Sunday School and Adult Forum
We will most likely not be meeting together for Sunday school/Adult Forum for the rest of this Sunday school term due to COVID-19. Our practice has always been to take a break from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend, when worship with Holy Communion moves to 9 a.m.
Sunday School and Adult Forum are important for developing and increasing knowledge of the Bible and Lutheran beliefs and worship and how they apply to our modern lives. Congregation lay leaders are strongly encouraged to take this opportunity to better understand and grow in your faith! Please join us at 9 AM every Sunday, fall through spring, ages 3 and up! *
The purpose of Sunday school is to help you help your children to develop a strong foundation in the Word of God and their Lutheran-Christian faith that they can build on throughout their lives, in a relaxed and caring atmosphere. Instruction methods vary, because everyone learns differently. Class members also have a lot of fun! (Please read the letter and attached class schedule at the top of the page.)
Adult Forum: Led by Pastor Larry, the adult class meets in the room on the south side of the nave (what some people call the sanctuary). If you want to dig deeper into the Scriptures and Lutheran faith and practice in friendly surroundings with coffee cup in hand, this is for you! No one is put on the spot. You're welcome to share your thoughts and ideas, ask questions, or just sit quietly and listen to the discussion. There are many distractions in our lives, and many popular teachers out there who often say things that "sound good." But is their theology and interpretation of Scripture sound? This time is designed to help each one of us to "put on the full armor of God" (Ephesians 6:10-18, NRSV) and to know how to rightly "try the spirits, whether they be of God" (1 John 4:1, NRSV). This is an important resource for all adult and young teen/adult church members. Please come join us.
* If your child has any food or other allergies, please tell the teacher personally, and make sure that it's written on her/his registration form, too!