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IN-PERSON SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASSES
Begins September 12, 2021—Register today!
Trinity Lone Oak Lutheran Church invites your family to attend a weekly Sunday class at 9:15am. All preschool through grade 8 students gather in the gymnasium for a common opening. Parents pick them up from the gym at 10:15am.
All our classes teach salvation is by grace alone through faith alone through Christ alone. You will not want you or your children to miss a Sunday as we hear:
We can trust all of God's Word.
God's attributes are displayed throughout the Bible.
The Bible presents true history, not just "stories" and not "myths."
God's plan of redemption through Christ alone is woven throughout Scripture.
By the power of the Holy Spirit working in us, we live in light of what the Bible teaches.
We must be ready to give an answer for what we believe.
Preschool - Growing in Christ: Exploring the Bible through Scripture lessons, crafts, games and more
Kindergarten - Growing in Christ: Exploring the Bible through Scripture lessons and hands-on learning experiences
First - Eighth Grades - Answers Bible Curriculum from Answers in Genesis addresses the real-life issues that confront Christians every day. Students get a thorough understanding of the authority and primary teachings of Scripture. All ages will be equipped to defend the Bible, becoming conformed to the image of Christ, as they apply God's Word in their everyday lives.
High School - the High School class engages students in God's Word to strengthen faith and embolden their witness
Adults - The Sunday morning Bible study taught by Pastor Kroonblawd covers the same Bible materials as grades 1-8. Here is your opportunity to grow in faith and understanding of Scripture with your children and discuss with your children what they learned in Sunday School.
SUNDAY SCHOOL OFFERINGS AND MISSIONS
Our Sunday School offerings this year will support Lutheran Heritage Foundation workers in the mission field! In the Buddhist stronghold of Southeast Asia, introducing the Christian faith is a difficult task.
Converts risk rejection from their families or, in some countries like Vietnam, intense persecution, even death.