Peace in Christ
Lutheran Church

Sunday School Classes

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Day Time Age Group Class Leader(s) Description
Sunday 9:00am Pre-K & Parents Together with Jesus Elizabeth Krc A class that introduces children to Sunday School. One or both parents come together with their child for Sunday School. Playing and learning with age-appropriate, theme units.
Sunday 9:00am K-2 Hope Benjamin
Sunday 9:00am 3-5 Glen Krc
Sunday 9:00am Middle School & High School Mary Krc Middle School Students explore the Bible through the Growing In Christ materials from Concordia Publishing House. Each class has Bibles available for use, but please feel free to bring your own as well.
Sunday 9:00am Adult Adult Bible Study Richard B. & Glenn K. A study of the Augsburg Confessions in the Fellowship Hall. This study is for those new to LCMS and wanting to know more about what we are, as well as for long term LCMS members, equipping them to be able to explain why we are not the same as other denominations and why we believe we are teaching the true Gospel Christ gave mankind.
Sunday 9:00am Adult The Book of Mark Pastor Dave on the Book of Mark in the adult Bible class between the two services. Our lectionary for this next year, beginning in Advent, will be mostly taken from the Gospel of Mark.

Regular Weekday Bible Studies/Meetings

Day Time Age Group Class Leader(s) Description
Monday 7:30pm Adult AA Meeting Anonymous An international fellowship of men and women who have had a drinking problem. It is nonprofessional, self-supporting, multiracial, apolitical, and available almost everywhere. There are no age or education requirements.
2nd and 4th Sundays 6:30pm Adult God's Bits* Esther Marie Emslie We will be studying "If You Want To Walk On Water, You Have To Get Out Of The Boat," by John Ortberg.
TBD TBD Adult Christian Parenting Amy Graunke We will be starting a mid-week parenting bible study. We will be guided by "Walking with God in the Season of Motherhood" by Melissa Kruger but it pertains to father's just as much. There are also good tidbits for teenage parents. No need to purchase the book as we will be discussing together. The idea is to be able to provide childcare but we will need to know who is interested and what days would be best in order to schedule a weekly time. Please contact Amy Graunke by December 15th if you are interested in joining along with days of the week that work best for your family.