Adult Christian Formation
Sunday School Classes
All are welcome
updated September 2020
One of the great treasures we have in the church is The Book of Common Prayer. The liturgies and prayers in its pages can also ground our daily prayer lives.
Join Fr. Bryan this Fall for an informal spiritual journey as he shares and discusses favorite prayers from The Book of Common Prayer.
(Meet on Facebook, led by Fr. Bryan)
Taking up where we left off this past “Soup and Salvation”, we’ll talk about things like What is God after? What does God expect of me? What do I expect from God? What is the purpose of my life? What are these answers going to cost me and what is in it for me?
Lots of questions, to be sure. But all common questions that are always seeking answers.
Come and join us and let us discover those answers together, as we learn from one another about how to follow Jesus in our lives, especially during these anxious and trying times in which we now live.
(1st and 3rd Wednesdays of each month, through mid November, 7:00-7:45 pm. Led by Deacon Reese and Margie Gaudet)
What's Up Tuesday:
Join us in this group that keeps us in fellowship and in contact with friends from our St. Luke's church family. We open with a Collect, followed by a time of prayer intentions. Following prayer time, we have what we call "Inspiration Time", giving us a brief means of drawing inspiration from the Bible for our daily lives. We share what has inspired us during the week,and follow up with an open discussion of “whatever”, as a means of keeping in touch and connected in these crazy times.
We'd love to have you join us.
(Tuesday mornings, 10:00- 10:45 via Zoom, led by Gloria McKenzie- email@example.com)
Join in for a midweek reprieve. Midweek Motivation features noonday prayers, lasting 5-10 minutes, followed by an introduction to Christian Meditation (sometimes called Contemplative or Centering Prayer).
Stay for as long or as little as you'd like.
(2nd and 4th Wednesdays of each month, 12:00-12:45, led by Father Chris.)
Our group will gather around the book “Jesus Scenes.” We’ll read together the stories of Jesus and his relationships with people in the New Testament. Our discussions center around two points: What does the story reveal about Jesus? What does Jesus teach us, his followers, in the story? Join us in the conversation.
(Sunday mornings, led by Meg Duggar firstname.lastname@example.org)
This pandemic has prohibited us from doing just about anything but our "ordinary" lives. This fall we will be reading a chapter each week from Tish Warren's "Liturgy of the Ordinary" and sharing our favorite thoughts on the "St. Luke's Young Adult Ministries" Facebook page.
Join us in this “laid back” book study to become aware of God's presence in surprising ways in the overlooked moments and routines of our days.
(Led by Ashley Danos and Sara MacDowell, via Facebook, Young Adult Group)
The kiddos Sunday school will be different this year, like everything else. We want families to put down the screens and spend time together in God's Word and growing closer as a family. Check each week for a new, fun family activity to build new traditions and ways to gather as a family in Christ.
(Starts September 13th, posted on “St. Luke’s Kids of the Kingdom Facebook page)
If you have any questions on our Christian Formation offerings, please contact:
Margie Gaudet by email at email@example.com.