Sundays | 9:15 AM September-May
PK3-Kindergarten | Grades 1-5 | Grades 6-10 |Adults
Sunday classes are available for everyone in the family! The children in PK3-Grade 5 discover the story of salvation through interactive Old and New Testament lessons. Grades 6-10 explore what Scripture says about life issues they face every day and the adults examine what the Bible says about topics selected by the group. Join us this fall to grow in God's grace through the study of His Word!
"I am not ashamed of the gospel, because it is
the power of God that brings salvation to everyone who believes." Romans 1:16
Growing in God's Word | Grades 6-7
This two-year 58-lesson course helps students build a foundational knowledge of Bible history while incorporating the most important elements of Christian teachings. Old Testament history is covered chronologically when the course begins in an even year, and New Testament history is taught when the course begins in an odd year.
Growing in Grace | Grade 8
This one-year 32-lesson course is designed to teach the six chief parts of Luther’s Small Catechism to young people. Each lesson is based on a brief account from Bible history to underscore the connection between our Lutheran teachings and God’s plan of salvation. This course prepares young people for communicant membership and service in the church.
"The fear of the Lord is the beginning of knowledge, but fools despise wisdom and instruction." Proverbs 1:7
Introduction to the Lutheran Faith | 8 lessons
This course covers the core teachings of the Christian faith in easy-to-understand terms. Adults who are new to the faith, as well as long-time Lutherans looking for a refresher, will appreciate this doctrinal overview.
Old Testament Overview | 12 lessons
This course provides a broad look at how God’s plan of salvation unfolded during the roughly 4,000 years of history included in the Old Testament. It highlights how sin stains all of human history, but God’s grace is weaved throughout it as well.
New Testament Overview | 12 lessons
This course looks at the four Gospels, the book of Acts and all of the epistles with consideration of the authors, audience, and purpose of the writing. We see God’s grace overcome sin time and time again through the life of Christ and the growth of the Christian church.
The Reformation: Luther a Servant of God | 8 lessons
The Reformation of the Christian church inspired by the work of Martin Luther is considered to be one of the most history-altering movements of all time. This course covers the life of Luther and shows how is work confronted the sinful corruption of the Church and the distortion of the Scriptures and gave people the opportunity to learn of God’s grace for the first time
Worship 101 | 10 lessons
What makes Lutheran worship different? This course provides background information on the development of Lutheran worship, a deeper look at the parts of the worship service, and an understanding of why Lutheran worship is both consistent with the way Christians have worshiped over the centuries as well as a unique expression of Biblical theology.
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"Consequently, faith comes from hearing the message, and the message is heard through
the word of Christ." Romans 10:17
SMALL GROUP STUDY
PREPARED TO ANSWER: Telling the Greatest Story Ever Told
Hot button issues or topics can sneak into a conversation quickly. Whether you're among friends, family, or coworkers, someone may bring up the subject of politics or religion and things can get heated. You may have felt unprepared to answer questions directed at you about your faith, but you're not alone.
The Prepared to Answer study provides helpful examples for sharing your faith by supplying Scripture-based responses to common objections to Christianity. Through a unique narrative approach, the book's author gives engaging answers to frequently asked religious questions. Some of the topics in this volume include why bad things happen, different denominational interpretations of Scripture, abortion, miracles, evidence of God's existence, and Jesus' resurrection from the dead. After this study, you will be more prepared to answer questions. CLICK HERE to sign up for the study.