Our Children and Family Ministry is all about:

  • bringing our kids closer to Jesus
  • providing a safe place for children to gather
  • encouraging children to bring a friend
  • building discipleship skills
  • offering educational opportunities for families

Questions you may have regarding any of these programs can be directed to MaryAnn Unger, Director of Infant and Family Ministry ( ) or Lea Webb, Director of Children’s Ministry ( ).

Sunday Morning

Nursery for Infants and Toddlers

Nursery is not open at this time.

Worshipping with Small Children

Children are welcome in all of our worship services! God loves the little children, and so do we!

All quiet activity bags, books, and shareable items in the Narthex and Family Life Center have been removed for the foreseeable future. Feel free to bring items from home, if your child needs a quiet activity during worship.

Children's Message

Our focus is to connect the theme and message of the day in a simpler way that children can understand and relate to on their level. At this time, please keep your children with you at your seats.

Sunday School

Join us for Sunday School from 9:15 to 10:15 am! Classes are available for children 3 years old through 5th grade and held September through May. Nursery not available at this time.

RM 123 - 3 and 4 year olds
RM 131
- Kindergarten-2nd Grades
RM 133 - 3rd and 4th Grades
RM 135 - 5th and 6th Grades

Children's Church

Due to COVID-19 safety precautions, Children's Church is not being held at this time.

During normal circumstances, it would be held during the 10:45 am Praise service in the Family Life Center. Children, ages 3-6, would be dismissed before the sermon for a 20 minute Bible lesson with corresponding crafts and songs. This is a time to help grow their faith.

For more information or if you are interested in assisting with Children's Church, contact Lea Webb, Director of Children’s Ministry, at .

Children's Church in the Summer!
Because it is summertime, we will be talking about water in the Bible. We are using "H2Oh! God keeps His Promises" from Concordia Publishing.

Help continue the growth of the younger children with an easy story and a short craft, just like if they were in children's church at RLC.

Lesson 11 - Lydia is Baptized - Acts 16:11-15
Lesson 10 - Jesus Washes the Disciples' Feet - John 13:1-17
Lesson 9 - Wedding at Cana - John 2:1-11
Lesson 8 - John the Baptist - Luke 3:1-20, John 1:19-34
Lesson 7 - Ride Jonah - Jonah 1-3

Lesson 6 - Naaman Healed - 2 Kings 5:1-14

Lesson 5 - Elijah and the Prophets of Baal - 1 Kings 18:20-46
Lesson 4 - Elijah at the Brook Cherith - 1 Kings 17:1-6
Lesson 3 - Water from the Rock - Exodus 17:1-7
Lesson 2 - Crossing the Red Sea - Exodus 14

Lesson 1 - God Rescues Me - Genesis 6:9-9:17


Christian Education

Baptism Class

Welcome to the Family! Lutheran Baptism Theology and Practice is held twice per year in the Fall and Spring during the education hour, 9:15-10:15 am. This one session class is for parents who are planning to have their child baptized at Resurrection. This class will help you understand Lutheran Baptism theology and practices. Families are requested to participate in order to be prepared for their child's baptism. There will be time for instruction and time to allow you to meet and form connections with other Resurrection families. All materials will be provided.

Contact MaryAnn Unger, Director of Infant and Family Ministry, at , if interested.

Toddler Bibles

Bibles were distributed during (The Baptism of Our Lord) Sunday services on January 12, 2020. If you did not receive one, please contact MaryAnn Unger, Director of Infant and Family Ministry, at to receive one.

My Bible and Me (3rd Grade Children and Parents)

My Bible and Me is incorporated into the 3rd Grade Sunday School class. On Sunday, October 27, 2019 at the beginning of the 10:30 service, 3rd Grade students were presented with a Bible and received a blessing. Parents also participated in this special event. If you did not receive one, please contact MaryAnn Unger.

Questions can be directed to MaryAnn Unger, Director of Infant and Family Ministry, at .

5th Grade 10 Commandment Review

Fifth Grade Students who are preparing for First Communion review the 10 Commandments during scheduled sessions led by MaryAnn Unger, Co-Director of Children and Family Ministry. Student and at least one parent must attend.

Contact MaryAnn at .

5th Grade Welcome to the Lord's Table

Fifth Grade Students (and others interested) preparing for First Communion need to complete Part 1 and Part 2 of Welcome to the Lord's Table with a parent.

Contact MaryAnn at .

5th Grade Seder Meal Celebration

Usually, this event is for First Communion Students, their parents, and family members. Unfortunately, the event scheduled for Wednesday, April 8, 2020 from 6:00-8:30 pm in Family Life Center was cancelled due to COVID-19. It will not be rescheduled for this year.

First Communion

Fifth Grade Students (and others), who have completed the Welcome to the Lord's Table sessions, Part 1 and 2, usually celebrate their First Communion during the Maundy Thursday (April 9, 2020), 7:00 pm worship in the Sanctuary. Sadly, there were no in-person worship services at that time.

First Communion ~ Sunday, August 23


Youth Group

K.I.C.K.S  (Kids In Christ Keep Shining)

K.I.C.K.S. provides fun and fellowship for kids in 3rd-5th grade.

For more information or if you are interested in assisting, contact Lea Webb, Director of Children’s Ministry, at .

Summer Reading Bingo

Let’s make summer reading fun by completing the Summer Reading Bingo card. You can make it a fun family challenge or a challenge with friends and neighbors. Then share your stories of reading with those in your challenge and get new ideas or see who has the best one.

If you complete the entire card (all the reading squares) and a parent signs off on it, please send it to for a little prize.

Click HERE to download the bingo card.



Thank you for joining us
for our BOLT Backyard VBS Adventure!

We hope the week brought you and your family fun and Vacation Bible School excitement. With each daily activity and story, I hope your faith has continued to grow stronger with Jesus.

If you were late to the party, got distracted one day, or just want to revisit a favorite game or activity, you are in luck! All information will remain available on the Vacation Bible School webpage throughout the month of August (rlcary.org/ministries/vacation-bible-school).

Click HERE to learn more about this amazing online program.

Questions? Contact .


For Service


Due to COVID-19 conditions, acolytes are not needed at this time. 

Being an acolyte allows our youth, grades 5-8, to be actively involved in serving at RLC. You are able to sign up online for dates and worship times that work for your family.


Our practice is for 5th-8th grade students to serve as acolytes and be actively engaged during the service. Thus, allowing them to see the importance of worship. We hope you encourage and provide the opportunity for your child to regularly participate in this area of service.

Any questions or to schedule a brief training, please contact MaryAnn Unger, Director of Infant and Family Ministry, at .


Fellowship for moms

Moms Together

Come and join other moms for food, fun, and fellowship! Enjoy a Bible study twice a month and a monthly mom's night out.

We meet in the Fellowship Hall every other Friday from 9:30-11:30 am from September to April.

Childcare available at a minimal cost.

Find us on Facebook: Moms Together - RLC




First Communicants 2019