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Downtown Classes


St. Luke's Downtown also offers classes on Wednesday Nights starting January 16. Dinner is served at 5:15 with classes starting at 6:30 p.m.

Downtown Class List

Biblical Studies
The Essentials: What Do We Believe and Why?

The Essentials: What Do We Believe and Why?

Rev. Josh Attaway   |  Worship Center

When talking about what we should believe as Methodists, John Wesley famously said, “In the essentials, unity; in the non-essentials, liberty; in all things, charity.” So, what are the essential beliefs of our faith around which we should have unity? By looking at the Apostles Creed, one of the oldest statements of faith of the Christian Church, we will dive deeper into our beliefs as Christians about God, Jesus, the Holy Spirit, the Church, and more.

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.

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Video - The Essentials: What Do We Believe and Why?

When talking about what we should believe as Methodists, John Wesley famously said, “In the essentials, unity; in the non-essentials, liberty; in all things, charity.” So, what are the essential beliefs of our faith around which we should have unity? By looking at the Apostles Creed, one of the oldest statements of faith of the Christian Church, we will dive deeper into our beliefs as Christians about God, Jesus, the Holy Spirit, the Church, and more.

* Playing the Harp or Fighting the Flames? Misconceptions and Beliefs on Salvation, Heaven and Hell - Dr. Long and Rev. Lambert

Playing the Harp or Fighting the Flames? Misconceptions
and Beliefs on Salvation, Heaven and Hell

Dr. Bob Long and Rev. Wendy Lambert | Live Video from the Downtown Campus

Bob and Wendy will explore the theology of Salvation and some of the most common questions on the subject: What does it mean to be “saved”? What is Heaven like? Does Hell exist? What must I do to receive eternal life? Join them for a fun and meaningful look into God’s plan of Salvation.

Bob is a native of Houston, Texas and earned his Bachelor of Science degree from Sam Houston State University and a Masters of Theology from Southern Methodist University’s Perkins School of Theology. He also holds a Doctor of Divinity Degree from Oklahoma City University. Known for his practical, uplifting scriptural messages, Bob has become a positive example of leadership in both the United Methodist church and throughout the community. Bob and his wife, Marsha, have been married for over 40 years and have two married children, daughter Kelly, and son Paul. The two are also proud grandparents to six grandchildren

Wendy was born in Dayton, Ohio but claims Oklahoma as her home state! She received her Masters in Physical Therapy from the University of Nebraska and practiced physical therapy before being called into ministry. Wendy received her Masters in Divinity from Southern Methodist University’s Perkins School of Theology. Wendy is married to Chris Lambert and they have two children, daughter Hannah, and son Brooks.

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The Will of God

The Will of God

Rev. Mary Hughes 

Where is God when bad things happen? How could a good God who is all-powerful allow evil to exist in the world? How do I know what God wants me to do? Trying to make sense of God’s will can be a challenging and difficult task, especially in the face of suffering and hardship. This class will build off the work of pastor and theologian Leslie Weatherhead with supplemental material from Adam Hamilton’s video series, “Why? Making Sense of God’s Will,” to explore God’s will and what it means for our lives. Suggested reading for the class: The Will of God by Leslie Weatherhead.

Rev. Mary Hughes is a licensed professional counselor and ordained United Methodist deacon. Since 1995, Mary has worked professionally in response to disaster, emotional, and spiritual care needs in more than two dozen states across the United States. A frequent teacher and presenter in Oklahoma and beyond, she has authored and contributed to numerous disaster response curricula and resources, and has provided key leadership in developing national standards and best practices in disaster spiritual care. She
currently works as Director of “Project Resilient Spirit” and is proud to be affiliated with St. Luke’s as her home church.

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The Language of God

The Language of God

Sally Liles 

Can you believe in science and be a person of faith? How do we understand topics like Creationism vs. Evolution as people of faith? Francis S. Collins is the current director of the National Institute of Health. After spending much of his life as an atheist, Francis found God through his study of science. Join us for this study over the book, The Language of God, by Francis S. Collins, as we celebrate God’s creation through science.

Sally is married to Jerry and has two adult sons and four grandchildren. She was a high school science teacher before becoming a Medical Technologist with a specialty in Chemistry. Since retirement, she loves to sing, play golf, and especially enjoys facilitating adult Sunday School classes and Bible studies.

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Skills For Life
In-Knit

In-Knit

Jan Rosé  |  Cost: TBD   |  Narthex

(All supplies provided – advanced registration required)

Join us for a second Chemo Beanie workshop. This is the easiest beanie/hat you will ever knit – no kidding – and can be made in several variations that you are going to love. And – we will once again be sending the beanies to Stephenson Cancer Center in support of their patients to bring them comfort and hope in difficult times. These hats are suitable for all ages and all skill levels – Kids 9 years old to 109 – Beginners to Advanced. Participants should know how to cast on, knit and purl. Two free beginning workshops will be offered before WNA starts for those who need to learn how to knit before the workshop begins. Contact Jan for more information about the workshops at
jan@in-knit.com. All supplies will be provided.

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.

 

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Music
Music for Adult Beginners

Music for Adult Beginners

Logan and Candace Fish

Have you always wanted to learn music, but didn’t know
where to start? This class will walk you through the very
basics of music from how to read music to the basics of
singing and instruments. You’ll learn about different styles
of music, basic music theory, and so much more!

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.

Logan Fish is the Director of Campus Hospitality at St. Luke’s Edmond. He has music degrees from Florida State University and University of Oklahoma. He regularly performs in the area with the Oklahoma City Philharmonic, Boulevard Brass, and St. Luke’s Orchestras.

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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.

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Children and Youth
Children K-5th grade: Big Life, Big God, Big Impact!

Children K-5th grade: Big Life, Big God, Big Impact!

Taylor Easttom

Big Life, Big God, Big Impact! Children K-5th grade are encouraged to join us as we journey through the books of Proverbs and Psalms. We’ll learn how to praise God with a thankful heart, to have hope in troubled times, and to gain wisdom from His word! We will have a video based curriculum, small groups that will help us to dig deeper into the message, fun games to get some energy out, and we’ll have some quiz questions for some tasty prizes!

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Middle School (6-8th Grades)

Middle School (6-8th Grades)

Jeremy Biggs, Lori Cook and Evan Nicklas

Middle School can be so much fun for some, and so difficult for others. Who are we? What is our identity? Where do we fit in at school or with our friends? Why do we believe what we believe? We’ll be talking about this and so much more on Wednesdays as we build new friendships, have fun, and grow in our faith together.

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High School (9-12th Grades)

High School (9-12th Grades)

Jeremy Biggs, Colton Cheap and Rebekah Murphy

High School is a critical time in our lives and faith journeys. We begin to search for deeper answers to life’s difficult questions. We want to find meaning, purpose, and lasting relationships. Join us on Wednesday nights as we explore some of these big questions and what scripture has to say about finding meaning and purpose in our lives.

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Edmond Weekday Classes
Men’s Bible Study

Men’s Bible Study

Mondays 7 a.m. | Panera Bread 1472 Bryant Ave.
Rev. Josh Attaway | jattaway@stlukesokc.org

Men face unique challenges – juggling roles at home, at our jobs, and in the  community. For men who are striving to balance these roles, grow in their  faith, and actively seek God’s will, you are invited to engage in our weekly faith group, serve in a mission capacity, and mentor others. The Men’s Ministry is a great way to become more engaged in the church.

 

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Single Vision

Single Vision

Cathy Bass | Monday 6:30 p.m. | Room 132

This group is for singles over 40 to share Christ’s love and grow in their faith. Unmarried, widowed, or divorced, all are welcome.

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 January 16th, this group will study The Girl’s Still Got It by Liz Curtis Higgs. We will walk with Ruth as she travels from Moab to Bethlehem, certain of her calling, yet uncertain of her future. Hold Naomi’s hand and watch love put the pieces of her broken life back together. And hang out with Boaz, their kinsman-redeemer, who blesses both women and honors God, big time.

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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

January 16
BBQ brisket and BBQ pork, beans, slaw, chips, bread, cookies

January 23
Chicken Alfredo, sausage and marinara, salad, breadsticks, cookies

January 30
Roast chicken, scalloped potatoes, peas, salad, rolls, cookies

February 6
Teriyaki chicken, orange chicken, rice, egg rolls, Asian salad, cookies

February 13
Chicken and beef tacos, rice, beans, queso chips, cookies

February 20
Lasagna, salad, roast veggies, breadsticks, cookies

February 27
Meatloaf, mashed potatoes, salad, green beans, brownies, rolls