Sunday School & Bible Classes
Pilgrim Lutheran offers Sunday School classes for students from preschool through adult.
Classes are held during the school year from 9:45 — 10:45 AM. There is a Sunday School Opening held from 9:30 — 9:45 AM.
Our Sunday School seeks to help persons of all ages learn more about Jesus as their Lord and Savior. In addition, we seek to help students learn the basic narrative and stories from the Bible. As they continue to grow up in their faith our prayer is that they will continue to develop a closer relationship with Jesus as their Savior and Lord.
Contact the Church Office for more information and how you might enroll in Sunday School.
First Communion Classes
Classes are given to 4th grade students (and students in higher grades who haven’t completed the classes as of yet) with the intent to help them prepare to receive the Lord’s Supper.
The classes will seek to accomplish three vital goals:
- Make sure these children believe in Jesus Christ alone for their salvation
- Understand what Lutheran Christians believe about this sacrament
- Prepare them to join with us in communing to receive all the blessings God gives us in and through Holy Communion.
We offer these classes on an occasional basis, as the need arises. We’ve begun to offer them during our Sunday School hour and we plan to do so again .
Our youth meet under the name of PYC — for Pilgrim Youth in Christ.
PYC is open for students in grades 9 — 12. Our current youth counselors are John & Laura Weihrauch.
Right now the Youth are planning their activities for the year. Every year the PYC is known for their spaghetti dinner and talent show. That comes in early spring. In addition they plan, design, and then lead the worship services on Mother’s Day.
If you’d like to join the group be sure to contact us at email@example.com.
Our Youth Instruction Classes, also known as “Confirmation Classes,” are on Saturday mornings with Pastor Duran. These classes are open to students in grades seven and eight. We plan to have a year of learning, growth in discipleship, and fun — with a few well-timed activities to supplement our regular class activities.