First Lutheran Church offers Christian education for all ages. Sunday School for children of all ages and adult Bible study takes place every Sunday between Divine Services at 9:30. Vacation Bible School is also offered on Sundays in June and open all.

Adult Christian Education

During the Sunday school hour we are pleased to offer Bible study for our adult members.
Our recent study topics have included the books of Esther, Daniel, Romans, and Galatians, a study of Abraham, as well as a study on the formation of early Christian theology, Biblical Peacemaking and the Reformation emphasis on Law and Gospel.  May the Holy Spirit bless our studies as we seek to become mature Christians, as described in Hebrews 5:12-14
In fact, though by this time you ought to be teachers, you need someone to teach you the elementary truths of God’s Word all over again.  You need milk, not solid food!  Anyone who lives on milk, being still an infant, is not acquainted with the teaching about righteousness.  But solid food is for the mature, who by constant use have trained themselves to distinguish good from evil

Midweek Adult Study:

Lutheran Essentials is a class open to all and is held on Wednesdays at 7 pm. It’s a dynamic group gathers to discuss Luther’s Large Catechism, led by Paul Edmon.  Discussions are lively as the group explores Luther’s explication of the catechism, following up Scripture references and references to the other Lutheran Confessions.  “What does this mean?” is only the beginning.IMG_3747

Sunday School

Sunday School children will have the opportunity to study God’s Word using the curriculum: Concordia Publishing House’s “Growing in Christ,” which focuses each Bible study on Christ’s work for our salvation. “‘Growing in Christ’ is a Sunday School curriculum rich in God’s holy Word. Students learn all the major stories of the Old and New Testament and see how God weaves His plan of salvation in Christ through the lives of ordinary men, women, and children.”

If you have any questions about FLC’s Sunday School and adult Bible study opportunities, please contact our Education Committee by email at .

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Library

We are blessed to have a rich stash of books just waiting to be read. Our library has a variety of Christian books for all ages, from systematic theology to Church history to fiction. Please feel free to brose the library yourself at any time and borrow to your heart’s content. A sign-out book is provided. Please contact our Education Committee by email at with any questions.

Other Resources

The LCMS radio station KFUO’s website has a variety of educational talk radio programs available for free downloading.

Concordia Seminary’s iTunesU page allows you to download faculty lectures, interviews, and other educational programs onto your iPod.

Their Concordia Theology web page contains essays and articles.