Youth And Children’s Ministry

Children’s Ministry

Children’s Sunday School

Children are invited to join us every Sunday morning for a gathering in the chapel at 10AM, before they go to Sunday School in Education Building. Children learn Bible stories, sing songs, play games, do crafts, and have fun.

Children’s Church

Beginning in October, on Sunday mornings during our worship services, children who are interested may take part in our 10-15 minute long Children’s Church activity directly after the Children’s Sermon. This is a fun way for them to make new friends and to reinforce the lesson of the day that the adults are hearing in the sermon. After their activity, children will re-enter the sanctuary so that they are with their family for Communion.

Wednesday Night Live

On the second Wednesday of the month at 5:30PM, children are invited to attend a mini-VBS program in our Family Life Center, where they will learn a fun Bible story, play games, make crafts, and share a meal. While the children are meeting, their parents are invited to join our Pastors in the Square for activities, food, and the town square.

First Communion Class

Every year during Holy Week, children of the church are invited to join us for First Communion Class, where they bake bread, make banners, and learn about the meaning of Communion. All participants of the class receive their First Communion at worship during our Maundy Thursday Service.

Youth Ministry

Youth Sunday School

Middle and High Schoolers meet for Sunday School at 10AM in the Chapel and then head to their Sunday School rooms in the Education Building.

Youth Group

On the Second and Fourth Sunday afternoons of the month at St. Luke’s, our Youth Group in 6th-12th Grades gathers at 4:30PM to share a meal and then play games and have fun together.

Confirmation Classes

Students in 7th and 8th Grade are invited to participate in our Confirmation Program. Confirmation is focused on deepening faith and experiencing all the church has to offer for a life of discipleship through service, attending Confirmation classes, through fellowshipping with friends and mentors. The goal of the Confirmation experience at St. Luke’s Lutheran Church is for each youth to affirm the promises made by their parents/sponsors at Holy Baptism.

God at Work

Confirmation students not only spend time in study and discussion together during catechism classes, but they also take one Sunday afternoon a month to go out into the community and see God at work. These out-of-the-church events connect to the same subject they are studying in their Confirmation classes.

Summer Events

During the Summer, we offer all sorts of events, including Vacation Bible School/LutherRoad Day Camp, Summer Stretch, A High School Trip to the Northern Minnesota Boundary Waters for Camping and Canoeing, and more!