- Adult Sunday School - Edmond
Any Sunday morning just follow the scent of fresh coffee and the sound of laughter to the small groups that meet around the church. At St. Luke’s Edmond we offer several Sunday School classes that meet throughout the morning. The groups vary by age, stage of life and emphasis of study, but all provide a caring environment for fellowship, learning, prayer and support.
Edmond Sunday School
9:15 a.m., Room 132
Allison Murphree | firstname.lastname@example.org
This group focuses on making faith the cornerstone upon which their lives and families are built by participating in biblically-based studies that help apply the faith to everyday life, service projects, and fun together. Participants are mostly in their 30s, 40s, and early 50s.
9:30 a.m., Room 133
Rev. Josh Attaway | email@example.com
Journey is a multi-generational group of all ages – couples and singles – with a Bible Study emphasis.
10:15 a.m., Room 107
Morgan Green | firstname.lastname@example.org
Want community without adding another stressor to your “over-committed” life. We meet between worship services to accommodate attending either service. We spend our time discussing life, God, and family. We also have monthly gatherings outside of church to enjoy time together while including our children. Age 30s and 40s.
10:45 a.m., Room 133
Jill Fant | email@example.com
We are a discussion based class where members decide on the curriculum and take turns presenting the various lessons. This group is open to couples and singles, age 50+.
Young Adults Community Group
10:45 a.m. | Room 132
A new community group is starting for young adults in their 20s and 30s – couples or singles. The group will kick off on Sunday, September 29. It will meet on Sunday mornings at 10:45 in Room 132. Childcare and Sunday school are provided during the class time.
- Adult Sunday School - Downtown
Any Sunday morning just follow the scent of fresh coffee and the sound of laughter to the small groups that meet around the church. At St. Luke’s we offer 30 Sunday School classes that meet at 9:40 and 10:50 a.m. The groups vary by age, stage of life and emphasis of study, but all provide a caring environment for fellowship, learning, prayer and support.
Downtown Sunday School
All Ages | Room 209
Get up with the sun to study with us about the Son each week. Join us for an in-depth Biblical study each week at 8:30 a.m. in Room 200.
30 to 40 | Room 206
This class is a mixture of singles, couples and couples with children in their late 20s to 30s. The class curriculum is varied but always seeks to help class members grow in our faith.
All Ages | Room 120 – Parlor
This is a class open to couples of all ages. The class enjoys Biblically based studies from highly knowledgeable teachers.
55 and older | Room 205
The class is a diverse mixture of couples and singles who support several community projects. The main source of this aid is cash raised by monthly pot-luck dinners held at members’ homes, on a volunteer basis. Sunday school subjects are as diverse as the members’ imaginations, ranging from Chaos Theory to “The Life and Times of Constantine.”
50 and older | Room 202
This class for singles and couples features lessons on subjects from Biblical studies to current events. The class works on several mission projects throughout the year.
30s and 40s | Room 208
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.
50 and older | Room 207
The Genesis class is comprised of both couples and single adults. The class primarily discusses how our Christian faith impacts and defines our lives in the world.
Intergenerational | Room 225
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.
40s and older | Library in the Mansion at St. Luke’s
This class is a group of open-minded adults (couples and singles), who are willing to express our interpretation of various topics of discussion. A small and informal group, discussion-oriented classes are facilitated by class members. Topics are varied and include speakers, video, and Bible studies, using art and music.
All Ages | Room 201
|This warm, friendly group of baby boomers & up enjoys a presentation to start class with time for questions, answers, and discussion. Topics selected have ranged from Bible study to the Russian Mission to Andy Griffith programs, to the history behind the colored glass windows at St. Luke’s. Topics are selected to enlighten, inspire and educate our members and are taught by experts in the chosen topics. We also have monthly lunches or dinners to meet with each other in a less formal setting. Come join us, you will be glad you did.
40 and Up | Room 134
The Pathfinders include couples, families with children and single adults. Class lessons vary each week and members enjoy group discussions on the application of Bible-based teachings to our daily lives. https://sites.google.com/site/stlukespathfinders/home
Intergenerational | Room 204
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.
Multi-generational (40s to 80s) | Room 106 – Vaught Chapel
Multi-generational (40s to 80s), multi-racial class, focused on Bible study and discussion. We have a great time together and are eager to learn from one another. Anyone is welcome!
50 and older | Room 222
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 | 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!