Baptized children aged 10 years old or older may participate in the spring class for First Communion starting on Wednesday, April 18, at 6:30 PM in the chapel. This class prepares children to receive the holy Body and Blood of our Lord Jesus Christ with faith and thanksgiving. The course runs through Wednesday, May 2. Please call the church office to register your child.
There will be no class on Easter Sunday, so that all children with their parents might go out and proclaim this good news our Resurrected Lord brings us.
Throughout the month of April classes and music rehearsal will continue as usual. While we pray for Kantor’s speedy recovery and God’s blessing of health to her and her family, the children will still be gathering after class in the choir balcony to practice the music which will be sung on Mother’s Day, May 13th. Let us rejoice together in the good news that God has revealed to us through the death and resurrection of His Son, Jesus Christ!
Adult Bible Study
Sundays, 10:15 AM: Romans
St. Paul’s letter to the Romans, the longest epistle in the Bible, is considered one of the clearest proclamations of salvation by faith in Christ alone. This study will be completed towards the end of April.
Tuesdays at 9 AM: The Didache
This document, written around the same time as the New Testament, contains some of the earliest ways that the church of the apostles prepared new Christians for the Christian life.
Thursday Men’s Breakfast at 7:00 am: The Gospel according to Matthew
Some call this gospel, written by the tax collector, Matthew, “catechism of the Christian life.” It tells the story of Jesus in a way that teaches how the followers of Jesus live by Jesus’ life alone.