We believe that Faith Formation is a lifelong journey,
and that a variety of opportunities is vital for Faith Formation from birth through adulthood.
FOR PARENTS WITH YOUNG CHILDREN
(Birth – 2 years)
All families whose children are baptized receive a monthly newsletter with resources to help your child grow in faith. Parents receive these newsletters until the child is age two.
FOR PARENTS WITH PRESCHOOL TO ELEMENTARY AGE CHILDREN
We offer Sunday morning education opportunities as well as all-age & family events through the year. We celebrate a variety of faith milestones including First Bibles and First Communion.
To view a video of the children’s time during church service, click here.
FOR FAMILIES WITH MIDDLE SCHOOL CHILDREN
We offer Sunday morning education opportunities as well as a comprehensive confirmation program. Students participate in confirmation for three consecutive years; parents and other caring adults are highly involved with this ministry. Confirmation is celebrated as a faith milestone when students have completed instruction. Middle school students are encouraged to attend summer camp, ELCA youth gatherings, and participate in serving in worship, service projects and fundraisers as they are able.
FOR FAMILIES WITH HIGH SCHOOL CHILDREN
High school students are encouraged to attend summer camp, ELCA youth gatherings, mission trip experiences, and participate in serving in worship, service projects and fundraisers as they are able. High school graduates are celebrated in the spring of their senior year.
We offer a number of educational and group activities throughout the year, along with several bible studies and small groups that meet on a regular basis. Please contact us for a current list of study and small group opportunities.
Sunday School at Home
Bible Passage Seventh Sunday of Easter (Acts 16:16-40) Today is the Seventh Sunday of Easter. We continue to celebrate Jesus rising from death to new
Today is the Sixth Sunday of Easter. We continue to celebrate Jesus rising from death to new life. Today, we learn about a woman named
Sunday School @ Home – Fifth Sunday of Easter (May 15 2022) Love One Another As I Have Loved You (John 13:31-35) Storyteller Susie Swenson
The Good Shepherd and His Sheep (John 20:19-31) Watch the story (John 10) together: Sheep are led and taken care of by a person called
Doubting Thomas (John 20:19-31) Thomas is often called “doubting Thomas” because he said he wouldn’t believe that Jesus had returned to the disciples after the