Sunday School

Salem Lutheran Sunday School

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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 5th 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.

Middle School and High School students meet at the same time.  9th to 12th grade students will meet in the church conference room while 6th – 8th graders will meet at the school.

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

 

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December 16
Preschool to Grade 5 –
“The Birth of Jesus” as recorded in Luke 2 will be the topic of Sunday School.  A Savior has been born to you.  He is Christ the Lord!  As a family discuss the details of Christ’s birth.  Ask, “How does our sin cause us to fear God like the shepherds did? Focus on the fact that God’s Son, Jesus, takes away our fears and offers us true peace, rescuing us from sin and death.

Middle School/Senior High – 6th – 12th grade students will  study the readings from the weekly Old Testament, Epistle and Gospel lessons.  9th to 12th grade students will meet in the church conference room while 6th – 8th graders will meet at the school.

 

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December 9
Preschool to Grade 5 – 
“The Widow’s Offering” served as the focus of the Sunday School lesson.  Just as the widow gave all she had to God, trusting Him to provide and care for her, so Jesus gave His all for us, who fail to trust in God for all things.  Consider discussing, “How was the widow’s offering different from the others?  How has God given us His greatest treasure?”