Welcome to Club 56!
Club 56 is Faith Formation for 5th and 6th graders. New kids and visitors are welcome any time!
Nativity is a loving community where kids and their families can practice faith habits like prayer, worship, Bible study, giving and service to others. Nativity partners with parents to nurture faith by encouraging kids to love God and love our neighbor.
“What does the LORD require of you but to do justice, and to love kindness, and to walk humbly with your God?” Micah 6:8 NRSV
What to expect:
Club 56 meets Sundays from 10:45 – 11:45 in Room 123 unless otherwise noted. (Please see the Club 56 calendar, below.)
Our Club 56 meeting times will usually look like this:
Before 10:45 – Manga Reading (Papa Luther this fall followed by Manga Metamorphosis – the Book of Acts in graphic novel form)
10:45 – 11:00 – Small Group Discussion – led by Small Group Leaders
11:00 – 11:15 – Large Group Activity or Goofy Game – led by the Games Leader
11:15 – 11:45 – Lesson – led by Tori Setterholm
Club 56 kids participate in 3 service projects each year.
Club 56 families have a chance to get to know one another and share lunch as a large group 3 times during the year. These lunches are in the Fellowship Hall and begin at noon in the Fellowship Hall. Check the calendar!
There is a $15 suggested donation (materials fee).
Parents and other adults support Club 56 by being small group leaders, game leaders and helping with our 3 service projects.
Questions about Club 56? Email or phone Tori Setterholm at 612-781-2766 ex. 1013.
“Music Mix” for students in Grades 3-6 practices Wednesday evenings from 7:00 – 8:00 pm. Kids participate in worship one Sunday a month and in Christmas and spring musicals during the school year. Led by Karla Reiland.
Summer Club 56 meets Sundays from early June to mid-August at 10:30 am for a movie discussion/Bible Study. For kids entering Grades 5-7. Led by parents and youth volunteers.
Summer Stretch meets 5 Wednesdays during the summer for service projects in the morning and fun activities in the afternoon. For students entering Grades 6-8. Led by Heather Anderson.
Gobbledybook Club meets monthly during the school year on a Sunday evening from 5:30 – 6:30. The kids pick the books. Kids eat pizza and talk about where the force for good and evil are in the book picked for that month. Led by Tori Setterholm and parent volunteers.
Families of Faith: “Discover Communion”
“Discover Communion” is a series of classes that explore how Jesus changed the Passover meal, or Last Supper, to give us Holy Communion. Drama, games, matzo baking and crafts culminate in a Seder Meal for Christians, followed by a communion celebration on Maundy Thursday. This class meets the three Sundays before Easter, the Seder Meal and Maundy Thursday take place the Wednesday and Thursday before Easter, in the spring. For kids grades 2-5 and their families. Led by Tori Setterholm.
Club 56 Information and forms:
Welcome to Club 56 (go here after you’ve completed the General Sign-up Form)