Christian Education at St. Luke’s
Spiritual growth is an essential part of our ministry at St. Luke’s. We strive to offer worshippers a variety of opportunities to develop their faith. Our Christian education programs are one such way members young and old can deepen their understanding of the Bible as well as their relationship with Christ Jesus. Adults can engage in lively discussion each week during Bible Study, and children and teens can take part in Sunday school where the basic foundation of a healthy, spiritual Christian life is formed. We use “The Path: A Journey Through The Bible,” as our guide for the classes, so that parents and children explore the same stories each week. Classes meet Sundays from 9:00-9:45 beginning in September through May.
As they say, learning is a life-long activity, and that applies to a Christian education. At St. Luke’s, we offer Adult Bible Study for those who wish to continue their journey with the Bible. Classes are designed to give a deeper dive, focusing on sections of the Bible and allowing for analysis and discussion. If you are a daily reader, or if it has been years since you’ve touched the Bible, we hope you will find these sessions enlightening. Knowledge of the Bible at any and all levels are invited to participate.
Sunday School and Youth Group
And he said: “I tell you the truth, unless you change and become like little children, you will never enter the kingdom of heaven. Therefore, whoever humbles himself like this child is the greatest in the kingdom of heaven. And whoever welcomes a little child like this in my name welcomes me.”
At St. Luke’s some of our most cherished members of the congregation are also our youngest members. While we realize our role as adults is to teach children, we’re also mindful of the fact that they have much to teach us.
St. Luke’s offers a variety of programs to actively engage our youth, including:
- Sunday school
- Nursery (offered during late service)
- Youth Group
- Acolyte Service
- Praise Ensemble
We help our children and teens learn, grow and lead in worshipping and serving the Lord. Christ is calling this generation to do great things for His glory. They will be a tremendous asset in moving St. Luke’s parish forward and in accomplishing the work which He has tasked us to do.
Just as Jesus welcomed children, we at St. Luke’s welcome young people to worship, sing, dance and praise (or babble). It is our joy to have them with us!