Children’s Sunday School – Sunday Mornings 10:00 am
All children are welcome in our Sunday School room. We use the Godly Play curriculum which is a creative and innovative way of helping both children and adults become involved with the stories in the Bible. We sit on the floor in a circle and enjoy the lessons much as the stories might have been shared in ancient times. We love to have visitors in our classroom so please come to join us. Parents are invited for tour and a brief explanation of our Sunday School program after the service on any Sunday.
Teen Moment – Sunday Mornings 9:00 am
This summer the program for the Teen Moment is a survey of pop and Christian music from 1900 forward to the most modern. The songs have to do with the theological themes expressed in contemporary music of any age. We listen to the music and then have a time to discuss the lyrics, the intent of the song writer and the perception of the song in the public. Our first song was Spirit in the Sky which I commend to your listening but particularly direct you to the lyrics. If you are a teenager I invite you to join us in the class to have a donut and listen to music that may inspire and challenge you.
Adult Sunday School – Sunday Mornings 9:00 am
All adults are invited to meet in the Library on Sunday mornings at 9:00 am to study and discuss the selected scriptures for that morning. At this time, the leader in the class is a retired Colonel who served in Iraq for three tours and has real insight into the history of the Holy Land. His experience in that part of the world gives him a keen understanding of what is currently happening there and how that relates to the scriptures being studied. We are using the study series by N. T. Wright and exploring the Book of John. Each Sunday lesson stands alone so do not hesitate to come on any given Sunday.
Women’s Bible Study – Tuesday Mornings 10:00 am (except June, July and August)
Several years ago a group of women from St. Lukes began meeting regularly to study and discuss the Bible. It was decided to search out materials and study guides that were of interest to us giving special consideration to those written by women for women. Throughout the years we have explored several excellent books including Women of the Bible by Ann Spangler & Jean E. Syswerda and The Red Tent by Anita Diamant, but we’ve also completed several Serendipity study guides and are planning a study of Galatians . No matter what the chosen subject, we’ve found the discussion both lively and enriching. Please join us as we continue to grow and learn as we study The Word on Tuesdays at 10:00 AM in the library.