St. Paul Lutheran Church
Thursday, December 12, 2019
Where All Are Welcome!

Youth News/Youth FIRST



Pre-K to 5th Grade 
5 p.m. to 7 p.m.
November 6th
December 4th
February 5th, 2020
March 4th
April 1st
May 6th

 Regular Youth Activities
Afterschool program for all elementary age children
3 pm to 5 pm
Mondays & Wednesdays
(when school is in session)
Activities, food, homework assistance, faith study

Sunday School
Every Sunday during the school year from 9am to 10:15am

First Communion Classes
During the weeks of Lent, Pastor offers classes to current fourth grade students and older students
in preparation for their first communion. The classes are taught on Sunday mornings during the Sunday School hour.
The parents of those students attending are also encouraged to participated in the classes.
Students typically receive their first communion during the Maundy Thursday worship service.

Confirmation Class
Confirmation students meet during Sunday School hours from 9am to 10:15am.  
Questions about Confirmation should be directed to Pastor Rich,

Youth FIRST (Fun Is Realizing Scripture Together)
(Formerly Junior Lutherans)
1st Wednesday of each month during the school year from 5-7 PM for children Pre-Kindergarten through the Fifth Grade.  

Activities include music, games, stories, crafts, and a meal.

It is the goal of the program to inspire children to seek Jesus and be comfortable talking to and about our Lord and Savior.

It is also important that the children of St. Paul have the opportunity to build relationships with their church family

that will serve them now and in to the future.

Come and join the fun! 


Fun & Fit
The Fun & Fit program goal is to provide a nurturing center that offers guidance to elementary age children and support for families.
The children participate in physical activities, have healthy snacks, an assisted homework time, and spiritual group time.
They also receive a listening ear or a shoulder when needed.  
Typically, the program is held on Mondays and Wednesdays from 3:00 – 5:00 PM.
The children are escorted from school by an adult.
Please contact Jennifer Border, the program director, at 476-1420
if you have any questions or if you would like to volunteer.

Guardian Angel Program
The Guardian Angel program was established in the fall of 2010 to help our congregation reach out to the college age youth.
The program matches Guardian Angels (church members) to a college youth.
The angels are then asked to pray for the youth, send occasional cards or care packages, and
just let the youth know that someone from St. Paul is thinking of them. 
Please prayerfully consider being a part of this program.
By signing up, you will keep St. Paul in the hearts of our college age youth and help them during some challenging years.
Contact Natalie Farwell at to be a part of this program.