Edmond Campus

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Downtown Classes

St. Luke's Downtown also offers classes on Wednesday Nights starting September 12. Dinner is served at 5:15 with classes starting at 6:30 p.m.

Downtown Class List

Biblical Studies
* What it Means to be Methodist

What it Means to be Methodist
How we can disagree over issues, yet still live and serve together as the family of faith.

Dr. Bob Long and Rev. Wendy Lambert  |  Worship Center

Facilitated in Edmond by Rev. Josh Attaway 

What are the most important issues for Methodists? How do we handle differences of opinion within the family of faith? Are there certain things Methodists have to believe? John Wesley, the founder of Methodism said, “The distinguishing marks of a Methodist are not his opinions of any sort… as to all opinions which do not strike at the root of Christianity, we think and let think.” There are issues that have caused disagreements within many mainline denominations. Sometimes you might hear beliefs ascribed by some United Methodists that don’t represent your own beliefs. It is important that we know what we believe as individuals and as a family of faith. However, there is a difference between what we believe and our faith. Beliefs are our thoughts as to specific issues. The beliefs might be shaped by our upbringing, our culture, or the way we interpret scripture. Faith is the trust we have in God’s constant good will toward us as the children of God. Join us as we discuss some of the more divisive issues that churches can face and how we can still live together with respect.

Dr. Long is the Senior Pastor of St. Luke’s, and Rev. Lambert is the Senior Executive Pastor. Together they have co-taught WNA classes for over 10 years. Their unique back-and-forth teaching style keeps everyone engaged.


Rev. Josh Attaway is the Campus Pastor at St. Luke’s Edmond.  Josh graduated from Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary in Evanston, Illinois with a Masters in Divinity with a Concentration in Congregational Leadership.  Josh is married to his wife, Brittany, and enjoys playing golf, traveling, reading, and adventure.



Anxious for Nothing

Anxious for Nothing

Shannon and Kyle Goodwin  |  Room 106

In the book Anxious for Nothing, Max Lucado invites readers into a study of Philippians 4:6-7. Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus. With His help, you will learn to face the calamities of life. You’ll learn how to talk yourself off the ledge. Under the guidance of the Holy Spirit, you will learn to view bad news through the lens of sovereignty.  Anxiety comes with life, but it doesn’t have to dominate your life.

Kyle and Shannon have been attending St. Luke’s for almost 10 years.  Kyle is an active trial attorney and partner in his firm.  Shannon’s primary focus is caring for their kids while working part-time for St. Luke’s after retiring from corporate accounting.  They have 4 children: Kaden (24), Kale (18), Kirk (10), and Kam (8).  Kyle and Shannon consistently look for ways to grow in their faith as they attribute 100% of their 12 years of marriage to God’s presence in their lives.   


Let Them Grow Up

Let Them Grow Up

Audrey Woods, LPC Candidate  |  Room 105

Parents have the toughest job in the world, and here’s the secret: there isn’t a ‘right’ way to parent. But there is untold value in learning from others’ experiences and knowledge. What better place to do that than in a group of parents? So, based on well-researched best practices in the field of psychology, Audrey will offer some information about how kids grow and learn, as well as how you might choose to handle an array of potentially infuriating situations like technology, defiance, and responsibility. You’ll have the opportunity to talk with other parents and you’ll walk away with concrete tools and the confidence to let your kids grow up.

Audrey graduated from the CACREP Accredited program at Oklahoma State University with a Master of Science in Mental Health Counseling. She is a Nationally Certified Counselor and a Licensed Professional Counselor Candidate under the supervision of John Goetz. Predominantly, she practices from a Family Systems Theory (FST) and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) method, both of which are research based and well-founded theories in psychology. Her clinical interests include parenting, couples work, family therapy and helping individuals struggling with anxiety, depression, or trauma among other issues.


Faith Journey 101 - Online Class

Faith Journey 101 – Online Class

Beth Armstrong  |  Online

Have you wanted to deepen your faith, but didn’t know where to start? You can start with Faith Journey 101, a class you can take online. During this class we will discuss Methodism, St. Luke’s history, connection opportunities, and much more. This class is a good fit for:

• Guests wanting to learn about St. Luke’s and membership.

• New members wanting to learn more about the church and get connected.

• Longtime members wanting to find a new way to get reconnected with the church.

Beth has served on staff at St. Luke’s for more than four years and has taught the Faith Journey 101 class for several semesters. In her current role as the Director of Adult Discipleship, she helps connect members to various classes and programs in the church to help them deepen their faith.

Learn More About Faith Journey

Skills For Life
Yoga for Everyone

Yoga for Everyone

Tisha Tate  |  Room 132

This all-levels yoga class is designed for everyone’s body.  Let’s peel back the layers of tension, stress, and anxiety together.  As one of the wise sages of yoga says, “If you can breathe, you can do yoga!”  Be sure to bring a yoga mat if you have one!

Tisha is a speaker and teacher who creates space for people to slow down, let go, and “come home” to themselves through breath, movement, and inspiration. She brings her inclusive philosophy of “yoga for everyone and every body” to her yoga classes.


In-Knit For Love Workshop

In-Knit For Love Workshop

Jan Rosé  |  Cost: $30 per person   |  Narthex

(All supplies provided – advanced registration required)

At In-Knit, we are In Knit For Love.  We are many loving hands making beautiful gifts from the heart to spread wisdom and love as widely as possible. This workshop is dedicated to anyone who is walking the chemotherapy journey, to those in treatment who know they will lose their hair and who courageously learn to make peace with that.  A beautiful hat or fun beanie can go a long way toward helping a treasured person undergoing treatment to feel God’s loving embrace.  In this workshop, we will learn how to make these beautiful toppers.

If you are new to knitting and purling, you may want to take one of the free knitting tutorials offered to help you before classes begin. Both tutorials will be held in the Narthex at St. Luke’s Edmond on the following dates:

Free Tutorial 1: Wednesday, August 29, 6 – 8 p.m.
Free Tutorial 2: Wednesday, September 5,  6 – 8 p.m.

Jan is a knitwear designer, teacher, writer and founder of In-Knit who works out of her home studio in Edmond. She has been designing and knitting for nearly 50 years and enjoys passing on the joy of the craft.



Chancel Choir

Chancel Choir

Candace Fish  |  Room 131

The Edmond Chancel Choir rehearse Wednesdays from 7:30 – 9 p.m. and they help lead in worship every Sunday in the Traditional Worship Service at 11 a.m.  You do not need to be an expert musician or have any experience singing in a choir to join.  Just come prepared to have a good time and use your gifts to bring glory to God!

Candace Fish is the Director of Traditional Worship at St. Luke’s Edmond.  She is currently completing her PhD in Piano Performance and Pedagogy at the University of Oklahoma.  She also has extensive background in vocal training and choral performance.


Children's Choir (Wednesdays: 4-5:30 p.m.)

Children’s Choir (Wednesdays: 4-5:30 p.m.)

Children’s Choir will meet on Wednesdays after school until 5:30 p.m. Snacks and games will be provided before having choir rehearsal. They will sing in worship throughout the year and end the semester with a Christmas Musical! Volunteers are needed to help with snacks, carpool transportation, rehearsal crowd control, playing piano, and games.

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Children and Youth
Children K-3rd grade: The Secret Life of Pets

Children K-3rd grade: The Secret Life of Pets

Katie Davis and Betsy Horn

Our pets are precious to us. They were all created by God, and each has unique qualities and characteristics. We can learn from our pets some of the characteristics that we need for a godly life.


Tweens 4th-5th grade: Character Construction Zone

Tweens 4th-5th grade:

Character Construction Zone: Creating a Solid Character Foundation

Sheila Stinnett and Taylor Easttom

This class is designed especially for 4th and 5th grade students, combining modern psychological approaches to child development with a faith approach. We will use the lens of scripture to help students have fun while developing a solid foundation of Christian character.


Middle School (6-8th Grades)

Middle School (6-8th Grades)

Jeremy Biggs, Evan Nicklas, and Lori Cook

Middle School students are facing a critical time in their lives where they are learning more about who they are and what their purpose is in life.  They will be studying the book of Acts to learn more about who we are as members of God’s family, and how we can find our way in the world.


High School (9-12th Grades)

High School (9-12th Grades)

Colton Cheap and Rebekah Murphy

The book of Acts tells the stories of the beginnings of the early Christian Church and who the leaders were that emerged to tell the story of the good news of Christ.  High School students today are confronted with many obstacles to living out faith.  This study of Acts will help students gain the knowledge and tools to become leaders in the faith in youth group, at home, in school, and in their communities.


Disciple Bible Study
2018-2019 Classes

Disciple Bible Studies are designed as an in-depth study of God’s Word.  These small group Bible studies offer an opportunity for both learning and lasting friendships. Classes are offered at the Downtown and Edmond Campuses starting the week of September 10.


Disciple Fast Track I: Becoming Disciples Through Bible Study
Rev. Keith King  |  Mondays – 6:30 p.m.  |  Room 222

This 24-week Bible Study looks at both the Old and the New Testament while helping each participant apply God’s Word to their daily lives.  Disciple Bible Study draws on the work of scholars and pastors to help develop a foundational understanding of the Holy Scriptures.  Participants in this study will complete daily readings in preparation for class.  This is sure to be a challenging and inspirational time together.

Disciple IV:Under the Tree of Life
Rev. Dave Poteet  |  Mondays at 6:30 p.m.  | Room 202

This 24-week Bible study invites the participant to explore both the Old and New Testament. We will study the great stories in books like Esther, Job, Daniel, the Gospel of John and Revelation. The participants will look to theses amazing scriptures to better understand the promise of finding shelter, security, and rest in God’s love. Participants in this class are asked to have completed Disciple I.


Disciple Fast Track I: Becoming Disciples Through Bible Study
Rev. Josh Attaway  |  Tuesdays – 6:30 p.m.  |  Room 133

This 24-week Bible Study looks at both the Old and the New Testament while helping each participant apply God’s Word to their daily lives.  Disciple Bible Study draws on the work of scholars and pastors to help develop a foundational understanding of the Holy Scriptures.  Participants in this study will complete daily readings in preparation for class.  This is sure to be a challenging and inspirational time together.

Disciple Fast Track III: Remembering Who You Are
Sharon McElroy and Troy Reavis  |  Tuesdays – 6:30 p.m.  |  Room 132

This 24-week Bible Study goes in depth into the Old Testament Prophets and the New Testament Letters of Paul helping us apply their messages to our daily lives.  Disciple Bible Study draws on the work of scholars and pastors to help develop a foundation understanding of the Holy Scriptures.  Participants in this study will complete daily readings in preparation for class.


Edmond Weekday Classes
Women’s Bible Study Christy Coe  |  Wednesdays 9:30 - 11 a.m. 

Women’s Bible Study

Christy Coe  |  Wednesdays 9:30 – 11 a.m.  |  Room 132

Starting September 12, women will join together for fun, fellowship, and growing in faith by studying Bob Goff’s New York Times’ best-selling book,  Love Does. In it he shares remarkable stories from his life and shows how living and loving to the fullest is the best way to make Jesus known in this world.

Christy is a wife and mother of two daughters.  She works part-time as a pharmacist and in her spare time enjoys home remodeling, sewing and craft projects, and spending time with her family.


Mom Core Liz McLain  |  Thursdays 9:30 - 11:30 a.m.

Mom Core

Liz McLain  |  Thursdays 9:30 – 11:30 a.m.  |  Worship Center

Mom Core kicks off September 20. “Mom-ing” is hard!  You don’t have to walk this incredible, crazy, and oftentimes overwhelming journey alone.  All moms are invited  for fellowship, encouragement, and inspiration. Each week they explore parenting, marriage, and spiritual topics through video curriculum, live speakers, and  discussion. Coffee, childcare and laughs are always free; optional breakfast available for $5.

Liz is a stay-at-home mom to Alex (9) and Caroline (4).  Liz and her husband Chris are Texas transplants who arrived in Edmond by way of Norway and Indonesia.  She has participated in Bible studies around the world.  In her previous life, Liz worked in a department store buying office.  These days, she prefers the role of family chief operating officer and head cheerleader.  Liz loves traveling, organizing, food, wine, art and British TV.


Under Construction - Building Men of God Rev. Josh Attaway |  Fridays 7 - 7:45 a.m. 

Under Construction – Building Men of God

Rev. Josh Attaway |  Fridays 7 – 7:45 a.m.  |  Room 132

Men of all ages are invited to grow in their faith as this group focuses on how to become better husbands and fathers.


WNA Menu
Edmond Campus

Dinner is served from 5:15 – 6:15 p.m.
Worship Center
Cost is $5 for adults and free for children under 12. Cash, check, or credit cards are accepted.

September 12
Fajitas (chicken and beef), rice, beans, chips, salsa, queso, cookies

September 19
Chicken (teriyaki and sweet and sour), egg rolls, fried rice, vegetables, Asian salad, cookies

September 26
Hamburger, chicken sandwiches, chips, pasta salad, mixed green salad, cookies

October 3
Pizza, lasagna (vegetarian and meat), salad, cookies

October 10
Shepherds pie, roasted veggies, salad, rolls, cookies

October 17
Meatloaf (beef and turkey), mashed potatoes, gravy, broccoli, salad, cookies

October 24
Oven roasted chicken, roasted veggies, loaded mashed potatoes, salad, rolls, brownies