Sunday School is taught by creative, enthusiastic teachers who are invested in making learning a positive and rewarding experience. Sunday School is held each Sunday (Sept-May) between services beginning at 9:35 a.m.
Children ages three to six (Preschool - 1st grade) take part in engaging Bible-based lessons specially designed for their age and developmental levels. They attend Cherub Choir practice following their lesson.
Children in 2nd through 6th grade attend Bible-centered classes to help them grow in their knowledge of the Christian faith.
Lutheran Young Fellowship Experience
Vacation Bible School
Vacation Bible School is an annual summer event that is always filled with excitement and learning. Young people from Preschool through 5th grade share a week of V.B.S. with hands-on learning as they grow in faith while having fun together.
Older youth are invited to participate as helpers, guides and teacher aides. Among the week's highlights are an ice cream social on Thursday evening following a performance by those in V.B.S.
LYFE! is a high energy, fun-filled, creative and reflective formation session for children entering 2nd thru 6th grade. Every week participants will have a blast singing, moving, praying and making awesome art projects. This program is designed to allow children to develop Christian identity and peer relationships in a non-competitive positive religious setting.
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Young people in grades 7 and 8 participate in Confirmation classes. This is a special program designed to help youth grow in their knowledge of the Bible and the Christian faith (with special focus on our Lutheran traditions and identity.)
The program also provides an opportunity for service and the experience of other types of ministries in the greater church. The individualized learning format allows for flexible class schedules with clearly defined expectations and goals for the young people in their growth toward becoming Confirmed members of Holy Spirit.
Our high school teens and returning college students enjoy serving others by doing community service projects while integrating social time with one another. The teens hold an annual car wash fundraiser for youth gatherings, participate in Souper Bowl of Caring collecting funds for the homeless across America, make Thanksgiving meals for those in need of Lake County, make meals for the homeless through Night Ministry, attend the annual Paintball outing in Wisconsin, help with Mari Gras and so much more.