Posts by Preschool

Parenting Seminar-October 12, 2021 starting at 7:00 pm via Zoom

Please join Wee Disciples Preschool and Real Life Families for a parenting seminar entitled:
Go Family!  9 Practical Ways to Bring More Team Unity in our Homes    
This world needs stronger families and it starts in our homes and the relationships that we build within it.  Building a strong family takes time, energy, prayer, patience, love, balance, discipline, and teamwork.  In this Parenting Seminar Christine Leeb, author of Go Family!, will:  

· Teach strategies for helping your kids feel like they belong  

· Share practical, powerful, and even a little crazy-creative ideas for inviting cooperation into your everyday life  

· Empower you with relationship-building tools to establish  a team environment in your home  

Register by October 10, 2021 by emailing Zoom Invites will be sent on October 11th.

First Chapel

On Wednesday, September, 16, Pastor Shawn visited Wee Disciples Preschool for some Jesus and Me time. It was our first Chapel of the year and first Chapel since COVID-19 appeared. We are so blessed to be able to begin this activity again. Thank You, Pastor Shawn!

Butterfly Fun at Wee Disciples

Wee Disciples Preschool watched caterpillars change into butterflies over the past few weeks of school. It is an exciting and amazing example of God’s wonderful work! Today, Friday, September 10, 2021, we sent our Butterflies out into the world.

Wee Disciples Preschool

Wee Disciples Preschool celebrated the end of the 2020-21 school year with a Moving Up and On Celebration on May 20, 2021. The students sang some of their favorite Bible Time songs from the school year for their families. It was a great end to a fantastic year of preschool.

May 20, 2021

Wee Disciples Preschool

Moving Up and On Celebration

Registration for the 2021-22 Wee Disciples Preschool Year

February is the time for returning Wee Disciples students and Trinity Lutheran families to re-enroll for the 2021-22 preschool year.  To register please submit the Wee Disciples Preschool Registration form for 2021-22 (Click here for form) and a non-refundable registration fee of $50 to the preschool during the month of February.   Registration will open to the community on March 1, 2021 and the fee for registration is $75.

Questions about our program and tours can be scheduled by contacting our Director/Teacher, Karen Rohrer, at

Come grow with us at Wee Disciples Preschool!


Wee Disciples Preschool-COVID-19 Reopening Plan–2020-21

Wee Disciples Preschool has created a COVID-19 Reopening Plan for the 2020-21 school year. We are following state and local guidelines in order to ensure the safety of our staff, families, and students as we prepare for the upcoming school year. We will start school as planned on August 24th! Watch for more news about our preschool in the coming weeks.

The Fruit of the Spirit

Each school year I like the end the year talking about Christian Attitudes/Character during Bible Time. I like the preschoolers to know that when you love Jesus, God’s Holy Spirit is in you.  This Holy Spirit works through us each day. The Fruits of the Spirit concept comes from Galatians 5:22-23 “…the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control. Against such things there is no law.” 
At Wee Disciples I like to take one fruit of the spirit to focus on each day of preschool. For example I would begin talking about love.  I introduce how God shows love to us, talk about love and describe what it is, give examples of showing love to others, challenge the students to show love to others, and point out when love is shown by students throughout the day.
The following is a YouTube Video that briefly explains the Fruit of the Spirit.
Here is a link to a song on YouTube to help teach the Fruit of the Spirit to your child.
Now challenge your preschooler to show the Fruit of the Spirit each day or work on one “fruit’ each day. Have fun using the Fruit of the Spirit to introduce and encourage Christian attitudes and character.

The Beautiful Oops..Make your own art!

Many times in the preschool classroom,  I have heard “my picture looks bad,” “I made a mistake,” or “this does not look good”.  Today I want to challenge the thinking that art has to look a certain way.   Art is an expression of who we are.   Making a picture that looks like another picture is fun and helps us learn, yet it is even better if you put your mark on it and do it a different way or your way.   Lets start today by showing the preschoolers the story “Beautiful Oops” by Saltzberg.   Here is a reading of the story:  Beautiful Oops! By Barney Saltzberg
The lesson today is that even a rip, stain, blob, drip can be art.   Its just a matter of how you look at it.   I hope that each of your children will learn to be proud and confident in their art ideas.   There is not a wrong way or right was to create a masterpiece!    Be creative and adventurous!
Another story I enjoy is called “The Dot”  by Reynolds.   Here is a reading of this wonderful story:  The Dot by Peter H. Reynolds | Read aloud Book for kids
Encourage your child to make a mark…anything is art!   And…don’t forget to sign your name!
Have fun creating art with your preschooler!

Our Regular Fall Voters' Meeting was held on November 14, 2021. Please contact the Trinity Office if you would like a copy of the minutes. We'll update this link next when we have details regarding our upcoming Regular Spring Voters' Meeting. God bless you and may the Lord continue to bless our ministries!