Jesus said in Mathew 19:14, “Let the little children come to me. Don’t stop them, because the kingdom of heaven belongs to people who are like these children.”
Join us on Sundays from 9:40 - 10:30 am as we dive into God's Word. This year the kindergartners through sixth graders will be focusing on The Ten Commandments with Concordia Publishing House's "Fear, Love, & Trust: Following God's Commandments the first half of the school year. In the latter half of the school year, students will be detectives as we solve cases to discover God's salvation plan through Concordia Publishing House's "I Spy Salvation's Story."
Everyone is welcome to this wonderful class, designed to teach hard of hearing and deaf children with their amily to communicate effectively through the American Sign Language. Because the classes only meet once a month, there will be homework and practice to do between classes.
Diana Rice became deaf at 5 years of age. She studied ASL (American Sign Language) at Gallaudet University. Currently she teaches ASL at St. Martins’ School for the Deaf in Dearborn, Michigan and attends Concordia University Chicago where she is studying to become a Deaconess.
In addition to our Sunday lessons, the students will be participating in our annual Christmas pageant which tells the whole story of Christmas from Adam and Eve's sin in the Garden of Eden through the birth of Jesus, our Lord and Savior.