St. Paul's is a church where families are supported in many ways. One of those ways is to provide assistance in raising children to know Christ. Our Children's Ministry team is committed to providing quality Sunday School, Wednesday School, and other Children's Programs. More information about those programs can be found below.
Easter for Kids
"Easter for Kids" is a one-day event for children ages 3-12. This event will take place on Saturday, April 4, beginning at 10:00 AM. You can follow this link to register.
Our Sunday School program is held Sunday mornings at 9:30 in the lower level of the Parish Center. It is open to all children from age 3 through 6th grade. Children gather as a large group for music time, then go to their own classrooms for storytelling, application and activities.
The groups are: 3 years old, 4 years old, 5 years old, grades 1-3, and grades 4-6. The 3-5 year olds use the Growing in Christ curriculum from Concordia Publishing House for application and activities. 1st-6th grades use the Cross Explorations curriculum from Concordia Publishing House. More about these curricula can be found by clicking on the pictures below:
Our Sunday School runs best when we have lots of people involved helping out in big and small ways. One of the best ways for people to support our Sunday School is to volunteer as a helper. Helpers can be young or old - they are people who love kids and are willing to sit with them, hold their hands, take them to the bathroom when they need it, and help them with the activities. No teaching experience or expertise needed! If you can help, please click here to contact Carissa!
Wednesday School meets on Wednesday nights from 6:30-7:30. It is intended for children who attend public schools in the area, and teaches Bible stories and basic truths of Scripture. There are two classrooms: 1st-3rd grades and 4th-6th grades. It is staffed a combination of church members and MLC Students in the Education Track who want to put their growing skills to use. To sign your child up to be part of Wednesday School, click here to contact Brandon Steenbock.