Elementary GLOW

God's Love, Our World

Faith Lutheran Church's Sunday Program starts the second Sunday after Labor Day and continues through the third Sunday in May, from 10:15 to 11:00 a.m. We offer classes to children who are at least 3 years old before September 1st through 8th grade.

 

Sunday School consists of Bible-based classes which teach children about God through fun stories, crafts, and other exciting activities. 

 

The last 15 minutes of Sunday School the kids enjoy singing praise songs. The kids sing 2-3 times a year during worship services. Each Christmas, the kids present a program with carols and share the story of the birth of Jesus!

 

The children also participate in 1-2 community service projects during the year.

 

During June, July and August, a summer GLOW class is offered once a month during church service. After the Children’s Message, youth are invited to do a lesson and craft and return in time to join for communion.


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To download the latest "Lesson at Home", for Pre-K through 1st grade, simply click here.


To download the latest "Lesson at Home", for 2nd-4th grade, simply click here.


You can do Sunday School at home with your family!  Sparkhouse's Family Sunday School is a free 8-week lesson series.  Each 13-minute video explores a Bible story and activities based on Spark:  Activate Faith Lectionary Sunday School.  Have fun with these stories, songs, activites and prayers!

https://www.wearesparkhouse.org/promos/family-sunday-school/


Fun Opportunities for Elementary Kids

Beside Sunday School, we give chances for elementary children to grow in their faith in other ways. We encourage them to attend family events with their parents to continue growing in their faith. We also do "Kids Night Out" for students in 1st through 6th grades. We gather at church and play games, hear stories, enjoy snacks, and get our hands messy with a craft or something else that's fun. We hope the children invite friends as we grow our faith with one another and in our community.