Learning

 

 

Adults

St. Luke’s has a regular adult education program on Sundays from 9 to 10 am. These classes are generally in discussion format led by the rector or a lay leader, or presentations by guest speakers followed by a question-and-answer period. We cover selected portions of Scripture or other faith-related topics, such as works by C.S. Lewis or special ministry projects, and explore how these topics relate to our own lives. From time to time, special evening series of classes are also held.

Inquirers’ and confirmation classes, led by the rector, are offered each year. These classes provide an introduction to the Episcopal Church and to our practices of worship and prayer, and prepare participants for becoming new members of St. Luke’s.

Currently we are planning our study for Lent.

Children

Children and teenagers gather for Christian education at 10:30 during the first part of the service. Three-six years olds meet in the atrium, based on the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd, for a quiet time of exploration of prayer, parables, Holy Communion and the life of Jesus. Older children gather for discussion and instruction following the liturgical season.

Throughout the year families gather for an afternoon of reflection, art, and discussion aimed at helping families bring Christian worship into the home. Children grades 3 through 12 gather with other Episcopalians during the summer at  Camp Henry, our diocesan summer camp located at the Lake Logan Episcopal Center outside of Canton.