Emmanuel Lutheran Church
326 Center Avenue
Adell, WI 53001
Proverbs 22: 6 - Train up a child in the way he should go; even when he is old he will not depart from it.
The Sunday School at Emmanuel Lutheran aims to prepare the children for a lifetime of faith and devotion, by convicting them that they are sinner s tainted through and through with sin, that Christ is their Savior who died for their sin, and that, apart from Him, there is no salvation. We teach these truths using Bible Stories, Luther's Small Catechism, and substantive hymnody of the church.
Sunday School begins at 9:45 a.m. and ends at 11:00 a.m. on Sundays from the Sunday after Labor Day through the Sunday before Memorial Day. Sunday School begins in the chapel where songs and hymns are practiced and learned by the Sunday School children. Their day continues in Memorial Hall with a brief Catechism review, and then concludes in the Church basement where the Bible lesson for the day is taught, including age-appropriate activities.
As an extension of the teaching activities of Emmanuel's Sunday School, a VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL is offered to the children of our congregation and of the Adell community every summer. E-mail or call Pastor Seifferlein for further details on what is being offered this summer at VBS.
|Level I (ages 4-5)||Pam Wordell|
|Level II (ages 6-7)||Debra Naumann|
|Level III (ages 8-9)||Cindy Kaiser|
|Level IV (ages 10-11)||Jim Naumann|
|Music||Pam Wordell, assisted by
For details on what out students study in Sunday
School, and why Emmanuel has chosen this particular curriculum, check here.
For more information on the music that we teach our Sunday School students (including downloadable MP3 files and a downloadable PDF verisoin of our lyrics book for the year), click here.
The children will be singing in church on May 19, the Feast of Pentecost. The children should arrive at the chapel no later than 15 minutes before the service. We are very much looking forward to the children singing the entire text of the Nicene Creed (Track #16 on the Sunday School CD). Please work on the finishing touches of this song at home with your child.
May 19 is also the last day of our 2012-2013 Sunday School year. The children will participate in a special class on the last day of Sunday School. They will begin with their Sunday School opening in the choir loft, continue there with a hymn sing, then enjoy a special snack and conclude their studies this year by a special cartoon about King David, “Israel’s Greatest King is also a Sinner.”
Read and discuss these stories at home with your children.