Our Family Catechism program trains and equips parents to raise disciples of Jesus in the home through family-focused Bible studies based on the outline of Luther’s Small Catechism.
We want to see families become spiritually strong, so that kids grow up to see home as the place where faith grows, and church as the place that supports and equips them and offers community and connection.
Parents are the number one influence in the faith life of every child; building up parents to be disciple-making disciples is the best way to train the next generation of Jesus-followers.
History, Philosophy, and Goal
Every 3rd Wednesday of the month we will have an in-person teaching session for the whole family at our De Pere Campus. These sessions go from 6:00- 7:15pm and meet in the Hillside Room.
Each session introduces and highlights key concepts from the lessons. The topics for each of those sessions for the school year is as follows:
September - Law and Gospel
October - The Ten Commandments
November - The Church / The Keys / Confession
December - Lord's Prayer
January - Sin, Grace, and Communion