Baptism and Communion
Baptism is for all ages. Our whole life is for learning what it means that we’re children of God. Holy Communion is also provided to all ages. Occasional classes are provided for children and parents to better understand the meaning of these sacraments.
Children are most welcome at both service times. Parents feel at ease with children at worship. There are opportunities to participate as acolytes or readers and to sing with the Children’s choir. There is a brief sermon for children at the 10:30 worship service. There’s a craft table in the back of the sanctuary, and childcare center downstairs.
Sundays 9:15-10:15 a.m
Sunday School classes for children to form relationships and learn the Bible, Christian tradition, values and practices, faith, empathy and daily life. Most classes use curriculum from Augsburg Fortress. September 11, 2016 children meet teachers; September 18 first class day of class.
- Pre-K – K
Children’s Center (downstairs) with Marjorie & Wendy
- Grades 1-2
Children’s Center (downstairs) with Marjorie and Wendy
- Grades 3-5 Upstairs with Kathryn and Theresa
- Grades 6-8 Upstairs with Vince and Amanda
- Teens/FLY (First Lutheran Youth group)
Youth Room upstairs with Pastor Kate.
Intergenerational Sundays – once a month, instead of class, all ages gather with adults for a fun shared activity such as making sandwiches for people who are homeless, doing music together, or a craft project to help prepare for an upcoming church season.