Our HIS Kids Sunday School meets in person for children of all ages, babies through 8th grade. We look forward to seeing you and studying God's Word together again! Due to COVID-19 safety measures, families will need to register children's attendance in advance, by Friday mornings.
Children of all ages joyfully learn that Jesus loves them in our "HIS Kids" Sunday School ministry! Each week we learn together with Bible lessons, skits, prayer time, crafts, songs, and creative learning activities.
LOCATION: Our greeters and ushers are happy to direct you to each age level's classroom.
Video Watch our walk-through video showing classrooms and arrival
NURSERY*: Caring volunteers staff our nursery during all three Sunday morning services (*on hiatus due to COVID-19 measures).
Parents, we can help you lead Sunday school at home with your children aged 5-13. Each week parent guides and activity ideas are posted here.
Just as little ones grow and learn and eventually take their first steps, our Little Lambs class is designed as the "first steps" of Sunday School ... as well as a time for moms and dads to connect with other young families.
Each Sunday in Little Lambs, children from babies to toddler age (0-4) will learn their very first Bible songs, make music, sing along, laugh and play, read beginner Bible stories together, and most of all ... learn how God loves them.
Parents and children meet together in person, or can participate from home with special videos prepared by our class leaders in a fun ask-and-answer interactive format.
SUNDAY SCHOOL REOPENING
Please note changes in meeting rooms effective Jan. 17, 2021: See weekly e-letter for details
Early Childhood Center
Parents' Day Out
Founded in 1849, St. Paul’s Lutheran School is committed to developing caring servant leaders by equipping its students with an excellent academic and spiritual foundation for life, through a Biblical worldview that always places Christ at the center.
Our Early Childhood Center and Parents' Day Out programs offer a strong academic foundation for future learning, helping young children — from six weeks to age five — to grow in a joyful knowledge of Christ.