Sunday School

Sunday School normally runs Mid-September through Mid-May and happens after our worship service from 10:15-11:00. This time includes choir for the elementary and preschool students. There are classes for students age 3 through 12th grade. There are also periodic adult classes.

Sunday School (Rally Day) is the first Sunday after Labor Day, (September 11, 2022) and concludes at the end of April.

Registration Form 2022-23

We celebrate the coming of Christ with a Christmas Program in December. The children occasionally sing during Sunday worship and are welcome to come forward for a children's message each week. 

Jam - Jesus and ME

JAM is our midweek program for students in grades 1-6. We meet Wednesday evenings from 5-6:00 pm. during the school year. We have fun games, crafts, lessons, music time and we always end with dinner and prayer. A meal is served at 6:00 with the help of table parents and volunteers.

Download our Registration & Consent Form and 2022-23 Calendar. 


Our Confirmation program begins in Baptism, but enters a time of special focus in 7-8th grades with classes with the pastor. The students will review the Bible and Catechism, and take part special service projects, sermon notes, and fellowship events. We will meet on Wednesdays at 5:00-6:00 during the school year. 

We have Confirmation Sunday on Reformation Sunday (last Sunday in October), where they are recognized during a worship service, share their personal Bible verse, faith statements, and take part in the rite of Affirmation of Baptism (Confirmation). 

Vacation bible school


Vacation Bible School - 

Day Camp with counselors from Ingham Okoboji Bible Camp.

was July 18-21, 2022 1:00 pm-5:00 pm at St. Paul Lutheran Church

REGISTRATION is closed for 2022.

We had 62 registered this year! Thank you for a great week again this year. 

See you next year on July 10-13, 2023!

Vacation Bible School is for for students completing nursery school (3 yrs old) through 6th grade. 

VBS is $10 per student, $20 family maximum thanks to generous donations from the congregation.