Sunday School starts at 9:15 a.m.   
Adult Classes. Children Classes are available for 3 yrs. to 6th grade, 7 & 8 grades and Sr. High School. 
Remember, there is an adult in the nursery during Sunday school to watch children up to 3 years.  
Sunday School Teacher 
We currently have 4 youth classes: 
Please prayerfully consider lending a hand. 
1st-4th grade, 
5th-7th grade 
8th-12th grade. 
If you would like to help out with one of these age groups, contact Loren O’Hara. 
JCPlayZone has all of the ingredients of a typical children's Web site — games, crafts, coloring pages, and much more  but with a Christian perspective.  
This perspective is integrated throughout the site, making it a truly interactive Web site designed to engage children in a safe online environment. 
The JCPlayZone website is offered by Lutheran Hour Ministries as a safe online play space for children ages 2-6 and their parents. 
     Sunday School and Youth News 
Let’s learn about Jesus Christ, with crafts, games, and songs! Fun for all Ages! 
Sunday School is every Sunday at 9:15am                           
Sunday School Bowling Fun 
Wow, what a great time we had bowling on Saturday, March 9 in El Reno! All who went said they want to do it again next year. We filled 7 lanes with a total of 24 bowlers and 12 people-watchers who didn't want to bowl. We set up a snack station with drinks and goodies for all. Please watch for it next year and bring a friend.      
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VBS 2019 
June 2nd through June 5th  from 9 am — 12 noon 
It is almost VBS time again and soon there will be things that we need donated.  Right now, we know we need lots of people to help during VBS.  Please let Joan Ellison know if you are able to help.  And don't worry if you don't let her know because you will likely be asked.  This is a great way to reach out to children in the community and teach them about Jesus and the love he  has for them.  More information to come. Sunday will have a different schedule.         
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