Education

Adult:

Spiritual Friendship

Pastor Ron Hunt (psychologist and spiritual director) will be hosting a weekly gathering on Wednesdays at 10:30 a.m.

“Spiritual Friendship” is for anyone who wishes to share their spirituality with other Christians in a confidential setting. The time is designed to help with devotional life and living out the Spirit’s call for our lives.  This month’s meetings are Feb. 7th and 21st in Casa Grande and 14th and 28th in Arizona City.

 

Women’s Book Club – Casa Grande  Monthly meetings – watch the calendar (Feb 12th next meeting)
All women are encouraged to join in the discussion of “A Shepherd’s Look at Psalm 23” by W. Phillip Keller. As a shepherd, Keller shares his insights into the life and character of sheep and into the role of the Good Shepherd who loves and cares for the sheep.
The book gives new meaning to the ageless Shepherd Psalm, enriching one’s trust and love for the Lord who watches closely over all.

Discuss chosen reading material that is selected to promote reflection and spiritual growth. Coffee is provided at each gathering. For more information contact Dell Hoff or Sandy Christopher.

Watch the weekly bulletin for more education opportunities.

Youth:

During the year there are several opportunities for the youth of all ages to gather.

Our weeknight Bible study, discussion and activities offered to our elementary, middle school and high school students are held on Wednesdays from 6-7:30 p.m. at our Casa Grande campus. Current study topics include our review of Jesus in the gospel accounts, the Small Catechism, present day social issues, and what it means to be a Christian.

Classes for the different age groups are led by Kara Cooper and Pastor Thom.

Students from Arizona City car pool together each week. These gatherings include study and discussion, activities, and fellowship.

Vacation Bible School:

Stay tuned for more information and summer dates.

Community:

  • Central Lutheran Church’s Community Education Ministry serves the greater Casa Grande area by offering English as a second language (ESL) and general education (GED) programs for adults. Language classes develop conversation skills for speaking and understanding English in daily living. General education instruction and tutoring, available in English and Spanish, improve participants’ knowledge and skills in math, reading, writing, science and social studies.
  • Central Lutheran also collaborates with other local organizations, agencies, and school districts to make these programs available to the adults that they are serving.
  • Click for GED/ESL information,

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