Educational ministry

Here at St. David we believe each person's faith and christian educational journeys are never ending ones. Our goal is to give people of every age the resources and opportunity to grow in their personal faith, knowledge of The Word, and a deeper understanding of what we believe as Lutherans.

Sunday school

St. David offers Sunday School classes in the Education Wing from 9:30 a.m. - 10:15 a.m. Sundays for children and adults. Members and visitors enjoy coffee and fellowship every Sunday morning in the Commons Area before Sunday School.


Class Room Locations

Room - Class Name - Age Group

Commons - David - Adult

105 - Zela Boozer - Adult

107 - Nursery - Infants

109 - Nursery - 2 & 3 Yr Olds

200 - We Care (Pre K - K)

203 - Elementary - 1st & 2nd Grade

201 - Elementary - 3rd, 4th, 5th Grade

204 - Confirmation - 6th, 7th, 8th Grade

Join us! Jennifer Jeffcoat is our Sunday School Superintendent.


first communion

We believe the decision about the age for a child to begin receiving communion is best made by each family. To help make that decision, please consult with Pastor. First communion classes are normally held each Spring.

midweek bible study

Held each Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. in the church Conference Room 105, normally led by the Pastor and sometimes other lay persons on rotation.




Confirmation

6th, 7th & 8th graders receive instruction in:

-The New & Old Testament

-The Lutheran Faith Competencies & Values

- Faith and Life Issues


The program also includes a week-long summer camp at Lutheridge in Arden, North Carolina.

pastor's scholar program

Preschool-aged children are encouraged to learn the Lord’s Prayer, the Ten Commandments and the Apostles Creed. When they can recite one to the pastor they will receive a ribbon presented during the Children’s Sermon; when they have accomplished all three, they will receive the Pastor Scholar’s Trophy.

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A special summer opportunity for Christian learning, fellowship and fun for children of nursery age through 6th grade, as well as adults. Youth in 7th-12th grade may serve as assistant group leaders, recreation helpers or music leaders.


2020 Dates:

August 3rd-7th