Households of Faith

"As the head of the family should teach them in a simple way to the household." This is the opening sentence for each part of Luther's Small Catechism, a booklet he wrote to help families learn and teach the basics of our faith in Jesus Christ. Home is still the best place to learn and grow in our faith. Here are some resource to help your household become a learning center for our Christian faith.

Advent Reformation* – Making Christmas Meaningful (Again)” Does it feel like Christmas is more about the gifts than about the birth of our Savior Jesus? We can “re-form” this season back to a joyous celebration of the birth of Jesus by focusing on these four concepts: “Worship Fully, Spend Less, Give More and Love All”

 

Click on the links below for printables that can be used by individuals and families this Advent season.

Overview and Devotional Sheet - 2 page printable for individuals or families

Family Kit - 4 weekly devotions with activities for families

Stories illustrating each of the 4 weekly themes.

Devotional Booklet - Daily devotions for Advent.

 

 
* "Advent Reformation" is just another title for the original "Advent Conspiracy" to which we give full credit, adventconspiracy.org. I thought with all the craziness in the world right now "Conspiracy" might be taken the wrong way. :) November 2020

 


30 Days of Household Devotions
Click here to download the booklet

You can download this booklet and use for family devotions at home.


Adult Bible Study - Sunday Morning Class

Weekly Bible Study Worksheet Printable

These are resources to help you prepare for our weekly Bible class based on the chosen readings each week.

Lectionary Guide (assigned readings for each week)

2019-2020 Series A

2020-2021 Series B


Worship

Week of December 6-12, 2020

Season of Advent                                                                                                                                  ...

Week of November 29-December 5, 2020

Season of Advent 2020                                                                                                                              ...

Week of November 22-28, 2020

Last Week the Church Year & Thanksgiving                                                                                                       ...

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