Sunday School is available for ages 4 through 6th grade. Children attend the 9 am worship service through the children's sermon and then go to their classes.
The third Sunday of each month is dedicated to the children's participation in the worship service. When there is a fifth Sunday in a month the classes meet for fun and games.
If you are interested in teaching a class or joining the Teach Board, contact Pastor Rob.
Classes are in session!
Weekly Bible Study - lead by Pastor Rob is held every Thursday at 12:30.
Everyone is welcome and can join in at anytime.
Unbinding the Gospel - lead by Pastor Rob is an 8 week course on Real Life Evangelism. This class is going to be offered multiple times. Check with Pastor Rob when the next class will begin.
Burke Lutheran Church Women is comprised of all women in the church who are confirmed and beyond High School age. Membership meetings are held monthly. The group coordinates the Chili Supper/Talent Show, Salad Luncheon & Style Show, Garage Sale, Craft & Bake Sale, and Advent by Candlelight. The group also works with families to organize meals at funerals.
Circles are groups with about twelve women who meet on a regular basis. Should the group become too large a new circle is formed.
Dorcas Circle - Meets the last Saturday of each month in the homes of its members for breakfast, fellowship, and a Bible study based from the Gather magazine.
Ruth Circle - Meets the third Saturday of each month at 10:00 am in the Fireside room of Church for topic discussions and fellowship.
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Men of all ages are invited for fellowship and discussion with Pastor Robert on the 2nd & 4th Monday of each month from 6:30-8:00pm.
Topics are based on the upcoming Sunday's Bible readings. We meet outside by the fire as weather permits. Otherwise meetings are held indoors.
Call Paul Beckman (241-2346) or Lon Buss (516-7875) for more info.
Confirmation classes are Wednesday evenings, 6:30-8:00pm for youth in grades 7 and 8.
Confirmation is a two year course. One year is spent learning the Small Catechism and studying the Old Testament, and one year is spent on the New Testament and the Church's history.