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Youth and Education

"Youth ministry: we're not in it for the income, we're in it for the outcome." We take pride in how much our children learn and grow during their time here. We learn about God and how we can serve, and play and have fun. Advent hosts Vacation Bible School, family game nights, lock ins, and service projects. Join us!

Advent Sunday School

Sunday School for ages 4 to 11 years will resume on Sunday September 17, 2023, during the worship service.  Children will be dismissed after the Children's Sermon to attend class.

**NEW ** Advent Lutheran Church Summer Day Camp 

(formally Vacation Bible School)

THEME: “It’s All About GRACE”
WHEN: July 24 through July 28, 2023
WHERE: Advent Lutheran Church, 7979 Meade Str. Westminster 80030
TIME: 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
WHO: Ages 3 years to 11 years

(remember our preschool ages meet only 9 a.m. to 12:00 noon)
(day time campers please bring your packed lunch and water bottles)


$20 per child or $30 per family

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NEW: This year we are adding an evening session for our older youth and
teenagers to also be a part of learning about GRACE with the Rainbow Trail Camp
Leaders and Pastor Sara Wirth. Snacks will be provided.
TIME: 6:00 – 8:00 p.m.
WHO: Ages 12 years to 19 years

Registration and enrollment forms available May 1st, 2023

Confirmation 

The confirmation class meets with Pastor Sara on Sunday afternoon.  Contact Pastor Sara if you have a youth interested in confirmation.

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In  2022, we celebrated the Confirmation of some new young members, officially welcoming them as members of our church! 

To view their Confirmation ceremony, watch the April 25th Service. 


Mission Statement



Youth and Education furthers the mission of Advent Lutheran Church ‘so all may know Christ’s love’ by:
 

  • Providing Sunday School and Confirmation classes.

  • Scheduling faith-based activities and service projects that help strengthen relationships within the congregation and the surrounding community. 

  • Developing leadership skills by encouraging and welcoming youth of all ages to participate in the
    day-to-day life of the Church.

  • Committing to a consistent and thoughtful program that provides staffing, both volunteer and/or paid, to plan, fundraise, and execute all education and youth activities.

 

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