Faith Formation is more than a trendy new way to refer to Christian education or Sunday school.

“We cannot attain the presence of God because we’re already totally in the presence of God. What’s absent is awareness.”
Richard Rohr, theologian and author

Raising our awareness of God’s loving and living presence in our lives is at the heart of Faith Formation.
It involves practices that are individual and communal, and is a lifelong pursuit.
Our Center for Faith Formation is dedicated to helping equip congregations to nurture this awareness.
Visit our “About Faith Formation,” page to explore more, or visit one of these links

Faith Formation Events

From Synod Assembly, to Boundary Workshops. Whether you are looking for  R3 Renewal Training, youth events, VBS Previews, or Table Talk peer events, this section of our site has our updated calendar, with links to these event pages as well.

Faith Formation Events

Ministry with Youth and Young Adults

One size does NOT fit all. In Lower Susquehanna Synod, a number of ministries have blossomed that target youth and young adults. You will find links to age-specific and multi-generational events, service-learning experiences, and even ministries that cater to adult youthworkers, both volunteers and staff. Just follow this link to learn more.

Ministry with Youth and Young Adults

Ministry Links: Christian Ed Ideas & Resources

Ministry Links, found at:,  is a resource curated by two ministry experts and professionals, Pastor Paul Amlin, former ELCA Program Director for Ministry with Youth, and Pastor Janelle Rozek Hooper, ELCA Program Director for Ministry with Children. This curated site has lots of ideas categorized by the season of the church year.

Ministry Links

Service Learning: Growing Project at Wittel Farm

Join volunteers at the Wittel Farm, just outside Elizabethtown, PA, in the spring and summerr of 2018. This ministry partnership between the Lutheran Camping Corporation and Hunger-Free Lancaster County, the Growing Project reclaims a portion of the acreage gifted to the Camping Corporation for its original use, farming.

Growing Project at Wittel Farm