Sunday School

Children in 4K - 4th grade are invited to join us
Sundays at 9:15am in the school building

[for Youth Groups grades 5-12 click HERE.] 

Register Here for Sunday School/Junior Youth Group

Download/Print Sunday School/Junior Youth Group Registration Form 

The Bible tells us "train up a child in the way he should go and when he is old, he will not depart from it." (Proverbs 22:6)

In partnership with Good Shepherd's Lutheran School, our Sunday school (K4-grade 4) gives children the opportunity to hear and learn God's Word through stories, songs, activities, crafts and fellowship. Junior Youth Group (grades 5-8) also has age-appropriate lessons that are taught with time for questions and in-depth discussion. Youth group teens (grades 9-12) have special fellowship opportunities, usually on Sunday evenings, and are encouraged to join the adult Bible study in the church fellowship hall. Childcare will be available in the school building during the Sunday school/Bible class hour for babies and young children.

Classes meet on Sunday mornings in the school building from 9:15-10:15am during the school year (September-May). This schedule allows parents to also "grow in grace and knowledge..." through Bible Class attendance at church. Children of all levels of instruction will benefit from Sunday school, whether they are new to Bible stories or have heard them many times. We look forward to having your child learn and grow with us this year!

Please register your child for this year's Sunday School/Jr. Youth Group/Childcare for planning purposes. If you have questions, please contact Pastor Wempner or Ginny Mundstock, Sunday School Administrator.


Our Sunday School Administrators are:
Ahnsharee Klusmeyer 

Ginny Mundstock

Our Sunday School Staff:
Marion Bernoteit 
Amanda Groth
Donna Scherzberg
Debby Vacarella

 Lesson Titles and Bible Texts for 2020-2021

01) Handmade—Adam and Eve, Genesis 1:26–2:25
02) A Sign and a Promise—God’s Covenant with Abram, Genesis 15:1–6; 17:1–21
03) A Laughable Promise—Isaac Is Born, Genesis 18:1–15; 21:1–7
04) A Merciful Substitute—Abraham and Isaac, Genesis 22:1–19
05) A Servant’s Mission—Isaac and Rebekah, Genesis 24:1–4, 10–28, 50–67
06) Twin Troubles—Esau and Jacob, Genesis 25:19–34; 27:1–45
07) A Family Grows—Jacob’s Family, Genesis 29:1–30
08) A Dreamer Rises—God Works Good for Joseph, Genesis 39:20–23; 41:9–49
09) A Family Reunites-God Helps Joseph Forgive, Genesis 42:1–28; 43:11–30; 45:1–15
10) A Basket of Hope—Moses Is Born, Exodus 1:1–2:10
11) Signs of the True God—Moses and the Plagues, Exodus 7
12) The Passover Promise—The Passover, Exodus 12:1–32
13) Food from Heaven: God Cares for His People, Exodus 16
14) Waterworks: Water from the Rock, Exodus 17:1–7


Special Announcement:
Sunday School at Home
Free lessons from Northwestern Publishing House

Parents can now download six weeks of Christ-Light Sunday School lessons for free, compliments of Northwestern Publishing House, so they can offer Sunday school at home.

Bible stories offered follow the life of Jesus, including several of his miracles and the events of Holy Week and Easter. Besides the student lessons, parents can download coloring sheets and other activities as well as a teacher’s guide to help them share the lesson with their children. Different levels are available for children ranging in age from pre-kindergarten to grade six. 

Jesus said, "Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these." ~ MATT 19:14