Sunday School is a time of learning for children, youth, and adults. Each Sunday during the school year (Labor Day to Memorial Day), interactive classes are offered to teach Biblical stories and to learn ways to approach everyday situations that reflect how God desires for us to live and interact with all creation.
9:15 a.m. Fellowship time with coffee and donuts
9:30 a.m. Classes for all ages
- Classes for pre-K through fifth grade and high school meet in classrooms on the second floor. On a typical Sunday, these classes engage in age-appropriate discussion and activities surrounding the lectionary texts that will be read during worship.
- The confirmation class, open to all youth in grades 6-9, meets in the music office on the first floor behind Memorial Hall. This year, confirmands will be exploring what it means to be a Lutheran, the church year, and liturgy and worship rituals, especially Holy Communion and Baptism.
- The Adult Bible class meets in the Parlor—up the ramp from the parking lot entrance, turn down the hall to the right, last room on the left.
- The Pastor’s class gathers in Meeting Room 2–up the ramp from the parking lot entrance, turn down the hall to the right, first room on the right. Study topics vary depending on the interests of the participants.