Foundations Class – In this class we cover the basics of Christianity from a Lutheran perspective. It is a great class for people who are wondering about the faith, those who would like to refresh their faith and those who would like to become members of SLC via Baptism or Affirmation of Faith.
Upcoming Foundations Class – projected to start early to mid-October. The class will likely be held on a weekday evening and will also for both in-person or via Zoom. If interested, please contact Bruce in the church office at 360.692.9263 or email@example.com Once we firm up the dates, the church office will send a follow-up email with course dates, times, etc.”
Recordings of the latest Course, held via Zoom, are available by clicking
Manna Bible Study – This ministry provides a mid-week Bible study opportunity for those who would like to “dig a little deeper” into the lessons for Sunday morning worship. This Small Group Bible Study generally meets on Wednesday mornings at 10:45am in Room 4, just prior to the Hearty Meal program, a ministry of SLC. Learners look at the lessons for the upcoming Sunday’s Old Testament, Epistle and Gospel lessons. Opportunity for discussion and fellowship offer a wonderful way to get more out of Sunday morning texts. Pasts Manna Classes can be viewed on SLC’s YouTube Channel-Manna.
Lay School of Theology – The Lay School of Theology is a yearly educational opportunity to learn in-depth about a theological subject, which varies from year to year. Taught by guest speakers.
Community Group Bible Studies – These groups seek to offer an authentic Christian community. They typically study the Sunday scriptures and sermons from the Sunday prior to when they meet. The hope is to connect daily life with the Sunday proclamation. In addition to the Bible study, the groups build caring and supportive relationships and pray for each other. These groups are continuing to grow and we can find a Community Group for you! Please refer to our Small Groups Page for additional information.
We also offer other Educational Opportunities throughout the year. Contact the Office or Pastoral Staff at 692-9263 for current educational opportunities.
Reference for Infant Baptism
Reference for Models of Atonement
Reference for How to Read the Gospels
Reference for Luther on Simultaneous Saint and Sinner
Reference for Luthers Practical Advice on Prayer
Reference for Luther Quotes Faith and Grace Alone
Reference for Luther Quotes on Scriptures Alone
Reference for Luther 2 Kinds of Righteousness
Reference for Luther Law/Gospel Distinction
Reference for Nicene Creed Accord 2 Scriptures
Reference for On Christian Liberty
Reference for Unpacking the Creeds of our Church – Lay School 2016
Reference for Luther The 10 Commandments