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Confirmation is an important part of a student’s journey as they develop their Christian faith. Confirmation students are usually 6th graders, but parents of older youth who have yet to participate in Confirmation are also welcome. There is no cost. Classes start January 22 and continue through the end of April on Sunday mornings from 9:40-11:45 in Room 214. Confirmation Sunday is May 7. RSVP is preferred to Amy Givens at firstname.lastname@example.org or (405) 609-1027.
Say goodbye to winter – spring is here! What better way to celebrate than with a Youth Spring Shindig! This is an outrageously fun event taking place on Sunday, April 2, right after church (from noon-3 p.m.). We will head out to a *surprise* location for a great time together! RSVP
A great way for kids to grow in their faith and serve the church is to become an “Acolyte” – an honorable title for someone who assists in the worship services. St. Luke’s Edmond is inviting 3rd and 4th grade students Acolyte training on March 26 and April 2. Sign up by March 19.
St. Luke’s is heading back to Alaska for another life-changing mission trip! From July 8 – 15, we will be in Wasilla, Alaska – about 43 miles north of Anchorage. WANT TO LEARN MORE? Come to an informational meeting on Sunday, April 2, Room 130, following the 10:50 a.m. worship service.
Parents – Confirmation Class is an opportunity for students 6th grade and above (who have not gone through Confirmation) to learn about the church, our beliefs, and what it means to be a member. At the end of the semester, the students will have a chance to join the church if they choose. It’s an important time in the faith development of our youth. The class will help them develop their own beliefs as well. Classes begin January 22nd and…
What is it like to be part of a small group that connects people in similar stages of life? There is an awesome opportunity for you to meet new friends at St. Luke’s and grow together in a more personal setting. You are invited to an event called “Group Link,” beginning on March 19 (Sunday) at 5 p.m., that will last four weeks at both the Downtown and Edmond Campuses. On-site registration available.
Did you know that magic can be used as a tool for education? Your kids will absolutely love a special Magic Show at the next Mommy & Me playdate! It’s Monday, April 3, from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at St. Luke’s Edmond. The Magic Show will feature Philip & Henry, who have been performing for 20 years across the U.S. and Canada. RSVP
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Here is a great opportunity for those who love sewing and helping others! St. Luke’s is starting a new sewing group that will meet every Tuesday morning from 10 a.m. to noon in Room 106 (Vaught Chapel), beginning March 21.
The themes of the life of Queen Esther in the Old Testament continue in Oklahoma women today. Just like this young woman, Esther, risked everything for others so long ago, God has a purpose for each season of our lives as well. A Season Pass is required to attend. >> Learn more