Tracy Lutheran Church
64 Rowland St
Tracy, MN 56175
Phone: 507 629-3563
Church Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Pastor Eric Natwick: email@example.com
Amy's Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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We're here to welcome you. Please stop by during these hours:
8 AM- 3:00 PM Monday-Thursday
Sunday School for 4 year olds to 6th grade meets every Sunday during the school year after worship, 10:15am-11:15am. Our hour tegether each week is a TON of FUN, the kids don't even realize they are learning! They get to learn and study God's word at their own age-level with variety of activities for the many different learning styles.
JOYFUL NOISE Children's Choir meets every Sunday. They learn and sing songs of praise to God. We LOVE to hear their joyful songs as they sing at Church once a month and share what they have learned. They always make us smile... they make Jesus smile, too!
First Communion: Once a year the 5thgrade youth of Tracy Lutheran experience their first communion as we celebrate this special day of our Lord's Last Supper. This is always a very memorable event. The 5th graders have five weeks of instruction during their regular Sunday school hour that prepares their hearts for this special day.
Rally Sunday, Pre-School, Third Grade Bibles: Each year at the beginning of the School year we have a fun day to get the season going again. Rally Sunday is the first day of Sunday School. On this special day the Little Lambs (Pre-School) and 3rd graders receive their age-appropriate Bibles. This is always an exciting day!
Cradle Role: Cradle Roll plays a special part during the celebration of Holy Baptism. When a young child is baptized, he/she is enrolled in Cradle Roll. On the day of Baptism, the child recieves a blanket from the Prayer Shawl Group of Tracy Lutheran Church. This is a very special blanket that is prayed over before given to the child. The newly baptised child also recieves a candle and a book on their day.
The responsibilities and duties of parents and sponsors are to faithfully bring them to the services of God's house, and teach them the Lord's Prayer, the Creed, and the Ten Commandments. You should place in their hands the Holy Scriptures and provide for their instruction in the Christian faith, that, living in the covenant of their Baptism and in communion with the Church, they may lead godly lives until the day of Jesus Christ.