Community

At Augsburg, we enjoy finding time and ways to grow deeper in our relationships with one another. These connections help us to learn more about each other and about God’s love for us.

Sunday School: Throughout the school year, Children and Youth Sunday School classes meet. Through these classes, we spend time learning about God, but also about each other. During the Sunday School hour, we offer classes for infants through high school. To learn more about these classes click here.

Choirs: Music is an important aspect of Lutheran Worship, but the community we build during choirs is just as important. Children and youth choirs meet on Sunday afternoons. For more information on children and youth choirs, contact Bruce Tippette

Youthrans: 1st-5th grade group meet once a month for an activity. This is a time for the children to grow in relationships and their faith. The activities include everything from service projects to game days and all things in between. Some of the activities are for just the Youthran group, while others are whole family events.
Find the Youthran schedule for the year here.
For more information on Youthrans, contact Leigh Anna Voigt.

Youth: Middle and High School students meet weekly throughout the school year for fellowship and faith formation.
Youth form bonds during Youth group on Sunday evenings, Bible studies, and other events throughout the week. Youth programs include everything from service projects, to faith formation (including Confirmation), to group bonding. Youth group is supported and led by Youth Staff and volunteer advisors.
Youth meet for Bagels each Wednesday morning throughout the school year.
Find the Youth schedule for the year here.
For more information on Youth, contact Robin Welch.

Inter-generational Ministries: Anytime people of different age groups get to connect with one another is an opportunity for Inter-generational Ministries at Augsburg. While worship is our number one inter-generational ministry–God’s Work Our Hands, Christmas Programs, and Karios Companions are a few examples of other ways we come together to learn and grow in our faith.