning September through May.

Lenten Soup Suppers and Evening Prayer
You are invited to a special time of fellowship and prayerful reflection and worship on the Wednesdays of Lent.

Beginning Mar. 13, we will gather for a simple meal of soup and bread starting at 5:30 pm, followed by Lenten Evening Prayer at 6:15 pm. The theme
for Lenten Evening Prayer this year is “Five Calls of Lent” and is based on the writings of Henri Nouwen.

The weekly themes are as follows:

Mar. 13: Called to Silence
Mar. 20: Called to Acceptance
Mar. 27: Called to Hope
Apr. 3: Called to Compassion
Apr. 10: Called to Revolution

A sign-up sheet is available at the Welcome Center if you would care to sign up to bring soup. We hope you will come!

Lutheran
Check this out—The new LivingLutheran.com is live! This is your place for fresh, daily content and conversation on what it means to “live Lutheran.” Read exclusive blog entries by ELCA Lutherans with a wide variety of viewpoints and opinions. Find your favorite articles from Seeds for the Parish. Watch videos that amuse and inspire. Meet fascinating ELCA members, and join the conversation on topics that matter most to you. We’re probably being a bit presumptuous, but we like to think that Martin Luther would approve.

Read the Bible in One Year
Go to Read the Bible in One Year online.