Our God has called us to live an abundant life! How can we live more abundantly and be better stewards not only of the world God has given us, but also of our own minds and bodies? Spending time with friends, taking time to exercise, to create, and to relax are all important for us as followers of Jesus. St. Luke’s offers some different opportunities that can help you to be a faithful steward of the body that God has given you.
Tai Chi is great for your balance, blood pressure, cognitive function, and more. Come and try it out with Dr. Charlie Holman. We meet on Wednesdays at 5:30PM in Azalea park on the Magnolia Street side.
Knitting is a wonderful for those who want to unwind and relax, as we experience the joy of creating blankets, hats, scarves, and more! Not only is this a great way to get to know others at St. Luke’s, but our creations are often used to help those in need in our community. Come and knit with Joyce at St. Luke’s on the 2nd and 4th Monday of each month from 1-3PM in our Conference Room.
Hold a paint brush in your hand, and imagine the unfathomable possibilities that are before you on an empty canvas! Come breathe in the fresh, outdoor air as you set your soul free and paint your very own piece of art. No previous experience is necessary. Bring a blank canvas and some paint to join Ms. Deb and others out at the picnic tables in the church yard on Thursday evenings at 6:15PM.
Lose yourself and expand your mind in a great book, then discuss the insights you come across with friends at St. Luke’s! We have a book club that meets on every 4th Saturday of the month. Find their latest reading list here.