Sunday School meets at 9:00 AM during the school year.
WOW (Wonders of the Word) is every Wednesday evening at 5:45pm.
“Growing in Christ through Learning for ‘Life’.”
Georgetown Lutheran Sunday School is geared toward children learning about God in a variety of ways. We explore various aspects of Creation, Commandments, and God’s Promise to us through bible study, games, conversations, song, and prayer. During the lesson sessions our children are split into groups by age. Our children gather together as a multi-age group to hear about God’s love through bible stories, craft projects, conversations, and games. Our Sunday School program is always looking for volunteers to help teach and assist each week. Many hands are needed to keep our children engaged and learning in new ways!
The scope and sequence of our program is designed to be age-appropriate. Our preschoolers learn how the world was created and how we obey God through stories and activities. First through Sixth grade students delve deeper into lessons in the Bible in a variety of ways and settings; while our Confirmation-age students look into how those lessons apply to us in our everyday lives through role-playing a variety of different situations and issues that face our youth today.
For the 2019-2020 Sunday School year, we will be focusing on the stories of Adam & Eve, Noah, Moses, Jonah, and Daniel. Seasonally, we will share the messages centered around the birth, death, and resurrection of Jesus.
Our Sunday School program also celebrates the birth of Jesus Christ through a Christmas program that is performed for the congregation during Sunday worship. Join us on Sunday, December 22, 2019, at 10:30am to hear this year’s story as told by the stable animals.
WOW alternates locations with Trinity Lutheran of McKinley. Check our calendar for specific location. WOW is an inter-generational worship opportunity. Each evening includes a meal. Weekly activities vary with content, but may include Godly Play (younger ages) and bible study (confirmation age and above), service projects, crafts, worship, and music. October’s focus is Apostles’ Creed.
Vacation Bible School is offered each year for a few days during the summer to motivate and reconnect with our children. Our students are always encouraged to bring friends to Sunday School sessions and Vacation Bible School.