“In a church as large as St. Luke’s, it is so important that everyone find a place to plug in and connect with other members of the family of faith, whether it be through volunteering with one of our incredible after-school ministries, attending a Sunday School class, participating in Wednesday Night Alive or another mid-week Bible study, or by signing up for our newest small group connection opportunity, Group Link.”
After hosting six decades of worship, weddings, baptisms, funerals, lectures, classes – and countless hours of fellowship – St. Luke’s Sanctuary looks like it has discovered the “Fountain of Youth.” The chairs, windows, flooring, and doors have been replaced or are being renovated right now. It’s all the result of overwhelming generosity and gratitude from […]
If there is Black Friday and Cyber Monday, why not a Giving Tuesday? #GivingTuesday is a one-day annual movement focused on charitableagiving on the Tuesday after Thanksgiving. Any size donation makes a difference. Make a donation to Studio 222 by texting #GivingTuesday to 405-252-9393.
Dr. Bob and Marsha Long and Rev. Wendy Lambert will host the Reformation and Wesley tour in September of 2017.
Is there anything more fun for kids than trick-or-treating? Going house to house to get candy in your favorite costume? How about going from car trunk to car trunk – with all the cars in the same parking lot? It’s called “Trunk or Treat.”
The Heading for Home Capital Campaign is in full swing. You can walk around the campus and look at the various projects that have been completed and see work in progress. It’s an exciting time for St. Luke’s – we’re heading for home. More information about the Capital Campaign is available at the Welcome Center. […]
St. Luke’s Academy of Music is offering one-on-one lessons with a teacher for a cost that varies. As more people sign up, classes will eventually be offered as well. There are plans to expand St. Luke’s Academy to the new Edmond Campus, and to offer everyone other genres of learning – such as yoga and cooking.
Writing a song is difficult, isn’t it? Not always, Stephanie Greenwald says, if you focus on one thing – listening to God. St. Luke’s Director of Worship has just released her first solo CD – Abide – and her secret to songwriting is simple. “I remember saying to God, ‘I didn’t think this would happen […]
Did you attend St. Luke’s on Broadway this year? Let us know your thoughts about this year and what shows to highlight next year.
The fall session of Wednesday Night Alive with classes for children, youth and adults.
Classes begin Wednesday September 7 and run through September 28.
All WNA classes will be at Edmond’s Downtown Community Center at 28 E. Main
A catered meal will be available, $5 for adults and free for children 12 and under. Dinner: 5:30 p.m. Classes: 6:30 p.m.