Faith Formation is of high importance for the people of St. Luke’s from infancy through adulthood. In addition to our Sunday morning worship services, we also have various opportunities for growing together in faith through Sunday School classes, Bible Study, faith formation events, group gatherings, and prayer ministries.
Children’s Sunday School
Children at St. Luke’s are invited to join us every Sunday morning upstairs in our Education Building at 9:40AM between the worship services. Children learn Bible stories, play games, do crafts, and have fun.
Adult Sunday School
St. Luke’s has a very active Adult Sunday School program, and you are invited to take part each Sunday at 9:40AM on the 2nd floor of the Education Building. Our Augsburg Sunday School Class meets in our church Library and looks in depth at the weekly readings from our church services. Our Wired Word Class meets in the Conference room and focuses on current events through the lens of faith. Our Luther League Class meets in Pastor Nathan’s office and has different topical bible studies throughout the year. Our Youngish Adult Class meets in Pastor Andrea’s office and focuses on living out our faith.
St. Luke’s has a Prayer Team that meets on the 3rd Thursday of each month at 11AM in the Chapel to pray for all who are in need in our congregation, community, and in the world. All are welcome to join us!
St. Luke’s Youth
Middle and High Schoolers meet for Sunday School at 9:40AM, and they gather on Sunday afternoons at 3PM for various activities, including Confirmation Classes, Service Projects, Youth Group Games, and Devotions.
Adult Bible Studies
St. Luke’s has men’s and women’s bible study groups that meet on Monday mornings out on the front lawn, in the Sanctuary, or at the local park for bible study and conversation. These groups provide a great way for members to study and connect Scripture to their everyday lives.
St. Luke’s Women of The ELCA
WELCA (Women of The ELCA) at St. Luke’s has three very active groups of women who grow in faith together as they pray together, share devotions, participate in service projects, engage in fellowship, and even go away for a yearly weekend retreat at Camp St. Christopher on Seabrook Island. Our WELCA ladies are leaders with servant hearts in our congregation, and they are always looking for new ways to take care of those around them who are in need.