After 8:00 a.m. worship . . .

Coffee hour

Right across the hall from the back entrance to the sanctuary is “the parlor.”  It’s our living room.  There’s a table with coffee and juice and smiling servers to greet you.  There’s plenty of seating and snacks!

Sunday School

Between the second Sunday of September and the third Sunday of May, we welcome all children from age 3 to 6th grade to Sunday School!  Sunday School begins at 9:15 a.m. and ends at 10:15 a.m.  To find our Sunday School, please follow the signs or ask an usher or a pastor to get to the Sunday School “wing” of our building.  Our Sunday School office always has a friendly greeter to answer questions about Sunday School or even to escort you and/or your children to visit a class!

While the kids are in Sunday School…

There’s a coffee gathering called The Buzz.  It’s also in the Sunday School wing of our building.  It’s mainly a place for parents of Sunday School kids to hang out.  It’s in the library, but there’s no librarian to tell you to be quiet.

Sunday Place for Youth and Young People

Between the second Sunday of September and the third Sunday of May, confirmation students (7th – 9th graders) and high school students are welcome to hang out in Holy Donuts or the BC rooms between our worship services (9:15 – 10:15 a.m.).  

Sunday Adult Studies

On Sundays between worship services, we offer adult study opportunities (from 9:15 – 10:15 a.m.).

  • We meet in the Zoom Room.  It’s at the end of the Sunday School wing of the building in room 102.
  • You can also join a class by Zoom by requesting a link from Pastor Larry at
  • To check out a class or to see one you’ve missed, please email Pastor Larry for a recording.

The Summer Adult Study schedule is slightly different:  from the first Sunday in June through the last Sunday in August, we meet from 9:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.

What are the adult studies like?

It’s an informal presentation and discussion, so classes don’t feel like they depend on having to attend every one.  We have studied the ELCA Statements on Abortion and Faith, Sexism, and Justice, the ELCA study “Acting Against Racism,” Religious Themes in Star Wars, The Book of Joy, Meditation and Contemplation, each of the Gospels, other books in the Bible like Daniel, Isaiah, and Revelation, and Martin Luther.