We encourage all adults to find a way to get plugged in at Saint Luke's and Adult Education is a great start! Through our Sunday and midweek gatherings, every person has an opportunity to learn, grow and build relationships that can last a lifetime. Christian education is an important part of our life and ministry. Below, please find ways to join us in a lifelong adventure of learning and growing in Christ.
Sunday Mornings and Afternoons
Sunday Morning at 9:15am
Jericho Road - The Gospel of Mark: Using music, video, and images, join us as we begin an in-depth study of the shortest and yet most provocative Story of Jesus. Led by the Rev. Rich Webster (Meets in Graham Hall)
Building Healthy Families - A series focusing on important spiritual family issues. February (Led by John Scott and Livy Abele)- Marriage- In Andy Stanley’s series I-marriage, we focus on how the big “I” can hurt and impede our relationship with our spouse and Christ. (John Scott will facilitate discussion from a video). March- Parenting- Learning how to equip our children spiritually as parents in Christ during the season of Lent (Linda Nichols will lead). Contact John Scott: 441-3935 or firstname.lastname@example.org (Meets in Room 212)
Daughters of the King - All women of the church are invited to learn about becoming a Daughter of the King, led by Rebecca DeBow. Group meets for five weeks. Feel free mix up times as suits your schedule:
Beginning April 8, Sunday mornings in the Medium Conference Room next to Graham Hall during the Sunday school hour, 9:15-10:15.
Beginning April 11, Wednesday evenings from 5:30-6:30 in the medium conference room (across the hall from 212).
- Pondering Scripture - A Study of 1 Peter - 9:30am (Room 211) We gather to gain a deeper understanding of scripture, with teaching, discussion, and prayer. We will be studying the letter of 1 Peter. Led by Sandy Porter: 802-6207 or email@example.com.
- Men’s Bible Study at 6:30am - (Room 225, Yellow Flag Room) Currently reading the Book of Acts, sharing the teaching role using John Stott’s commentary, The Message of Acts, and drinking coffee. We welcome new members at any time. Contact Rick Finch: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Centering Prayer at Noon - (The Scout House/Laylor House) The Rev. Mary Bea Sullivan and the Reverend Deacon Katy Smith will co-facilitate a weekly centering prayer gathering. The pattern of the time together will be a brief period of instruction, praying this contemplative prayer, and sharing our experiences. Drop-ins are welcome.
- Men’s Bible Study & Breakfast - Exodus: The Story Continues at 7:00am - (Graham Hall) This Bible study will take a fresh look at the second book of the Bible, with an eye toward relevance for today. Led by the Rev. Richmond Webster.
- Pondering Scripture - A Study of 1 Peter at 1:30 pm - (Room 211) We gather to gain a deeper understanding of scripture, with teaching, discussion, and prayer. We will be studying the letter of 1 Peter. Open to all ages, and newcomers are invited to join us at any time. Led by Sandy Porter: 802-6207 or email@example.com.
- Forgiveness & Healing at 11:00am - (Large Conference Room) Read scripture encouraging healing through reconciliation with God and Others. Led by The Rev. Rebecca DeBow: 802-6202 or firstname.lastname@example.org
- Men’s Bible Study: The Book of Acts at 6:15pm - (Purple Flag Room) Throughout history, God has shaped events to bring about His plans of renewal and redemption. God wanted to restore his world, his creation and his creatures so that they would fulfill his original intentions for them. God thru Jesus Christ is the force, mind and will behind the mission, but he has chosen humans to work alongside him. The stories of the book of Acts show us how God is moving his mission forward. Where does that take us in our busy, daily lives? Are we prepared for what Jesus has in storefor us? Led by John Scott: 441-3935 or email@example.com
- Rich’s Women’s Bible Study - Exodus: The Story Continues at 10:30am (Graham Hall) This Bible study will take a fresh look at the second book of the Bible, with an eye toward relevance for today. Led by the Rev. Richmond Webster.
Blessed Lord, who caused all holy scriptures to be written for our learning: Grant us so to hear them, read, mark, learn, and inwardly digest them, that we may embrace and ever hold fast the blessed hope of everlasting life, which you have given us in our Savior Jesus Christ; who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God for ever and ever. Amen. ~BCP
Adult Education question: Contact The Rev. Rebecca DeBow 205.871.3583