The ELCA statement, “Our Calling in Education,” expresses the idea that God calls us to “educate people in the Christian faith for their vocation and to strive with others to ensure that all have access to high-quality education that develops personal gifts and abilities and serves the common good.” This calling is rooted in a Lutheran legacy that values education for all people in both church and society.


Please explore the list below to learn more about our Education Ministries and programs.

At FLC, our Christian Education ministries are led by professional educators and diversely gifted volunteers who are involved in lifelong faith formation ministries.  These educators and volunteers are dedicated to igniting the minds of all who attend our services, classes, seminars, or workshops.

Click below to see our educational offerings including Sunday School, Bible Studies, Youth Group, Confirmation, and more!

Martin Luther posted his “Ninety-Five Theses” in Wittenberg on Oct. 31, 1517, and the resulting debate about Christian teaching and practice led to changes that have shaped the course of Western Christianity for almost 500 years.  Click on the button below to find our Reformation 500 page and stay up to date with our ongoing commemoration of the Protestant Reformation.

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The questionnaire takes about five (5) minutes to complete and you may take it as often as you wish.