30s and 40s | Room 208 | Meets 1st Sunday of the Month This fun and relaxed class for young adults includes couples and couples with children. Class members lead lessons in a discussion format that features many laughs and inspiring spiritual discussions about our faith and the scripture as it relates to everyday life issues.
Intergenerational | Room 225 | Zoom Option Available The Insight class is focused on understanding how to live the Christian faith in today’s world. Using materials from Biblical and Theological writers, both traditional and contemporary, the class explores our understanding of what we believe and why. The class is loosely structured and most class-time is spent in study and discussion.
Intergenerational | Room 204 | Zoom Option Available Searchers is a discussion based class focused on the teachings of Jesus and the New Testament. Instead of having a Sunday school teacher, everyone in the class reads a passage from the Bible and comes prepared to discuss. Different individuals lead each session, but the joy is found in the diversity of perspectives around each topic. After several months studying the Gospels, we are now studying the early church as described in Acts.
50 and older | Room 222 | Zoom Option Available The Unity Class is diverse in their beliefs and is mainly a discussion group. The class typically sponsors projects for Skyline Urban Ministry, McKee Center, the Shelter for Homeless Women and other projects. The class welcomes singles or couples.
60 and older | Room 130 This class is an active, energetic and committed group involved in the music ministry, Mobile Meals and El Sistema. 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.
All Ages | Room 209 The Wesley Class, 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 cooking for mobile meals once every other month.
All Ages | Room 200 St. Luke’s Afterglow class was founded a few years ago as a way to help heighten and enhance the elation and joy experienced during the Sunday morning LifeLight worship service. We are a “young” class of 40s and up! We have wonderful, insightful and fun discussions that challenge us to grow in our faith. We welcome anyone and any age to join us!
Amy Givens | firstname.lastname@example.org Women from all ages and stages – stay at home moms, retired women, working women, and more—attend the study and the group is always open to newcomers! The hour is a discussion-based study – often a book study of biblical characters or topics to help you grow and find support in your faith journey. Childcare is provided and lunch is also provided for $5/person. This group is taking a break for the summer months and will resume with a new women’s study in August.
Georgeann Osby | 751-9046 Tiffany’s Legacy is a women’s bible study that meets weekly on Wednesdays from 9:30 to 11 a.m. in room 204, except for in the summer months. It’s a small group bible study where women can find caring fellowship while focusing on different series that encourage spiritual growth.
We gather for weekly Bible Study at 9:45 a.m. each Monday morning at St. Luke’s Downtown. We focus on growing in our faith, while developing relationships through fellowship with one another. We use various methods of study to include video material and small group discussion.
This community group invites animal lovers to take part in sharing, growing, and serving together as we experience the remarkably unique and spiritual relationships that we share with the animals who provide us with comfort and companionship.
Matthew Schmitz | email@example.com If you are a hobbyist runner, training for a marathon or even a 5k, you are invited to come meet some new friends. This group meets at various times for training, fun runs, and events.
For more than 150 years, the United Methodist Women has been a community of women whose purpose is to know God and to experience freedom as whole persons through Jesus Christ; to develop a creative, supportive fellowship, and to expand concepts of mission through participation in the global ministries of the church. Across the country, members “put faith into action” by raising up to $20 million every year for projects related to women, children, and youth in more than 100 countries around the world.
St. Luke’s women have been serving in some form since the church begin meeting in 1889 with the women of the church sewing bonnets and aprons to pay for the new minister’s room and board. In 1905, the women began to reach out to the world and a Foreign Missionary Society was formed. That began their history of service in both foreign and local missions. It wasn’t until 1972, that the various women’s organizations united together and became the St. Luke’s United Methodist Women. The UMW came into being as a missionary organization and this continues to be their purpose.