Faith formation is a life-long journey
One of the songs we sometimes sing in worship includes this line: “Lord, let my heart be good soil, open to the seed of your word.” Here are two ways you can dig in and cultivate your faith with other adults in our faith community.
Wednesday Bible Study: Gather on Zoom at 4:45-6 p.m. to study one book of the Bible at a time. Find the Zoom link in our eNews.
Saturday Bible Exploration: Saturdays at 9 a.m. with retired pastor Doug Morton, digging into the worship texts for the following Sunday. Hop on anytime after 8:45 a.m. Find the Zoom link in our eNews.
Children and youth
Sunday School: For kids age 3 through grade 6. Hand-on activities during a portion of 9 a.m. worship.
Confirmation: For youth in grade 7. Gather after worship from 10:45-11:45 a.m. on Zoom to dig into Luther’s Small Catechism and life’s tough questions.
High School Ministry: Youth in grades 8 - 12 gather on Wednesdays from 7-8:15 p.m. on Zoom to build connections, study God’s word, and tackle real life challenges.
REGISTER children and youth age 3 through grade 12 now.
Additional faith resources
God Pause is a daily devotion brought to you by the alumni of Luther Seminary. You can subscribe to God Pause to get it delivered to your email inbox every morning.
d365 is a devotional experience that seeks to provide reflections on themes that impact our faith journey. It’s written for youth and young adults, but other adults will find it meaningful as well! It can be accessed online or as an app on your phone.
FAITH5 is a simple faith practice that can be done every night in your home with your family. It connects people to God and one another, connects church to home, and connects faith to daily life.
Register now and get ready for summer!