Friday, December 14, 2018

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 will resume on Oct. 14 to prepare for Hanging of the Greens on Dec. 1 and the annual Christmas
program. Meeting time will be 10:30 to 11 am. Come get ready for the holidays!

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.

Advent Wednesday Evening Study & Soup Suppers
Join us for Midweek Prayer Services and soup this Advent!

We’ll meet on the three Wednesdays of Advent prior to Christmas Eve: Dec. 5, Dec. 12 and Dec. 19.

Soup will be served starting at 5:30 pm in the Fellowship Hall and prayer will begin at 6:15 pm in the worship center.

The theme for the services is: The Road to Christmas, and each service will include Holden Evening Prayer, Scripture and a reflection from Pastor Jim:

Dec. 5: Mary and Joseph: From Nazareth to Bethlehem

Dec. 12: Shepherds: From the fields to the manger

Dec. 19: Jesus: From Heaven to Earth

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