Confirmation

In Lutheran tradition, parents often choose to present their children for the sacrament of Baptism at an early age, sometimes as an infant. At Baptism, parents, family members, sponsors and congregational members promise to raise the child to know and love Jesus. When the child reaches middle school, the child is encourage to complete Confirmation. At the conclusion of the two year Confirmation process the "Confirmand" takes on and owns the early promises of  their Baptism.  The Confirmand is expected to participate as an adult in the work of the church: worship, reading scripture, gathering for the Lord’s Supper, and sharing conversations about God, Jesus, faith, and how they fit together in our lives.

While Confirmation  Sunday is an important milestone in the lives of young Lutheran Christians, it is the two year period of study, fellowship, activities, and conversations that shapes a strong life-long relationship with God. Confirmands also develop long-term, nurturing friendships with other youth and adults that will further shape their faith journey.

Confirmation classes are held on Sunday mornings during the Sunday School hour and Wednesday evenings.  Led by caring adults, Confirmation includes Bible study, learning the fundamentals of faith, fun weekend retreats, service projects, planning and leading a Sunday Worship, and great fellowship activities.

Confirmation focuses on 7th and 8th graders, but exceptions can be made. Contact Terri Heckroth, Youth Director, for more information. 253 862-7700.

Sunday School Christmas Program

Creator’s Sunday School Kids

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A musical about a crazy, busy family at Christmas Time

Sunday, December 16, 2018

9:30am-10:30am

This program is part of the

one Worship Experience for that Sunday (it will include Communion)

Christmas Wreath Making Class

CHRISTMAS WREATH MAKING CLASS

With Leah Ramberg

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from 9am-noon

Creator Lutheran Church (Multipurpose Room)

$45 for class and all supplies

Proceeds go toward Women’s Retreat Scholarship Fund And Youth Missions

Invite all your friends, and Bring a breakfast food to share.

Music: Children and Youth (click here for more information!)

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SUNDAY SCHOOL MUSIC 

Sunday mornings from 9:45-10:45 is Family Sunday School at Creator!  Part of this hour is devoted to music, learning faith songs geared towards children, but also welcoming teens and adults to join!  The music portion is from 10:25-10:40 AM each week.  ALL ARE WELCOME

MUSIC FOR CHILDREN & YOUTH

(Pictured:  Marimba Camp, Summer 2017)

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All Call Choir (All Ages - click here for more info!)

All Call Choir is for all ages and ability levels.  The music is simple enough to be learned in 3 rehearsals for all who participate, even those who may not have any experience in music.  Don't want to sing?  We also have a hand chimes option!  Please let Dani know if you're interested at least once week prior to the first rehearsal (as she will need to create music parts).

All Call Christimas Choir Schedule 2018

Please commit to 2 regular rehearsals and the final rehearsal.  The song will be Jazz Gloria by Natalie Sleeth - here is the listening linkhttps://www.jwpepper.com/sheet-music/media-player.jsp?&type=audio&produc...

Regular Rehearsals (pick 2 to 4 of the following):

Terri’s Two Cents – May 2013

 

Because of the work the Confirmation students and their guides did on the Youth Led Worship, I’ve been thinking a lot about kindness and compassion. The message of the service was about “Rachel’s Challenge”, a program used in schools to promote kindness and combat bullying. We even talked about it in High School Bible Study

I was reminded that a few years ago, one of the High Schools in the area hosted a similar program about empathy. The students were encouraged to write their life “stories” on signs that they hung around their necks. The idea was that people would be treated better if others around them knew they were going through a tough time. I thought it was a great idea. I agreed that if more people knew about the challenges we go through, they would be kind and patient

Group Calendar