From the early fall until late spring we offer in-person classes for children ages 3 to grade 6, reading many of the lessons that are featured in worship. See the monthly newsletter for a schedule of classes, which are held on alternate Sundays.
Teenagers and adults attend classes for two years to prepare to make public Affirmation of Baptism. The Bible and the Luther's Small Catechism are important guides.
Bible studies are offered throughout the year. The pastor leads sessions for all members and friends of the congregations. We also participate in on-line studies, sometimes with members of other congregations. These discussions are intended to nurture faith, make students more familiar with scripture, and foster friendships. We'll be working on Amy-Jill Levine's Entering the Passion of Jesus this Lent. And have sscheudle a fourt-art series in April-May 2023.
We are soon hoping to return to monthly meals for the men of our congregation. Time will be set aside for a shared meal, discussion and special events.
The women in our congregation will soon be resuming their monthly outings to a local restaurant.
In the fall members usually gather for a weekend retreat that provides opportunities for worship, recreation and spiritual renewal. In recent years we have met at Mont Tremblant in late September. We look forward to the resumption of this event in 2023.
See our Newsletter for our schedule.