Sunday Morning Classes



As we live our faith out in community, it is important to prioritize activities and choices that help us grow in faith. Sunday mornings we come together to learn more about God and our relationships with God, one another, and creation. 

Join a Sunday morning class at 9:00,
connect with a small group, or find a place to serve.

 SUNDAYS at 9am

Spring classes:

A 4-Week Discussion Based Small Group

Parenting in today’s world can be daunting! What are the best ways to encourage and equip our children to face the challenges of the day? And where does faith fit in?

In this 4-week discussion based small group experience, we will look at various parents in the Bible to see the steps they took when it came to their family and faith. Join with other moms and dads for this interactive time of conversation and discovery. For more information, email Phil Thomas.

Sundays, April 21 - May 12, at 9 am in the Living Room, Rm. 115


Exploring the Psalms
Getting to Know God and Ourselves

This spring, LTAG will follow Sandra McCracken’s Exploring the Psalms: Getting to Know God and Ourselves. This is a video-based Bible study. Each week we will explore a specific type of psalm and listen to a song she has written about that psalm genre. We will also share a list of psalms of that type for weekday reading and meditation.

Sandra McCracken is a prolific songwriter, modern-day hymn writer, and record producer. We will convert this “class” to a small group format for the rest of this semester. Come if you are curious about the small group format and want to see it in action. There is no pressure or expectations. Come and enjoy being together to hear the power of the song book of the Old Testament.

Sundays 9 am - Lower Level, Room 15 
Registration is not required, but will add you to the class email list.


What Do You Seek?
Come and See!

Jesus’ first words in the Gospel of John are a question:  “What do you seek?” or “What do you want?” What are you seeking? What do you want out of life?

Jesus’ second words are:  “Come and see!” Whatever you are seeking in life, come and see for yourself who Jesus is and what he offers you.

According to the Gospel of John, seeing is believing.  You will be amazed and surprised at what you see as John writes with simple truths yet often hidden meanings.  You don’t have to be a scholar; you don’t need a biblical backgroundCome and see who this Jesus is and what he offers you!

Sundays at 9 am - Lower Level, Room 10
Registration is not required, but will add you to the class email list.

Summer classes:

According to Christ (Gospel) and Revelation
for (not only) Reluctant Lutherans!

Here is your chance to dive into the fascinating world of Revelation! Our overall theme is:

Christ is victorious over all things and wants us to place all our hope and our faith in Him alone!

Join us on Sunday mornings this Summer as we work together to untangle the difficulties of this subject and attempt to address the fears many have about the Revelation of John. Taught by Steve Lund, Torbjorn Redaelli, and Pr. Kenny.

June 2 - August 4
Sundays at 9 am - Lower Level Fellowship Hall


What about Jesus?

Who is Jesus? What did He say? Did He mean it?

Let's find out in an eight week summer Sunday school study of "Why We Need to Reclaim Jesus" as expressed by Christian theologian and author, Jim Wallis. His recent book, Christ in Crisis, examines eight radical questions central to Jesus's teaching ministry that are vital to our lives and society today - questions such as "Who is my neighbor?" and "Who has been created in the image of God?" Join us as we consider how our responses to these questions, both in our private lives and in our public behavior, may lead us to more fully reclaim and follow the New Testament teachings of Jesus here in our time.

We're looking forward to an amazing summer. From the book's flyleaf: "By asking ourselves eight tough questions, we can measure whether we are thinking and acting ‘in Jesus's name,’ he (Wallis) reveals how following the teachings of Jesus emboldens and empowers us to ‘be not afraid,: but to act in courage and hope.’"

June 23 - August 11
Sundays at 9 am - Lower Level Room 10



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