Sunday School

Salem Lutheran Sunday School






Sunday School takes place each week on the Salem campus for all students from Preschool to 12th grade.  Sunday School is held from 9:20 a.m. to 10:10 a.m.

Preschoolers (potty trained) through 8th grade gather in the Salem Lutheran School building.  These children will join with other children their age in various classrooms for lessons tailored to their specific age group.

High school students are invited to a Big Screen Bible Study: Avatar on Sunday mornings through February at 9:20 a.m. in the Conference Room with Mr. John Wittmayer.  They will be watching the movie, “Avatar” through the light of God’s Word.

If you have any questions about Sunday School please contact superintendent Laura Frank.



Salem Lutheran Sunday School
February 24
 – This week we will study “Jesus Appears in Galilee.”  We are all like Peter in our words and actions, denying our Lord and weeping bitterly over what we have done.  We’re in need of the same comfort that Peter received – the comfort of sins forgiven and the assurance that even though we are faithless, Jesus will remain faithful.  You might discuss, “How did Peter express his sorrow and repentance?  What specific directions did Jesus give to Peter?”



February 17 – This past week the children learned “Jesus Appears to Thomas” (John 20:19–31).  We, like Thomas, doubt what we cannot see. Through His Spirit, God gives us eyes of faith that we might see Jesus in Word and Sacrament and believe in Him. Discuss with your family, “When is it hard to trust and believe in the promises of God? Who is the source of our faith?”