Sunday school for all ages, preschool through adult, is held from 10:15-11:05 a.m. September-May.
Children’s Sunday School (preschool through sixth grade) encourages growth in faith through hands-on activities and engaging Bible readings utilizing a rotation faith formation curriculum published by Spark. The students learn Bible stories in depth over the course of three weeks through story telling, games, art, drama, cooking, computers, music, service, science, and more. Classes are taught by long-time volunteer teachers in the Sunday School wing off the Fellowship Hall (preschool class taught in one of the CLC preschool classrooms). All children are welcome any Sunday; please ask an usher for directions to specific classrooms. The middle school students participate in Confirmation Classes during the Sunday School hour.
Adult Education provides opportunities to explore the Bible, Christian theology, and contemporary topics related to faith. Recent classes include an overview of the entire Bible, introduction to the “Book of Faith” Lutheran way of reading scripture, learning about stewardship (“Giving to God”), and topics such as Dying and Aging, the ELCA Malaria Campaign, orphanages in Haiti, and the Lutheran church in Palestine. This class is taught by lay leaders in the conference/cry room on Sunday mornings – all are welcome.
Vacation Bible School – Our Vacation Bible School program will take a break in 2018 and come back strong in 2019 in our newly remodeled facility.