Sunday Bible School for Children
The congregation at St. Paul’s operates a wonderful program for children ages 3-18. Using the “Growing in Christ” curriculum from Concordia Publishing House (cph.org/sundayschool/growing-in-christ.asp), the children learn not only about Jesus, but also Old and New Testament history.
Adult Bible Study
Adult Bible Classes include Sunday mornings, 10:00, and Wednesday morning (10:30) and evening (7:00) classes. The Sunday morning and Wednesday morning classes, though different in their studies, typically study a book of the Bible, and often require several weeks or months to complete. The Wednesday evening Lifelight and topical class varies between an in-depth study of a book of the Bible and a 4-6 week study of a single topic.
Fifth & Sixth Grade Bible History Class
Available to all fifth and sixth graders; taught by the Pastor; class meets twice monthly, September – May, and reads the various Old and New Testament lessons. Occasional tests.
Available to all young persons in the seventh grade and older, using Luther’s Small Catechism. Weekly worksheets, occasional tests, memorization, and sermon reports comprise the curriculum. Classes held weekly September through May — some breaks. Taught by the Pastor.
Available to all persons eighteen years of age and older, using Luther’s Small Catechism. Taught by the Pastor.
Men's Breakfast & Bible Study
7:30 a.m. usually the 3rd Saturday of each month (September – May); available to all men within the community; a hearty breakfast is served followed by a study of God’s Word. Reservations requested please.
Vacation Bible School
Vacation Bible School is offered every Summer for 4-5 days for all children 4-11. The children learn about Jesus as well as many Christian hymns and songs; the older children learn books of the Bible through the popular “Bible Bee.” There is no charge, however, an offering is received for a designated mission and for the operating expenses of the Vacation Bible School program.