Sunday School

Vermont Lutheran Church offers Sunday school for students from Pre-School through 5th grade. Children attend the beginning of the worship service, then leave to the classroom following the Children’s Sermon. All Sunday School-aged children are welcome weekly or when visiting.

Each week, our teacher begins with a sharing session of highs and lows from the week, creating a safe space for the students to share and an atmosphere of trust. The lessons for the Fall Semester are from the Old Testament. The New Testament is covered in the Spring Semester.

Rotational Curriculum

We use a rotational curriculum, where the same lesson is taught for 4 weeks. Each week the lesson is taught using different activities. Our belief is that each student learns differently and each will better learn the lesson through using this methodology. Cooking, Art, Music, Science, Gardening and Drama are all examples of activities included in the rotations.

The last week of each rotation, the children perform a song or short skit for the congregation, sharing what they have learned, often singing a song, using small hand bells and other percussion instruments.

Mission Project

Each semester, the students select a Mission Project. For fall of 2023 they chose to purchase a Fish Farm through ELCA Good Gifts. They also donated funds to Second Harvest Food Bank.


And, we make use of our beautiful space by incorporating our woods, prairies and gardens into the lessons as the weather permits.

Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of God belongs to such as these.

Mark 10:14b