There are over 600 laws in the Old Testament, but these ten are the most iconic – and not just because of Charlton Heston. These ten commandments tell us something about who God is, what is important to God, and how God wants us to live in the world. God cares about how we live in marriage. God cares about how we treat one another. God cares about us taking time to rest from work. This course will look at the overarching question – Who is God and how does our belief about God impact the way we live.
Rev. Josh Attaway is the Campus Pastor at St. Luke’s Edmond. Josh graduated from Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary in Evanston, Illinois with a Masters in Divinity with a Concentration in Congregational Leadership. Josh is married to his wife Brittany, and enjoys playing golf, traveling, reading, and adventure.
This Dave Ramsey course helps individuals and families deal with debt, learn how to invest money, and plan for the future. As the facilitator, Phil Greenwald will add practical tips and tools that you can use for making a family budget, creating plans for future needs and experiencing the joy of giving. This course is great for singles or couples who are working to improve their financial situation. This course requires a minimum of 10 people.
Rev. Phil Greenwald is the Executive Pastor of Administration and Chief Financial Officer at St. Luke’s. With over 20 years of experience in church administration, Phil currently oversees the finances for all our church campuses, childcare locations and after-school programs. Phil and his wife Stephanie, along with their two daughters, live in Edmond and enjoy travel, golf, reading and making memories together! (There is a cost of $50 for the course materials)
Ten Steps Closer to Jesus | Stephanie Greenwald
What does it mean to walk closely with Jesus? What does a personal, dynamic relationship with our Savior look like in day-to-day living? In this 10 week original series, Stephanie Greenwald will explore 10 stories from the Gospels, that will help us to discover how to walk hand in hand with Jesus.
Stephanie Greenwald is the St. Luke’s Director of Worship and has been leading worship in the Downtown campus LifeLight service for nearly 10 years. She began leading worship 20 years ago in churches across Kansas and Oklahoma. She is passionate about helping others to grow in faith through teaching and music. She is married to Rev. Phil Greenwald and has two daughters, Kalli (10) and Tori (9).
Keeping Love Alive | Debbie Moore, LPC
A breakthrough method for creating the relationship you want. This is a 10 session program that will help any marriage or couple. It will enhance an already working marriage and improve one that needs some help getting back on track.
You will learn….
to stop analyzing things to death
changing your own behavior
focus on positives
try something different
not to take setbacks too seriously – this is a long term relationship
not to allow love illusions blind you
evaluate what works and what doesn’t
delivery of the message is as important as the message
finding the right prioritization
Debbie is a licensed professional counselor with a private practice in Edmond. She works primarily with couples and relationships. She also has experience working with adolescents, parenting and anxiety and depression. She owns Counseling Associates of Edmond and has 18 years of experience in the counseling profession. She and her husband, Greg have been married 43 years and enjoy time with family, especially three grandchildren.
Presence over Perfect | Debra Mitchell
Join me in the reading of Shauna Niequist’s book, Present over Perfect – Leaving Behind Frantic For A Simpler, More Soulful Way Of Living. Like the author of the book, I am a wife, mother, working girl, daughter, sister, friend and neighbor. I love a good book and this is one. It is engaging, authentic and a breath of fresh air. The book contains a collection of Shauna’s essays. Her vulnerable style of writing will make for great kicked-back discussion. Come join us for a meaningful and memorable Wednesday night breather.
Debra is a wife, mother, working girl, daughter, sister, friend, and neighbor. She loves a good book and is excited to lead this book study.
InKnit Fun Fat Hat Class | Jan Rose’
What could be cozier this winter than a big fat colorful wooly hat with a fluffy fur ball on top? These cute hats are super fun, super fast and super easy to make. Come to Fun Fat Hat class and you can make one for yourself. You know you want one! If you are a beginner and are wanting to learn, Jan will offer a beginning knitting tutorial. This class has a maximum of 7 participants. Participation in the class will be based on a first-come, first-served basis for those who sign up in advance.
Prerequisites: Basic knitting skills are helpful – casting on, knitting, purling
Jan Rosé is a knitwear designer, teacher, writer and founder of In-Knit who works out of her home studio in Edmond. She has been designing and knitting for nearly 50 years and enjoys passing on joy of the craft.
St. Luke’s Edmond Chancel Choir |Candace Fish
Do you love music? Do love to sing in the car or the shower? Do you want to learn more about music and have making lifelong friends while you do it? Then come join the St. Luke’s Edmond Chancel Choir! The Chancel Choir rehearses every Wednesday night from 7:30-9:00 and helps lead in worship every Sunday morning in the 11:00 Traditional Worship Service. You do not need to be an expert musician or have any experience singing in a choir to join. Just come prepared to have a good time and use your gifts to bring glory to God!
Candace Fish is the Director of Traditional Worship at St. Luke’s Edmond. She is currently completing her PhD in Piano Performance and Pedagogy at the University of Oklahoma. She also has extensive background in vocal training and choral performance.
Thrive: Youth Bible Study |Jeremy Biggs
Stories of Our Faith: Lessons from the Old Testament
Each week will highlight a story from the Old Testament and how we can apply those lessons to our lives today, including characters like Gideon, Joshua, David, Jonah and others.
Children | Taylor Easttom
Wiggle Into Worship (3 and 4 year olds) Wiggle Into Worship will be used to teach Biblical principles in a fun and unique way. Repetition, toys, and organized playtime allow the energetic little ones to grasp important Biblical concepts in a way that holds their attention.
How to be a Superhero (Kindergarten through 5th Grade) Sometimes superheroes do great things. Other times it’s the little things that make them super. Big and small things add up to a life that honors God and allows us to do some super things for others. Kids will learn that small acts done for Jesus can lead to a super life and they’ll learn how to make life super for others.