Welcome to St. Paul's Catechism Page!

This page is designed mainly for the use of our Public School Catechism Class. It will offer a list of assignments and provide some resources incase homework, worksheets, or catechisms are misplaced.

Last night we were able to make our way through the fifth commandment as we discussed the importance of life and the dire need to protect it in the world today.  Topics like Abortion, assisted suicide, suicide in general, the abuse of drugs and alcohol were all on the table as we made our way through the night. 
Our assignment for next time is ... 
You shall not commit adultery.
What does this mean?
We should fear and love God that we lead a pure and decent life in words and actions, and that husband and wife love and honor each other.
Psalm 139:13
You created my inmost being; you knit me together in my mother's womb.
Psalm 31:15
My times are in your hands; deliver me from the hands of my enemies, from those who pursue me
It should also be noted once more that the 6th commandment comes up next Monday.  Along with our discussion in class the students will come home with a worksheet to discuss with parents.
See you in Worship and Sunday School!
In Christ, 
Pastor Michael Kampman

Luther's Small Catechism: the Enchiridion
(sections memorized for class)
OTHER USEFUL ITEMS (click on any to go to the link)
Sermon Notes .docx & .pdf
This We Believe
Doctrinal Statements of the WELS
The Book of Concord (Lutheran Confessions)
Confirmation Commitment Form

Catechetical HELPS, LINKS, ETC. 
Tiny Cards (App for memorizing Luther's Small Catechism)  after installing search for Concordia Publishing House.  You should be able to select parts of the Catechism to work on. 
Finally, there are a ton of apps that can assist your child with memorizing portions of Scripture.  look around in your app store for Bible Memorization apps.  You might be suprised at what you find.