Here at First Lutheran, we have numerous opportunities to grow your faith.  We realize everyone has a different journey with growing their faith, and we are here to help you along the way.


    (For Children 3 Years Old to 6th Grade)

    Sundays | 10:15am

    In the Gospel of Matthew Jesus is recorded as saying, "Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these."  

    Here at First Lutheran we make every effort to do just that.  Your children will learn all about who Jesus is and what he means for their lives.  They will read Bible stories and learn songs, make crafts and do activities that relate to their lesson.  They will even take home some resources for the entire family to review and reinforce what they learned here.  


    Lutheran Pioneers exists to nurture and train boys in the Lord, so that they will remain faithful to Him and faithfully serve Him throughout their lives. 



    This group exists to serve the members and friends of First Lutheran Church between the ages of 21 and 40; to help them grow their faith together; to provide them with recreational activities in a Christian atmosphere; and to give them outlets to serve their congregation and community.



    Sundays | 10:15am

    God's saving activity did not start at a nativity scene in Bethlehem. God's saving plan can be traced all the way back to Genesis. In fact, if you study the Old Testament carefully, you will see God's saving hand behind the curtains of history. But have you read the story of the Old Testament in full? Do you know who the kings of Israel are or why they matter or which prophets served under them? Come and join us on Sunday mornings, at 10:15am, to see the narrative of the Old Testament unfold. Let us see how God worked from Genesis to Malachi in our Old Testament Survey



    Thursdays at 7:00am

    Joseph was a man betrayed by his family, sold into slavery, falsely accused, imprisoned for years, raised to near king-like heights, and became a hero not only to his family but possibly to millions of people. Despite all of his struggles, Joseph remained a faithful man. Gentlemen, let's study the life of this patriarch and learn from him how God can lead us through hardship and work through us to accomplish great things. 

    Gentlemen of First, start your Thursdays off right. Coffee, donuts, fellowship, and God's Word.