Sunday School for All Ages

9:45 a.m. in the Parish Hall

Opening for Pre-K-12th Grade at 9:45 a.m. in the Parish Hall Big Room. We will

sing and pray together. Closing in the Big Room from 10:30 – 10:45 a.m.

(Please pick up your K-12th graders in this space.)

Update as of 3/18/20:  Due to a suspension in all church campus activities, all Sunday School is cancelled until further notice.

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Peter Room

(Parish Hall: downstairs to the left)

  • Teachers include Shannon Corcoran and Elaine Ek.  
  • Studying scripture with the guidance of Deep Blue Sea curriculum. We laugh, sing, play, learn, eat, watch a video, and learn some more!

K-1st Grade

Mark Room

(Parish Hall: downstairs to the right) 
  • Teachers include Sue Abbott and Erin Froehlich.

  • Studying the scriptures that we hear in Sunday worship. We dive deeper into the stories through games, crafts and more!

2nd-5th Grade

Luke Room

(Parish Hall: downstairs to the right)
  • Teachers include Monica Hurt, Wendy Mensch, and Jeff Rasmussen. 

  • Studying the scriptures that we hear in Sunday worship. We dive deeper into the stories through games, conversational learning, crafts and more!

6th-12th Grade

Paul Room

(Parish Hall: upstairs)
  • Teachers include Susan White, Pastor Jennifer and others who are interested in giving their time!  
  • The students are spending September writing their own curriculum! They will gather on 9/15 and 9/22 to talk with one another about learning, service, fellowship and faithful conversations that they would like to have this year. 

Join us for Adult Bible Studies on Sundays beginning September 15th at 9:45 a.m. 


Luther Room participants will continue to study the Letters of Paul. We are reading and studying these letters in the order they were written, which is not in the same order as in the New Testament. Come and join us for intriguing conversation. Facilitator is Jim Block. Class meets in the Luther Room (upstairs in the Parish Hall).


Responding to God’s Grace,class will continue its study from Augsburg Fortress. This quarter study draws from lessons from Genesis, Exodus, Numbers, Deuteronomy, 1 Samuel, 1 Kings, Luke, 2 Corinthians, Galatians, 1 Thessalonians, and 1 & 2 Peter. We hope you will take some time out to explore our Bible study. Facilitator is Bill Parasida. Class meets in the Overflow Room (upstairs in the Parish Hall, off of the big room).


Join us for a new and relevant year-long Bible study, Troubling the Waters for Healing of the Church: A Journey for White Christians from Privilege to Partnership." This study, published by ELCA in 2005, will explore what it means to be a church of God’s people, beginning with the 1993 ELCA Bishop’s social statement called “Freed in Christ: Race, Ethnicity, and Culture.” Facilitators include Jane Hein, Janet Montelaro, and Karen Rasmussen. Class meets in the Parish Hall Library (downstairs). Hardcopies of the class material will be available in the library as we begin our class. You can also find them online by clicking on this link: Troubling the Waters