This class is comprised of couples and singles, is actively involved in many areas of the church and community. Lessons include Bible studies, current events, and cultural interest as they apply to our faith, The class participates in a variety of mission projects, including St. Luke’s Community Market.
The Insight Class focuses on understanding how to live the Christian faith in today’s world.We use biblical and theological resources.The class explores gaining a deeper understanding of our Bible with an open mind hoping to gain new insights.How do we discern and live its truths now?We also have members who join us weekly via Zoom. The class begins with a time of informal sharing, a teaching lesson and discussion mixed in during the lesson and afterwards.All viewpoints are welcome.
Whether you’re new or not so new at St. Luke’s, or a new or seasoned church goer, join this casual group of folks who want to grow in their faith and make new friends. We are open to all ages, but most of us are 40+. We held our first meeting in May of this year, so we are still getting to know each other.We use PowerPoint slides and discussion questions to explore the weekly topics. Whether you want to chime in and share your thoughts or just listen to others, there’s a place for you!
Right now we are finishing a study about our Methodist beliefs and how they apply to everyday living, The Wesleyan Way: A Faith That Matters. Soon, we’ll begin a new study, Seeing Gray in a World of Black and White. We all dream of a world with easy answers, but our world is filled with gray areas and difficult choices. We will explore how our faith can help us make decisions when the answer is not so clear.
All Ages | Room 120 – Parlor | Zoom Option Available
This is a class open to couples and individuals of all ages. The class enjoys biblically-based lessons from highly knowledgeable teachers. The Believers Class values mission and service to others and works on a variety of mission and service projects during the year.
Our class for singles and couples shares studies in the Bible and in practical ways to live faithfully. Our class participates in and supports mission projects every year that bring assistanc and hope to those in need. About monthly we have a social event for fun and to become better friends.
September will have a variety of staff members coming to teach and share on different topics.
October’s class topic is “Being a Better Grandparent, Uncle, or Aunt; Meeting the Needs of the Young People Around Us.”
September’s Social Event is Bunco, a game with dice.
Couples, married or not, plus single friends between the ages of 25 and 40 are invited to join us. This class focuses on creating an authentic community, building lifelong friendships, diverse thinking, and rich conversation – all while growing in faith.
September: Everybody Always by Bob Goff.
Driven by Bob’s trademark storytelling, this book reveals the wisdom Bob learned about what it means to love without inhibition, insecurity, or restriction. Everybody Always shows us about what it means to love people, even the difficult ones, without distinction and without limits.
Contact Rev. Linda Harker for more information at via email or (405) 609-1045.
This fun and relaxed class for adults includes couples and couples with children. Class members lead lessons in a discussion format that features many laughs and inspiring spiritual discussion about our faith and the scripture as it relates to everyday life issues.
This class is a group of loving Christians who enjoy the study of God’s word and learning how to carry His message into the world. We welcome all ages singles or couples. This group meets each week on Zoom.
This class is an active, energetic and committed group involved in the Music Ministry, Meals on Meals and El Sistema Oklahoma. The flexible curriculum, though Bible-based, is chosen for its relevance and to encourage class discussion. The Upper Room is a group of couples and singles with a wide range of ages and diverse backgrounds.
The class is composed of welcoming couples and single adults. Genesis primarily focuses on an open-minded discussion of cutting-edge social issues in the context of a liberal, Christ-centered theology for the purpose of implementing Christian behavior in our daily lives. Members share lives on Sunday mornings during social gatherings and outreach endeavors.
Searchers is a discussion-based class focused on the teaching of Jesus and the New Testament.We use a mix of prepared lessons, video series, and guest teachers to learn more about the Bible and each other.We welcome new people to the group and try to make sure each lesson stands on its own.
This class is a “young” class of 40s and up! We have wonderful, insightful and fun discussions that challenge us to grow in our faith. Our group studies books, articles, movies and more that help deepen our knowledge and understanding of God’s love and His work in our world.
Parents with Children or Teens | Room 201 | 10:50 a.m.
As our Youth are going through Confirmation, parents with children and teens are invited to join “Bible Study for Grown-Ups”! This Sunday School class begins September 10, at 10:50 a.m., in Room 201. In this video-based Bible study, Pastor Josh Scott looks at familiar Bible stories and reveals new details and interpretations for an adult audience. We will consider stories many read as children, including Noah’s Ark, the binding of Isaac, Jonah and the big fish, Jesus and Zacchaeus, Jesus healing a blind man, and the parable of the talents. Scott reimagines these stories and opens new visions for readers to understand well known pieces of Scripture in our current cultural environment. For details, contact Amy Givens.
Soul Squad is a multi-generational class that meets after the LifeLight service. The class focuses on 4, 5 & 6 week video series from such spiritual authors as Max Lucado,Adam Hamilton and Matt Rawle, with a focus on how we can better understand and relate to many areas of the Bible.
September 3 – October 1: Soul Detox by Craig Groeschel – Craig is the founder of Life Church and has authored many spiritual, faith-based books with several being listed on the New York Times best-selling list.With Soul Detox, Craig leads us in an insightful direction of spiritual growth through the intervention of the negative aspects of our day-to-day lives.This is a class you do not want to miss!
October 8: Dr. Phil Hyde will be a special guest for the Soul Squad class to speak on Life Management Skills. Phil has extensive experience and credentials and retired in 2019 after 43 years in private practice as a Health Service Psychologist in Oklahoma City. The class will also have a brunch on this day.
October 15 – November 19: Fearless – In this study, author Max Lucado invites us to turn to faith, not fear, as our default reaction to the threats of life. Find freedom, take comfort, unleash your worries, and become filled with peace, so that you can trust more and fear less.
November 26 – December 17: The Redemption of Scrooge by Matt Rawle – Rediscover and reinvigorate your Christian faith this Advent and Christmas season and look at this familiar classic, A Christmas Carol, through the lens of faith.
Seniors, get your week off to a great start with a Monday morning Bible Study. The Senior Bible Study is comprised of mostly retired adults and meets throughout the year (with breaks over the holidays). We go through various video-based studies. This is a good and faithful small group for discussion, care, and prayer. We are open to others joining us anytime on Monday mornings from 9:30 – 10:30. We meet in the Parlor and also have a Zoom option.
Once a Month on a Sunday| 12:30 – 2 p.m. September 17, October 15, November 12 Downtown Campus Fellowship Hall
This group strives to build a community of moms who learn, grow, and support one another; to meet you right where you are as a mom, a woman, a friend, and child of God. Learn how to be better equipped as a parent through speakers and discussion. Grow through a supportive network of moms from newborns to teens. Find support from mentor moms who have been there before and are ready to walk the journey of motherhood with you too. Lunch and childcare are provided.
This year, the group has been doing Disciple Fast Track – an adaptation of the original, best-selling Disciple Study. Ideal for busy people who want to fit a comprehensive Bible study into their schedule. Classes cover the entire Bible – from Genesis to Revelation – but in a shorter time. There are 3-4 chapters of the Bible to read daily. The study of the New Testament will continue from July 11 – September 26.
Women from all ages and stages – retired women, working women, moms, wives, widows, singles and more – attend the study and the group is always open to newcomers! The hour together is spent in fellowship, a discussion-based study, and a time of prayer. The group typically does a Bible-based book study, with occasional video studies – but they are all focused on helping you grow and to find support in your faith journey. This group meets weekly, taking a break for summer and holidays.
August 24 – October 5
Called by Susan Robb. This book will examine the lives of six ordinary people in the Bible who God called and empowered to lives of service they never could have imagined on their own. Discover how to hear and respond to the unique call God places on your life.
October 12 – November 16
Love Lives Here by Maria Goff. In this collection of stories, author Maria Goff shows how to live life with intentionality, passionate purpose, and a little planning – to make a life rich in legacy. But she had to figure out the help she needed first in order to live the beautiful life God wanted for her and wants for us.
November 30 – December 14
The Gift of the Nutcracker by Matt Rawle. In this Advent study, Matt Rawle explores the Christmas classic to help us understand God’s greatest gift of the Christ child, and the kingdom Christ came to establish.
Men of all ages are invited to grow in their faith every Thursday morning in the Men’s Faith Group. This is a good group for Bible study, accountability, and fellowship as we travel our faith journey together. The group does a variety of studies throughout the year.
The Mission of The 4th Quarter is to provide the structure, process and encouragement for Christian men to focus on living the rest of their lives in a manner that honors the gifts, experience, and wisdom God has given them, according to His purpose and in His service, making a difference in the world around them to His glory and for the advancement of His kingdom on earth.
United Women in Faith, formerly known as United Methodist Women, is the official organization for women within the United Methodist Church that originally started in 1869. The St. Luke’s United Women in Faith is a diverse group of women where all are welcome to be a part of the UWF purpose and mission. You don’t have to be a part of the St. Luke’s congregation to be part of the United Women in Faith.We gather in fellowship and with purpose to support missions for women, children, and youth and act for justice and transformation of communities.
Willow is a ministry for post high school students, ages 18-25, who desire to keep moving forward and growing in faith as students of Christ. Willow meets weekly on Wednesday evenings for a time of devotion and fun. Follow the Willow Instagram page for the latest events and times. @willowministries
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