Education ministries is occasionally called 'Youth Ministries', however at St. Luke's we have educational programs and opportunities for ALL of our parishioners of all ages.
Volunteers are always welcome to develop, plan, and implement opportunities for adult formation so we can better live into our parish-wide vision of being a “Christ-centered community”. We offer weekly Bible Study sessions, Lenten Series programs in preparation for Easter, focused specialty Bible studies and other events.
St. Luke's Book Group meets every few months to discuss a book read previously. All are welcome to attend, even if you haven't read the book! Contact Jean Keplinger or Holly Wolf for more information.
Sunday School Service Project 2021
In November 2021, the Sunday School class led a drive to collect items for "All Creatures Big and Small" to benefit the Lollipop Farm Shelter. After learning from September on about Jesus' call to serve others, they decided to serve the animals among us who many not have what they need to survive. Thank you to all who contributed to their wonderful project!
Children's Christian Education - Sunday School
CCE SUNDAY SCHOOL
Teachers always welcome! Children in pre-kindergarten through fifth grade are able to attend Sunday School during the 10am service. Children will join church following the Peace. Our curriculum for 2022-2023 is the Episcopal Children's Curriculum - Primary Cross year and provided for the teacher. Special events include the Christmas pageant, holy week activities, Easter egg hunt, and more.
Children participate in the 10am service the first Sunday of the month, then Sunday School meets every additional Sunday.
Junior Journey to Adulthood
Volunteers always welcome! Children in sixth and seventh grades are able to attend Junior Journey to Adulthood (JJ2A) where they continue their Christian education and begin the process of Rite 13 - a ceremony for when they turn 13 and can join J2A
*On pause for the 2021-2022 year*
Journey to Adulthood
J2A leaders guide youth in grades 8-12 through their formative years by providing guidance and instruction. The program helps youth look at self, spirituality, society, and sexuality from a Christian perspective. The leaders plan and organize a pilgrimage every two years to enhance the Christina experience by participating in charitable activities.