- The Beginning
Rev. Josh Attaway
The book of Genesis is filled with amazing and familiar stories that light up our imagination and teach us some of the fundamental truths of who God is, who we are as humans, and what we are supposed to do in the world. From stories of creation, to floods, to slavery in Egypt, we will explore some familiar stories in a whole new way to see how God is still speaking to us and calling us into relationship today.
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.
- Through Deep Waters; An In-depth Look at the Gifts of Hope and Forgiveness.
Through Deep Waters; An In-depth Look at the Gifts of Hope and Forgiveness.
Dr. Bob Long and Rev. Wendy Lambert
Edmond Campus Live Video, or Online Campus
This class will explore the great promise of our faith that, regardless of where we are in our journey of life, God is with us. God’s loving presence offers us hope and forgiveness. This class offers an in-depth look at what the Bible teaches about Hope and Forgiveness. On October 9, there will be a special guest, Daryl Burton, who will share his powerful life story of how God brought him through a tragedy of justice to a new life filled with hope and forgiveness.
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 12 years. Their unique back-and-forth teaching style keeps everyone engaged.
- Psychological First Aid: Faith Leaders Edition
Psychological First Aid: Faith Leaders Edition
Rev. Mary Hughes
PFA is an evidence-informed modular approach designed to reduce the initial distress caused by traumatic events and to foster short and long-term functioning and coping. This course offers general knowledge and skills development. Supplemental information regarding spiritual care needs will be included.
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. 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.
- Old Testament Stories From the Backside
Old Testament Stories From the Backside
Taken from the book by J Ellsworth Kalas, this class will take us back to many familiar stories in our Bible. However, the author challenges us to look at these stories in a different way than what we were taught in Sunday school classes. In this study, we will hope to find new ways in which God speaks to us.
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.
A workshop style class on how to live “The Oola Life,” which is a state of mind where you find balance and grow in 7 key areas of life (Faith, Family, Field, Finance, Fitness, Friends and Fun). Using the book, Oola For Christians as a guide, participants will discuss the seven key areas with related scriptures and stories, as well as cover the common “Blockers” that stand in the way. We will also cover “Accelerators” that will help with your progress. Participants will focus on developing an Oola Plan (goal setting in each of the areas) and following your Oola Path (a simple system to help you accomplish those goals).
Tina Gering has been a member of St. Luke’s Edmond since its opening service at Sequoyah Middle School. Tina and her husband, Chris, have the honor of being the first couple to have their wedding ceremony in the Edmond Worship Center. She is a life-long learner, career educator/teacher and mother to nine amazing adult children. Her number one Oola goal is to positively inspire others so they may confidently achieve their full potential.
Skills For Life
Jan Rosé | Cost: $20 | Narthex
Learn to knit and have fun with this group this fall! There will be enjoyable options for everyone at any knitting skill level. Beginning knitters will work on a beginner scarf, backed up by tutorials showing you how to cast on, knit, purl, bind off, and read a knitting pattern. More experienced knitters will have fun learning how to make a pair of mittens. With a short devotional before each class, everyone is guaranteed to have a great time of learning, fellowship, support and fun.
Cost: $20.00 (All supplies provided for beginning knitters). No cost for knitters who bring their own supplies.
Supplies For Scarf: 2 skeins of worsted weight yarn and size 7, 24-inch circular needle.
Supplies For Mittens: 1 to 2 skeins of worsted weight yarn and size 6 to 7 40-inch+ circular needle for magic looping.
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.
- Phones, Tablets, and Computers - Oh My...
Phones, Tablets, and Computers – Oh My…
Parenting in the technology age: A Love and Logic approach. Today’s parents face difficult challenges with technology interfering with every aspect of life for both the parents and the child. Join us in this discussion-based class as we look at how much screen time is too much; safety; and impact on physiology, psychology, and socially.
Debbie is a licensed professional counselor with a private practice in Edmond. She works primarily with couples and relationships. She also has experience working with adolescents, parenting, anxiety, and depression. She owns Counseling Associates of Edmond and has 20 years of experience in the counseling profession. She and her husband, Greg, have been married 45 years and enjoy time with family, especially three grandchildren.
- 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 and Youth
- Toy Bible Stories - Toys Can Teach Us About Serving God
Toy Bible Stories – Toys Can Teach Us About Serving God (K-5th Grade)
Taylor Easttom | firstname.lastname@example.org
All kids love toys. Most toy boxes are full of many different toys. We like to play with different toys for different reasons, but they are all used for one main purpose: to play. All through the Bible God used very different people to carry out his main purpose: to let the world know who God is and how much He loves us. These lessons will use common toys to teach kids Bible stories about very different people in the Bible who all have something to teach us about living out God’s main purpose.
Youth (6-12th Grades)
Sarah Cohea | email@example.com
Middle school and high school are some of the most critical times in our life and faith journey as we explore new ideas, face new challenges, and begin to confirm our beliefs about God and the world. Join us on Wednesday nights for worship, games, Bible Study, and a lot of fun growing in faith together.
Disciple Bible Studies Edmond (Classes start week of September 9)
- Disciple I Fast Track: Becoming Disciples Through Bible Study
Disciple I Fast Track: Becoming Disciples Through Bible Study
Sharon McElroy and Sarah Cohea
Tuesdays Noon – 1:15 p.m. | Room 132
This 24-week 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.
- Disciple IV: Under the Tree of Life
Disciple IV: Under the Tree of Life
Troy Reavis | Tuesdays 6:30 – 7:45 p.m. | Room 132
This 24-week 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 these 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.
Edmond Weekday Classes
- Men’s Bible Study
Men’s Bible Study
Mondays 7 a.m. | Panera Bread 1472 Bryant Ave.
Rev. Josh Attaway | firstname.lastname@example.org
Men face unique challenges – juggling roles at home, 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.
- Women’s Bible Study
Women’s Bible Study
Christy Coe | Wednesdays 9:30 – 11 a.m. | Room 132
Finding a place to join with other like-minded women and grow in faith together is an essential need for all. Join us on Wednesday mornings as we study the scriptures, laugh, share life, and support one another. 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!
- Mom Core
Thursdays 9:30 – 11:30 a.m. | Worship Center
Sarah Cohea | email@example.com
Momming is hard! You don’t have to walk this incredible, crazy and oftentimes overwhelming journey alone. Join us for fellowship, encouragement, and inspiration on Thursdays, starting September 12. We explore parenting, marriage, and spiritual topics through video curriculum as well as guest speakers with discussion guided by more experienced mentor moms. Coffee, childcare, and laughs are always free; optional breakfast available for $5.
- Under Construction - Building Men of God
Under Construction – Building Men of God
Fridays 7 – 7:45 a.m. | Room 132
Rev. Josh Attaway | firstname.lastname@example.org
Men of all ages are invited to grow in their faith as this group focuses on how to become better husbands and fathers.
- Close Ties
Sunday 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+.
- Holy Seekers
Karen Littlefield | firstname.lastname@example.org
Holy Seekers is a mixed group of couples and singles ages 50+. We take turns selecting and presenting lessons or devotionals and meet in members’ homes. We always have an open chair for someone new!
Sunday 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.
- Just for Fun
Just for Fun
Ladies of all ages are invited to take part in the Just for Fun Community Group. This group is exactly what it sounds like – a group all about having fun together! This group meets to enjoy various fun activities and field trips each month.
- Ladies Night Out
Ladies Night Out
Laura Manwell | firstname.lastname@example.org
Ladies of all ages are welcome to enjoy a night out with food, fun, and fellowship! Meetings are held the 3rd Tuesday of each month at 6:30 p.m. at a different local restaurant.
- Mommy and Me
Mommy and Me
Taylor Easttom | email@example.com
Because moms have a hard job, we want to create a time for you to have fun with your kids and meet other moms! This is a great opportunity for moms with kids to enjoy fellowship together.
Sunday 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.
Victoria Woods | email@example.com
Seekers is a very diverse group of fun adults, both single and married, with ages ranging from late 20’s up to 78! We have group discussions of the world’s religions based on our current video series or book selection. Feel free to join us, we always keep an empty chair to fill!
- Edmond Campus
Dinner is served from 5:15 – 6:15 p.m.
Cost is $5 for adults and free for children under 12. Cash, check, or credit cards are accepted.
Weekly menu is listed below:
September 11 – BBQ beef and pork, potato salad, coleslaw, beans rolls, cookies
September 18 – Chicken Alfredo, Italian sausage with marinara, salad, breadsticks, cookies
September 25 – Chicken and beef tacos, Mexican rice, beans, chips, queso, salsa, cookies
October 2 – Chicken teriyaki, sweet and sour pork and chicken, veggie fried rice, Asian salad, egg rolls, cookies
October 9 – Fried chicken, mashed potatoes, green beans, salad, rolls, cookies
October 16 – Hamburger and chicken sliders, bacon, cheese, chips, cookies
October 23 – Meatloaf, scalloped potatoes, roasted veggies, rolls, cookies
October 30 – Fall Festival – hot dogs and hamburgers, chips, cookies