At St. James we understand that we are never done learning; God continues to reveal Himself to us and to the world, and we are committed to understanding and developing our faith and our spiritual connection. At St. James we offer various types of educational programs for both youth and adults year round.

All programs and groups listed below are open to everyone; please join us!


NOTE: St. James Lutheran Church Scholarship Program.

Please click here to download a PDF copy of the Scholarship Information (Page 1) and Application Form (Pages 2 and 3.)
Then please follow the detailed instructions (Page 1) in order to complete and submit an application (Pages 2 and 3) for the St. James Lutheran Church Scholarship Program.

DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION: A completed scholarship application must be submitted on or before the postmark deadline for submission of applications. The postmark deadline for applications for 2021 is: August 1st, 2021.


NOTE: Sunday School at Home.
During this pandemic, Jan has a variety of Sunday School materials that will be fun for parents to use at home with their child/children. Please inquire or watch for updates in the monthly newsletter.


Sunday School (Children & Youth)

Sundays Sept.-May, 11:00am-12:00pm

Sunday School is for children under the age of 16. Sunday School meets every Sunday during the school year (we take a break for summer vacation.) The Sunday School program is developed by volunteers and contains music, a Bible lesson that relates to the Sunday’s Gospel text, and an activity each week. Children in the Sunday School program actively participate in worship 4-5 times a year and donate all of their offerings to global development efforts with the ELCA. Vacation Bible School is typically offered in the summer, in conjunction with other neighborhood churches.


Open Space (Adult)

Sundays Year-Round, 11:00am-12:00pm

Open Space takes place most Sunday mornings in the Main Sanctuary of St. James Lutheran Church. All are invited to attend and listen, participate, learn, grow, and share as we develop a stronger sense of our individual faith and also who we are as a community of believers in our world today. Topics range from biblical study to current events, social issues, and information session about local organizations. Open Space is a safe environment where all questions and viewpoints have the right to be heard respectfully.