Prekindergarten - grade 5


Faith Formation for prekindergartners through grade    

Upcoming Events:


Holy Communion Class: March 8 and 15

At Bethlehem Lutheran, all are welcome to the table for Holy Communion. Is your child wanting to know more about this part of faith? Each year Communion classes are offered for children wanting to know more about this holy sacrament. We invite children (preferably at least able to read some) to join in these special classes with Pastor Katie. Lunch will be provided after late service followed by class on Sundays, March 8 and 15. Our time together will start around 11:30 a.m. and end at 1:00 p.m. Please RSVP ahead of time so we have enough food, learning materials and hands-on supplies for everyone (spoiler alert: like painting chalices and making bread). Parent(s)/Godparent(s)/Grandparent(s) or a caring adult is to attend class with their child(ren). This provides a refresher course for the adult as well as providing a platform for continuing discussion about this core part of our living faith. There is no cost for these classes but a donation would help offset the cost of supplies. RSVP by March 1, 2020, using the form below or to Deaconess Ann ( or text/call Ann's cell 720-301-0104).



A few general reminders:

Class starts all together in the back rug room at 9:15 a.m. Please have your child(ren) finish their drinks/snacks before entering for group gathering. This helps the group out a lot! You can pick up your student at 10:05 a.m. from their age grouped classrooms. Also, we love having your child as a part of this ministry and sharing is good; however, if your child is sick (fever, lice, etc. you know, all the fun stuff kids share), please do take the morning for some tender care at home.

Looking forward to a great start to 2020 together in Sunday School!

For more information talk with Deaconess Ann (, 720-301-0104 call or text).


January/February Classes

Each Sunday morning from 9:15 a.m. to 10:05 a.m. children age 3 (and potty trained) through 5th grade are invited to learn more about faith through the Sunday School ministry. This month classes will wrap up learning about God's people, the Israelites, wandering in the wilderness and then will learn about David. For more information, please contact Deaconess Ann (

Sunday School Offerings

This year, the Sunday School offering will again go to help children and adults in Nicaragua. Funds donated will help fund scholarships that allow children to attend school. They not only get an education but also receive meals and much more. The Nicaragua Project also helps provide materials and helps build homes and basic dental/health care. Thanks in advance for your support of this ministry!

20191220 155922Thanks for your generosity with your offering. So far, the classes combined have donated $49.55 to help with the mission in Nicaragua! Yay! So keep bringing in your donation, and now we have a super cool new church "piggy bank"—thank you Chili!


If you would like to learn more about this ministry or want to help teach or assist with a class, please talk with Deaconess Ann Maki (, text/call at 720-301-0104).



To Register for Sunday School

Please register your child online or with paper registration forms (available outside Deaconess Ann's office). For questions, contact Deaconess Ann (, 720-301-0104 call or text).

Also, please fill in our Family Survey to help update our records for the Sunday School staff and volunteers: Birth to Grade 5 Family Survey link and our Image Release form.


Something New is coming to Day Camp 2020!

Bethlehem Lutheran Church is embarking on a partnership with First Lutheran Church and continuing our partnership with Sky Ranch Lutheran in the summer of 2020! It is going to be a fantastic week of Bible stories, songs and dancing, high energy leadership from Sky Ranch, and a whole lot of fun! Read on to learn a little more and look for more details as we finish up our planning in the next few months.

Date: July 6–10, 2020.

One of the challenges we needed to overcome was finding a time that worked on all three organizational calendars, and the first week in July was the best fit. This is the same week we have had at Bethlehem Lutheran for the last couple of years.

Two Churches and a Camp?

Yup! We have been talking with First Lutheran for several years about this—dreaming about what it could look like and how we could best use our resources to create a unique and exciting week that neither church could do on their own. Having Sky Ranch help is the icing on the cupcake!

Here's the breakdown. First Lutheran has a great building for hosting a traditional "Vacation Bible School" model. They have a big sanctuary, a huge fellowship hall, and a bunch of classrooms ideal for workshops and VBS stations. Bethlehem Lutheran has an amazing back yard for playing games and getting soaked! Sky Ranch has decades of experience bringing the joy and wonder of sleep-away camp to congregations all over the front range and beyond with their Day Camp program. We found a way to use all three.

How this is going to work . . .

We are still working on the details but here is the idea:

9:00 a.m. to noon—everyone comes to First Lutheran for "class-room" stuff. Bible stories, crafts, etc. At noon, we send the little ones home (kindergarten and under). The 1st through 5th graders are invited to bring a lunch and stay with us for the afternoon!

Noon to 1:30 p.m.—lunch at First Lutheran. Then we are hoping for bus transport over to Bethlehem Lutheran! (We are working on this part of the plan and hoping to partner with local bus companies to provide safe bus transport on school busses or the like. More to come!) Following transport, there will be a little siesta to settle down.

1:30 (ish) to 4:00 p.m.—activities at Bethlehem! We have been talking about specific ideas including water day, special guests, obstacle courses, service projects and more!

This is going to be great!

We already have a lot on the board in the planning process, and we have more ideas coming! If you are interested in being part of the Framing-Team (help us figure it all out), please contact Deaconess Kristen ( If you would like to volunteer in some way the week of camp, there will certainly be many opportunities! Registration and Volunteer sign-ups will open the end of February or the beginning of March. This is going to be the best VBS, Day Camp, summer Bible School party that we have ever had!



Past Events:

Annual Sunday School Christmas Program

The annual Sunday School Christmas program will be during the 10:15 a.m. worship service on Sunday, December 15. The children will present the program entitled "The Twelve Days of Christmas" written by Gail Graymer Martin. They will conclude the program by singing a version of The 12 days of Christmas—with each day representing a part of our Christian faith. Hope you will be present in worship to support them as they get to be leaders and witnesses in faith.


Rally Day September 15

Let's Rally! George Will once said, "It is an old baseball joke that big-inning baseball is affirmed in the Bible, in Genesis: 'In the big inning God created...'" With that spirit, the congregation is invited to this year's Rally Day celebration, Sunday, September 15, at 9:15 a.m. in the fellowship hall. To celebrate the start of the programmatic year at Bethlehem, we'll rally around a baseball theme time together. Hot dogs, popcorn and drinks will be provided, and peanuts will be available for $5/bag as part of a fundraiser for our Sunday School. We are planning an interactive way to get familiar with the teachers, curriculum and more. This fall kids will be studying stories from Genesis and Exodus to know God through these stories of faith. This isn't just for the kids—adults get to be a part of the rally too! Everyone is invited to wear their favorite team's jersey (does not have to be baseball team) and no RSVP needed. Take me out to Sunday School...

Sunday School: September 22 First Classes

Sunday School starts September 15 with a Rally Day celebration between services and regular Sunday School classes start Sunday, September 22, 9:15–10:05 a.m.


SHINE! BLC Summer Day Camp 2019

SHINE! Isaiah 9:2 says “The people who walked in darkness have seen a great light; those who lived in a land of deep darkness on them light has shined.” God’s light shines on us and all creation. God’s light gives light to the world and works for justice. Through Christ, the light of God gives hope to the world. And because of God’s call for hope, and justice, we can celebrate and embrace the diversity of this world. Even though the world is often filled with pain and suffering, God calls us to shine God’s light in our lives! Register now! We will be hosting another Day Camp with the partnership of Sky Ranch Lutheran Camp on July 8–12 for ages preschool through entering 5th grade. The daily schedule for campers entering grades 1–5 will be Monday, July 8–Thursday, July 11 from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. On Friday, July 12, the program will run from 9:00 a.m.–12:00 noon. The daily schedule for campers age 3 to entering Kindergarten will be Monday, July 8–Thursday, July 11 from 9:00 to 11:30 a.m. We will close Thursday evening with a potluck from 6:00 p.m.–7:00p.m. During this time, the campers will present a short program with highlights from their week. Click here to register.


Day Camp Volunteers Needed

Day Camp needs your help! If you have some time and love passing on the faith to children, we could use your help with Day Camp! There are a variety of needs and helpers aged 6th grade through adult are welcome to help! Please sign up to help at




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