About Edmond

The Edmond campus is the newest addition to St. Luke’s! Most Sundays, the sermon is broadcast by video from our Downtown Campus. Edmond Campus Pastor, Rev. Josh Attaway preaches several times throughout the year. Worship services are held at our campus at 900 N. Sooner Rd., Edmond OK. Worship services begin at 9:15 a.m. (LifeLight contemporary service) and 11 a.m. (Traditional service) on Sundays.

Edmond LifeLight Contemporary Service

The LifeLight contemporary worship service at 9:15 a.m. uses contemporary elements of worship with incredible music led by the praise band and a practical, uplifting sermon video from the Downtown Campus to renew your mind and spirit.

Edmond Traditional Service

The Traditional service begins at 11 a.m. in the Worship Center. Our St. Luke’s Edmond chancel choir, orchestra, and organ will lead the congregation in this historically rich and classic worship service. The sermon is broadcast by video from the Downtown campus.

Online worship
Online Worship Service

You can watch our Traditional Sunday Morning worship service from the Downtown Campus live online every Sunday at 10:50 a.m. CST. You can watch, chat and request prayer throughout the service.

What to Expect

Expect to find inspiration, encouragement and hope when you visit St. Luke’s Edmond. Our contemporary service, LifeLight, is offered at 9:15 a.m. and Traditional worship begins at 11 a.m. on Sundays. The sermon is broadcast by video from our Downtown campus.

Where is the Edmond Campus?

The Edmond Campus is located at 900 N. Sooner Rd. The facility includes a number of features including a beautiful worship space, classrooms, an indoor playground and walking trails, just to name a few.

 

When will the Edmond building be completed?

The new St. Luke’s Edmond building is NOW OPEN at 900 N. Sooner Road with a beautiful 41,000 square foot space for worship, education, fellowship and childcare.

What can I expect from the worship service at the Edmond Campus?

Our contemporary service, LifeLight, is offered at 9:15 a.m. on Sundays in the Worship Center and has a praise band. Traditional service is also in the Worship Center beginning at 11 a.m. Our St. Luke’s Edmond chancel choir, orchestra, and organ will lead the congregation in the historically rich and classic Traditional worship service. The sermon is presented on video from the St. Luke’s Downtown Campus.

Where do I park?

361 parking spaces are available at the new St. Luke’s Edmond campus. Lots are available on the West, North, and East sides of the building.

How should I dress?

You will see a variety of attire at St. Luke’s from suits and dresses to business casual, and even some jeans and t-shirts. Be yourself and be comfortable!

What are the Sunday School options offered at the Edmond Campus?

At St. Luke’s Edmond offers several Sunday School classes that meet throughout the morning. The groups vary by age, stage of life and emphasis of study, but all provide a caring environment for fellowship, learning, prayer and support.

Class List

 

What options are available for my children?

Children’s programming is offered during each worship service. The children learn about God through biblically-based lessons that show God’s love. The lessons include visuals, music, worship, and various play activities that help each child learn to share God’s love, grow in faith, and serve God and others. Check your children in at the desk outside of the indoor playground, Will’s Welcome.

Where can I learn about events going on at St. Luke’s Edmond?

Visit Eventsto filter your list on that page for campus or event type.

How often is communion served at the Edmond campus?

Holy Communion is served once a quarter during the Worship services at 9:15 a.m. and 11 a.m. You are welcome to take part in Communion, regardless of your age or church membership.

What does St. Luke’s believe?

As followers of Christ, it is our mission to share God’s love and bring hope to the world.

We believe in constantly seeking new ways to share God’s message in a way that encourages and provides hope through stories based on scripture. We also believe it is important to grow in our faith, and we understand that faith is not a set of religious beliefs, but a trust in God’s unconditional love for us as God’s children. We value the importance of sharing in group classes with one another as well as a personal daily devotional practice.

We believe, through our gratitude for Jesus that we are called to follow in his footsteps, to serve others. This belief and God’s direction leads us to serve in our church, community and throughout the globe.

If you have questions about the beliefs of St. Luke’s or want to learn more, please contact our Edmond Campus Pastor, Rev. Josh Attaway.

If I join St. Luke’s Edmond, am I also a member of St. Luke’s Downtown?

Yes. You’re a member of St. Luke’s regardless of the campus you visit. You’re not joining a campus, you’re joining St. Luke’s United Methodist Church.

Connect to Edmond Groups

There are a number of ways to connect at St. Luke’s Edmond through ministry, mission and volunteer opportunities. You can view a description of the Edmond Community Groups here. To learn more about getting involved with St. Luke’s, visit the main connect page.

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March 29, 2017

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  • Dr. Bob Long

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    Dr. Bob Long

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    Edmond Campus Pastor

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    Rev. Josh Attaway

    Edmond Campus Pastor

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    Josh first attended St. Luke’s United Methodist Church with his parents when he was just 4 days old. As a young boy, Josh would sneak into the sanctuary after worship to climb up into the pulpit and pretend to be the preacher. He felt called to ministry from a young age and has served the church in a number of ways, including St. Luke’s Children’s Ministry, Youth Director at Bridgeview UMC in Norman and most recently Ministry Associate at St. Luke’s United Methodist Church in Oklahoma City. Josh graduated from Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary with his Masters in Divinity with Concentration in Congregational Leadership. He and his wife, Brittany, are both graduates of Oklahoma City University and live in Edmond with their goldendoodle, Henry.
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    Rev. Wendy Lambert

    Senior Executive Pastor

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  • Rev. Drew Haynes

    Pastor of Campus Operations

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    Rev. Drew Haynes

    Pastor of Campus Operations

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    Drew was born in Texas but raised in Duncan, Oklahoma. He earned his B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Oklahoma State University and his Master of Divinity from Saint Paul School of Theology. He and his wife Amber have been married nine years. They have a son, Ezra, and a daughter, Madeline. Drew loves doing things with his family like traveling, cycling, and hiking.
  • Savannah White

    Edmond Campus Director of LifeLight Worship

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  • Taylor Easttom

    Edmond Campus Director of Children’s Ministry

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  • Candace Fish

    Edmond Campus Director of Traditional Worship

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St. Luke's Edmond


900 N Sooner Rd
Edmond, OK 73034

(405) 285-2002

Monday - Thursday 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.

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