Sunday School During Social Distancing
Mark your calendars: Trinity’s Sunday School Rally Day Drive-Thru Event is scheduled for September 20th, 8:45 am – 10:30 am, in the Trinity School parking lot. If your family would like to participate in Sunday School this quarter, please complete the online registration form by Tuesday, September 15th.
When you arrive at the school on September 20th, please enter the parking lot via the entrance off of MacArthur Blvd. (nearest the Hometown Pantry) and follow the cones to pull alongside the Parish Hall doors. Please stay in your cars and a take-home bag of Sunday School materials will be brought out to you. If you would like to expedite the process, a sheet of paper with your family’s last name may be placed on the dash of your vehicle.
We will also be celebrating the conclusion of our Summer Challenge and Treasure Hunt on this day. If your child completed the Summer Challenge, please bring their game card with you and they will receive a special treat. Students who completed the Treasure Hunt (and provided their name and shirt size at the hunt’s first location) will receive their Treasure Hunt t-shirt on this day as well.
Sunday School Lessons and Videos
Click on the links below to view Sunday School lesson sheets and videos. Each video shares an Arch Book that connects with the lesson of the week. The lesson link provides activities and guidance for reviewing the lesson at home as a family.
Sunday School at Trinity Lutheran Church
Trinity Lutheran Church offers Sunday School classes for children 3 years old through high school.
Sunday School takes place at our school campus from 9:30 – 10:15 am each Sunday. Parents are encouraged to attend the Adult Bible Class which takes place at the same time. Childcare for children under 3 years old is offered for parents who would like to attend Adult Bible Class.
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Trinity’s Sunday School program uses the Enduring Faith curriculum, which follows a same-age classroom model so students learn and grow in faith alongside their peers. There they explore the Bible and learn more about God’s plan for their earthly and eternal lives.
Each week, every Sunday School grade level studies the same Bible story in age-appropriate ways. This allows families to discuss the Sunday School topic with children of every age. A family page is also sent home each week, giving parents the opportunity to read the lesson as it was presented and talk with their children about what they have learned.
Trinity Lutheran Church aspires to be an
SPIRITUALLY-MATURE, ACTIVELY INVOLVED
an average of 75 new members each year
9 different Bible studies offered each month
More than 12 service projects and events throughout the year.