Children & Youth

Children and Youth

Splash! program. We want to support your parental role in the faith formation of your child, so we will be gifting you with several age-appropriate Christian books to help bridge the gap between Baptism and Preschool Sunday School. 

We hope you will spend time reading these books with your child, as a practical (and fun) way to fulfill your baptismal promise to raise your child in the Christian faith. Your final book will include a letter about our preschool Sunday school program. When your child is ready to begin attending Sunday school, preschoolers will also be presented with a My First Bible during one of our worship services.

Sunday School

September – May


is for 3 year olds (by September 1) through non-Kindergarten 5 year olds. The classroom has several activity centers in addition to the story-time rug.


(K-4) allows children to grow in their faith through meaningful Bible-based lessons and activities. Multi-age classrooms are located on the lower level.

Middle School

is for grades 5-8 and they meet in the lower level from 9:15 a.m. till 10:00 a.m. Sunday mornings.

High School

(9th through 12th) meets in the Hebrews room at 9:15 a.m. Sunday mornings. Refreshments will be provided.

(5th grade-10th grade) in preparation for their Affirmation of Baptism) Confirmation begins in 5th grade when students prepare for First Communion through worship and classes Wednesday evenings in the Fall. Youth grades 6 – 9 meet on Wednesday evenings throughout the school year, worshiping together and then meeting with their classmates in small group and large group times.Youth in Grade 10 meet on Wednesday for 6 weeks to learn about Peer Ministry before being confirmed on Reformation Sunday.

Kids (entering 1st – 6th grade) participate in a fun-filled week of worship, games, camp songs, nature activities, crafts, service projects and so much more.(Lunch & snacks provided)

Watch for details in the months to come for next year’s dates and theme. 

is for pre-confirmation-age kids and is designed to spark a love for Jesus through Bible-based, real world lessons. Following  Koinonia Worship, K-5th graders participate in activities that show how God is visible and at work in their everyday lives.