No matter how young or old you may be,

there is a place for YOUR faith formation at Shells Lutheran Church. 

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Children/Youth Sunday School

From September through May the children are welcome to join faith formation classes on Sundays at 9am. Through bible readings, skits, crafts, and much more, participants are taught the basics of the Christian tradition through a Lutheran lens.

Since Children's Sunday School occurs simultaneously with Sunday Worship, participants join the congregation at the Offering to celebrate the Eucharist. On the first Sunday of the month participants will assist with leading worship.

Adult Forum/Sunday School

From September through May the Adult Sunday School Class meets in the Social Hall with refreshments. Topics range from bible study, current events, and Church history. The class meets at 10:30am on Sunday mornings.

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Confirmation Class

The Confirmation program at Shells Church is a two year course of study in Lutheranism, the Bible, Church History, and Vocation made available for 7th and 8th graders. The class meets on the 2nd and 4th Sundays of the month from 5-7pm - September through May. 

Bible Study

Bible study is held in the Social Hall on Mondays at 6:30pm. We are currently studying the Gnostic Gospels (writings that did not make it into the Bible). Please bring your favorite translation of the bible! 

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Shells A.R.M.Y - Youth Group

The Youth Group (Shells A-mazing R-adiant M-ighty Y-outh) meets in the afternoon of the third Sunday of each month. We engage in fun and creative activities as well as bible lessons and share a snack.We meet the 1st Sunday of the month from 5-7pm - September through May. 

Vacation Bible School

Vacation Bible School occurs from Sunday through Thursday for one week during the Summer. Through bible study, music, games, crafts, and snacks the children learn about the bible and a life of faith. The church building is transformed into a theme that matches the curriculum for each year. 

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