Christian Education
 
 
 
 
Christian Education at Prince of Peace encompasses a wide variety of programs for people of all ages that attempt to increase your knowledge of God and the Bible and help you grow in your faith. In addition to Sunday School, we offer an Adult Forum on Sunday mornings, a Wednesday night Lenten Bible Studies, periodic, one-day Bible studies throughout the year, the “Reel Readers” book group and Summer Vacation Bible School in the month of July. Synod workshops are also offered for all members wishing to participate.
 
 
 
  
Current Christian Education Opportunities:
Sunday School & Adult Forum will resume September 13, 2015 
  • Adult Forum-Sundays at 8:30 to 9:30 A.M.

  • Real Readers-Third Wednesday of the month at 7:00 PM

  • Sunday School for age 2 to High School
*All events will be held at Prince of Peace Lutheran Church unless otherwise specified. 
 
Click on this link!  A strong Christian faith cannot happen on only one hour a week of Sunday School.  A strong faith life for the entire family needs attention every day.  The following web site, www.vibrantfaith.org, can help.  When you visit the site, click on “Vibrant Faith at Home” and check out all of the easily done ideas and projects that can help you as parents strengthen the faith life of your entire family.  New ideas are added often, so check the web site often.   
 
Sunday School--   This program is open to all children from age 2 through Grade 6. Confirmation Class is held for students in Grade 7 and 8. High School classes are held for grades 9 - 12. Sunday School begins at 8:30 A.M., and is held from September to May.
 
Sunday School classes will begin in September, and it promises to be an exciting year of learning and fun.  Sunday School is open to students of all ages, including an adult forum class for anyone who is interested in learning more about the Christian faith.  Come join us on Sunday mornings at 8:30; we look forward to seeing you then.

Our Sunday School uses a rotational curriculum for students in Grades 1 through 6. This rotational program allows the students to learn Bible stories and important religious facts in a variety of ways. The rotations include a video room, a puppet theatre, a computer lab, a craft stop, game station and a kitchen. This type of Sunday school program allows each student to absorb the lessons in a way that best fits their learning style. Students from age 2 to 5 enjoy a traditional Sunday school.

Our confirmation program is a two year program that teaches our students about the Bible, the Ten Commandments, Apostle Creed, and how everything they learn applies to their daily life. The program is open to any student that has been baptized and has had First Communion instruction.

Read about our Sunday School program for Nursey-aged children HERE.
 
 
The high school class will be meeting during the Sunday School hour from September - May. Watch for upcoming classes.
 Mrs. Kim Jennings will be leading the class again this year.  We hope to see all of our high school students there. 
 

The Adult group will be meeting in the Fellowship Hall…     

REAL READERS SCHEDULE 2016 
March 15 - The Book Seller by Cynthia Swanson (Karen) 
April 20   - Go Tell a Watchman by Harper Lee (Sandy) 
May 18    - Seagrass Pier by Colleen Gable (Joan)
June 15   - Under One Roof by Barry Martin (Bertha) meeting at Kelly's 
July 20    - She is Mine by Stephanie Fast (Sherry) 
Aug. 17     - Gray Mountain by John Grisham (Cindy)
Sept. 21  - Look Again by Lisa Scottoline (Mary) 
Oct. 19   - The Goldfinch by Donna Tartt (Janet)
Nov. 16  - Dead Wake by Erik Larson (Cheryl) 
Dec. 14  - Whistling Past the Graveyard by Susan Crandall (Charmaine)
                           meeting at Cheryl's house
March 2, 2017 - The Wedding Dress by RAchel Hauck (Sherry) 
April 29, 2017 - Special Event - 10a.m. talk by Karen Katchur, sponsored by the Bangor Public Library