March 1, 2017

  • Caring for others
  • Having others care about you
  • Serving the community

Those are just a few of the joys you can experience in a new small-groups program at St. Luke’s called Group Link.

“Group Link is a four-week program (beginning March 19) designed to help people find a ‘group’ that they can belong to,” Rev. Jeremy Sanders, Pastor of Program Ministries, said.

Small groups provide a greater emphasis on personal relationships and fellowship.  Group Link will focus on connecting people in similar stages of life.

“Our hope is that after participating in Group Link, you will have fostered several meaningful new relationships with other people from St. Luke’s,” Morgan Jones, Director of Small Group Ministry, said.

“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.”

The first Group Link meeting will be at 5 p.m., March 19 (Sunday), at both the Downtown and Edmond campuses.

You can sign up for this event at the Welcome Center.  Childcare and light snacks will be available.  For more information, email Morgan Jones at, or call 600-3415.

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