Youth Summer Camps
Overview

Our Youth have a wonderful opportunity to experience a summer camp unlike any other.  Camps offerings like Disciple Camp (middle school), Youth Force (middle and high school) and Dayspring (high school) provide experiences that shape and expand the Christian commitment of our youth, empowering them to live the truth of the gospel in their daily lives.

2017 Youth Summer Camps:

  • Disciple Camp for middle school students takes place June 1-5 (register by May 15)
  • Youth Force for middle and high school students is June 25-30 (register by June 1)
  • Dayspring for high school students is July 6-10 (register by June 15)

For more information, email Amy Givens at agivens@stlukesokc.org, or call 609-1027.


SUMMER PASS – $400 (more than $100 in savings)
Access to all youth activities this summer for one great price!

  • 1 Week of Camp (Disciple, Youth Force, or Dayspring)
  • Launch (kick off Sunday for all grades, May 21)
  • Youth Week activities (4 days of service projects and fun, July 20-23)
  • Discovery Weekend (2 night event at church, August 11-13)
  • Lunch Bunch Adventure meals (June 7, June 21, July 12)
  • AND get a $30 discount for a second week of camp

Summer Passes are only available through June 1 and $400 must be paid in full by this time. Any deposits for camp placed before June 1 may be applied to Summer Pass total.

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Youth Sunday School
Overview

Downtown Sunday Morning

Youth Worship – 9:40 a.m.
Sunday School classes for all 6th-12th grade students begins at 9:40 a.m. with a gathering time for students to connect with each other and play games. Then we break into middle school and high school classes. This is an important learning time where we teach on topics and Scripture that are meaningful and relevant to helping students grow in their faith and knowledge of the Bible to share God’s love in their lives.

Youth Worship – 10:50 a.m.
Youth are encouraged to attend worship together as a youth group or with their family during the 10:50 worship service. They can also serve in Children’s Ministry or Hospitality.

Edmond Sunday Morning

Youth Worship – 11 a.m.
Youth Worship on Sundays in Edmond begins at 11 a.m. for all 6th-12th grade students. It is a gathering time for students to connect with each other, hear God’s word and play games. This is an important learning time where we teach on topics and Scripture that are meaningful and relevant to helping students grow in their faith and knowledge of the Bible to share God’s love in their lives.

Youth Fellowship
Overview

Downtown Youth Fellowship

We have many additional youth events including fun outings, big events, service projects, games, and fellowship time. The focus for these events is to connect and deepen relationships with each other, with the church, and with God.

During the school year, we meet regularly after church from 12:00-2:00 p.m. for lunch, games, and devotion. About once a month this time includes a service project or fun outing.

Youth Wednesday Nights
Overview

Downtown Wednesday Nights

Students meet regularly on Wednesday nights from 6:14-7:30 p.m. during our Wednesday Night Alive sessions in the fall and spring. This time begins with a modern worship service followed by small groups divided by age and gender. 
There are other youth Bible studies and activities offered on many Wednesday nights that this regular programming is not occurring. For more information about Thrive Downtown, contact Amy Givens.

Edmond Wednesday Nights

Each Sunday there will be a special youth activity in the afternoons or evenings ranging from service projects, to worship, to small group activities. The St. Luke’s Edmond Youth are also invited to join our Downtown Youth on Wednesday nights for worship and small groups. For more information about Thrive Edmond, contact Josh Attaway.