DIRECTOR OF YOUTH & FAMILY MINISTRIES
Per grew up in South Minneapolis attending St. Peder’s Lutheran Church. Every Summer he would head to Sugar Creek Bible Camp to participate in a new adventure every year. Later, after finishing his college education at Augustana College (now University) in Sioux Falls, SD, he returned to work at Sugar Creek Bible Camp as a High School counselor and then later as one of the Assistant Program Directors. His first youth ministry job was in Delano, MN at Light of Christ Lutheran Church before he found his way to Farmington Lutheran in February of 2015. During his time at FLC, he has enjoyed walking alongside the families of the Confirmation students and growing the High School ministry into a program where our youth feel cared for.
YOUTH & FAMILY MINISTRIES ASSISTANT
Shannon grew up in Plymouth and attended three different churches of various faiths. Shannon received her BA in Theatre Performance from Augsburg College (now University) in 2011. After graduating, she worked with a handful of organizations with youth of various ages in different theatrical, teaching, and administrative roles. Most recently, she was the Community Engagement Program Assistant and Teaching Artist for Children's Theatre Company's Neighborhood Bridges Program. Shannon has called FLC her church home since 2013 when her and her husband, Nick, decided to get married here. They have since added two little boys to their family, Henrik (3 years) and Jameson (3 months). She loves being a part of the youth program here at FLC and supporting the youth and their families as they grow and learn together.
6th-8th grade - Confirmation
9th-12th grade - Koin
Farmington Lutheran Scholarship Opportunities
Farmington Lutheran Church offers scholarship opportunities to those who are planning to attend a Lutheran college. Applications will be excepted until April 30, 2019.
Scholarships are granted to students attending freshman through senior year.
FLC's Endowment committee offers scholarships to those who attend a Lutheran college, while working on an undergrad degree.