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Middle School (6th-8th Grade)

Confirmation Program

We are excited to announce that Salem & Atonement Lutheran Church will be joining together for the 2020-21 confirmation year.

  • Classes will be Sunday evenings at Atonement. A meal will be served at 5:30 p.m., followed by class time from 6:00-7:00 p.m.
  • Eric Foerster, youth director at Atonement, will lead confirmation. Pastor Zac Strum and Pastor Cynthia Schnaath will assist as needed.
  • Instructional time will be three Sundays a month. The fourth Sunday will be a Collective event.

Parents will be needed as small group leaders and meal prep/serve.

Watch for more details in the next few weeks. We are looking
forward to this exciting partnership!

  • 2020-21 Confirmation Schedule coming soon
  • 2020-21 Activity & Event Calendar coming soon
  • 2020-21 Annual Program Registration and Consent coming soon
  • 2020-21 Acolyte Schedule/Sign-Up coming soon

Middle School Sunday Morning

Middle school youth gather each Sunday (September-May) for breakfast, highs & lows, and faith conversation! Breakfast begins at 9:15 a.m. in the youth room (church basement). At 9:30 a.m. they head into the middle school room for some highs & lows, followed by open discussion on relevant faith issues. Each year we are ask families to sign up to supply breakfast each week. Grab a friend and join the fun!

  • 2020-21 Sign Up to Supply Breakfast coming soon

  • 2020-21 Collective calendar coming soon

Collective began in 2010 as KCLYC, when three local Lutheran churches partnered on a senior high mission trip to Florida. The Holy Spirit was truly present as youth from each of the churches were bonding and building connections with each other and those they were called to serve. Shortly after our mission trip experience the youth requested we continue gathering as a group throughout the year. We started gathering monthly for fellowship, education, and service. We have continued to include area congregations in this grass roots collaboration. In January 2020 they were renamed Collective (Youth Groups Collaborating) .