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Christian Education

At its heart, education at OSLC is about our life-long commitment to grow deeper in relationship with God and with one another. From infants to elders, we are all called to follow in the footsteps of Jesus and to learn from him. We invite you to connect with others in our faith community and get involved in the many opportunities to learn and grow. Here is a partial list of opportunities:

For Children and Youth

  • Sunday School Classes (PreK through Adult, Sundays 9:00am, during the school year)

  • Youth Activities and Events

  • Children’s participation in worship (children’s sermons, communion, and more)

For Adults

  • Sunday School Classes (PreK through Adult, Sundays 9:00am, during the school year)

  • Mid-life Spirituality Group (Sunday evenings, meets bi-weekly)

  • Annual Women’s Retreat (Three-day retreat each February at Rainbow Lodge in North Bend)

  • Women’s Bible Studies (Faith and Hope Circles each meet once per month in participants’ homes)

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Overview

At its heart, education at OSLC is about our life-long commitment to grow deeper in relationship with God and with one another. From infants to elders, we are all called to follow in the footsteps of Jesus and to learn from him. We invite you to connect with others in our faith community and get …

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2012-2013 Sunday School Calendar

Sunday School

Sunday School (Sunday mornings, 9:00-9:45 a.m.) Register your child for Sunday School at OSLC by completing this online form! Infants, Toddlers and Parents: This year at OSLC, we have added a Sunday School class for infants, toddlers, and their families. The class takes place during the school year on the fourth Sunday of each month in …

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Adult Education

Sunday Morning Adult Class (Sundays, 9:00a.m., Anderson Hall) These classes are led by both pastors and lay leaders and are most often studies of various portions of the Bible. The atmosphere is always one of open invitation and conversation, and learners are encouraged to bring their questions and interests to the table. For information on …

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