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 meet on Sunday mornings at 9:20 a.m. in the Conference Room with Mr. John Wittmayer.

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



Salem Lutheran Sunday School
May 26
–  Salem will wrap up its Sunday School year this coming weekend when the students learn about “Paul Sailing for Rome.” As Christ was with Paul and His companions, so He is with me, holding me up, keeping me with Him in the ship of the Church, and casting all my sins into the depths of the sea. Parents could ask, “Who and what did God use to keep Paul safe? How does God keep us safely with Him?”


1May 19 – The account of “Paul and Silas in Prison” served as the focus of Sunday School this past Sunday. Just as God freed Paul and Silas from prison, granting them life out of death, so Christ by His crucifixion and resurrection frees me from the prison of my sins and grants me eternal life. Questions for discussion include “How is this event more than just a story about Paul’s escape from prison?” and “How has God rescued us from the prison of sin?”