Spiritual Formation may come in many ways. The most obvious is through learning, and St. Luke's has a rich history of valuing education. We are committed to offering all our people a variety of opportunities to learn about the Christian faith.
Click below for the current schedule of classes offered on Sunday mornings:
Adult Christian Education occurs each Sunday during the program year (September through May) between the 9 a.m. and 11:15 a.m. services. A variety of classes and approaches are available for adults, visitors and newcomers.
SOUP & SCRIPTURE
Each year during Lent, our rector offers an opportunity for parishioners, their friends and colleagues, to take a few moments out of their busy lives to come together midweek at noon. We share a simple meal of soup and bread and have a time of reflection lead by St. Luke's rector, The Rev. Dan Matthews. In the past, Dan has used the day's lectionary reading, works of art, and the St. Luke's stained glass windows as jumping off points for his thoughts. Lunch begins at noon and ends promptly at 1 p.m. in an effort to accommodate lunchhour constraints. No reservations are needed.
Education for Ministry (EfM)
EfM is a four-year program, operating 9 months per year, that is designed to enable lay people to grow in faith and in a sense of ministry through a study of Christian scripture and tradition, theological reflection, and the support of a close spiritual community. There are several group options, including daytime.