Sunday school for children will be in the Fellowship Hall. It will include interactive Christian Education, including crafts, story time, music, games, and service projects.
Lutheran Church of the Resurrection, located at 1700 Makefield Road, Yardley offers adult classes in Christian Education Sunday mornings also at 10 AM. While this class is designed for adults, inquiring Christians from any point in their personal faith journey are welcomed and encouraged to join us.
If you have the feeling that the values you learned in earlier years no longer have a place in the modern world; if you have difficulty explaining what your faith means to you; if friends or coworkers ask why you still attend church; if you feel that there is something missing from your life, but can’t quite put your finger on it? Then this may be a helpful place to begin your search for answers. We may not have all the answers, but we can share some helpful questions in your search to your most fundamental questions.
This two year ministry is for youth in grades 8 & 9. The 2019-2020 format will include Sunday morning classes at 10 AM.
We offer Vacation Bible School for children each summer. In our most recently offered Vacation Bible School (VBS), nearly 50 children attended our successful VBS in 2019, as we teamed up with a Professional Organization, Bear Creek Camp, from June 24th through June 28th. It was a day camp of fun with games, activities, crafts, and learning more about God’s love. We offered a full day VBS from 9:00-3:00 PM for children entering kindergarten through sixth grade in the fall. For preschool children ages three to five years, we offered a half day from 9:00-11:45 AM.
The Diakonia Program is a two year process of spiritual formation and theological education for baptized members of the Lutheran Church. It is a two year course of study which consists of twelve courses – six courses each year. Each course is five weeks in length and meets once a week for two to three hours. All courses are taught by pastors and/or lay professionals particularly skilled in that area of instruction or ministry. While the Diakonia Program is a prerequisite to becoming a Congregational Deacon, the courses are open to anyone desiring additional Christian education.
Courses offered in Year A: Introduction to the New Testament; Church History: The First 400 Years; Biblical Images of the Life of the Church; Lutheran Creeds and Confessions; Visitation; and, The Daily Life of the Christian.
Courses offered in Year B: Introduction to the Old Testament; Lutheran Faith in the American Context; Christian Doctrine; Christian Worship; Themes & Issues in Christian Ethics; and, Communicating the Gospel
“Let the one who would be great among you be your servant (diakonos).” – Mark 10:43
See a Congregational Deacon for further information..