St. Paul’s has a vibrant Adult Bible Class and Sunday School program. Each week we gather between services at 9:30 a.m. in the Fellowship Hall in order to hold a short opening for all classes and celebrate birthdays of those gathered. PK-8th graders then move to their opening in the sanctuary and the High School class goes to their room. The Adult Class remains in the Fellowship Hall for their class and if there is a Christian Doctrine Class, it meets in the all purpose room.
Currently, our Sunday morning classes are studying the following:
Adult Bible Class: The Adult Bible Class at St. Paul’s typically studies a book of the Bible. This is the largest class at St. Pau’s on Sunday mornings and is always a joy to attend.
Gospel of St. Mark:
- Digging Deeper #1: Demon Possession in Mark.
Christian Doctrine Class: In this class, participants are asked to read a section from Luther’s Small Catechism and come to class prepared to discuss any given part. Find supplemental resources here that can provide reinforcements to our class discussion. A major supplemental resource to this class is the “What About Series” provided on the LCMS website. Participants can review different articles from this series as they relate to class discussion. This class also emphasizes the history and theology of the Lutheran Reformation and what is most fundamental to the teachings of the historic Lutheran Church in the past and remain the same in our day as well. Find a nice discussion on this subject by Dr. Carl Fickenscher here. Issues Etc. and KFUO Radio provide nice podcasts and talk radio that parallel the content of this class as well. More information on our current Christian Doctrine Class can be found here.
High School Class: The propers for each Sunday.
7th-8th Grade Class:
4th-6th Grade Class:
1st-3rd Grade Class: