St. Luke’s offers a variety of opportunities for lifelong Christian education for adults: Bible study groups, Adult Forums, Inquirers’ Classes, book study groups, and special programs particular to the seasons of the Church year. Our programs are informative and fun, so please join us!
One piece of our Spiritual Formation program is the Adult Forum, which meets in the Dining Room following the 9:30am service, offering a variety of topics and speakers that enhance our life together.
Dinner and The Good Book
Dinner and The Good Book is an adult Bible study gathering that provides an opportunity for individual spiritual growth through fellowship and the study of scripture. All adults are welcome. We meet approximately two Sundays per month in the church library, with prayer and potluck supper from 5 – 6 PM then study and discussion from 6 – 7:30. Please call Jim Bateman (342-6452) for questions or if you need transportation.
St. Luke’s Library
St. Luke’s library offers a wide array of spiritual books for all ages. The library is open for use on Sundays and during office hours Monday through Friday. Books are catalogued numerically using the Dewey Decimal System as in all public libraries. A subject notebook is available to help you locate materials as well as a card index system. We welcome borrowers, browsers and visitors to enjoy the books in our library.
On April 18th, 2012 a mom’s group will be starting at St. Luke’s. This group is available to all new moms, moms-to-be, experienced moms, and mothers whose children are all grown up. Come share a time of dinner and fellowship as we share in the spiritual journey of being a mother. Captivating Moms meets on Wednesdays from 5:30-7pm. Dinner and childcare are provided.