Make Your Own Musical Summer Workshop

Make your own musical at Poteet Theatre this summer! Enroll your child for a musical workshop for curious first-timers and experienced theater performers. Week 1 is June 3 – 7 (for ages 6 – 12) and week 2 is June 10 – 14 (for ages 9 – 18). The camp will be from 10 a.m .- 4 p.m. – Monday – Fridayand costs $200 for the week ($175 if signing up multiple children). Each day of the Make Your Own Musical Camp will include prayer, vocal warm-ups, focus training, and fun games! Everyone will be working with the Camp Director, Haley Jane Pierce, who recently directed the musical Annie at the Poteet Theatre. Campers will get to perform their show at the end of the week for their family and friends.Details & Registration

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Guest Speaker: Darryl Burton

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How does someone find peace and forgiveness after being wrongfully imprisoned for 24 years? You won’t want to miss Bob and Wendy’s “Wednesday Night Alive” class on October 9 at 6:30 p.m. in the Downtown Sanctuary. The special guest speaker will be Darryl Burton, who was in prison from 1984-2009 on a charge of capital murder. He spent many of those days in the prison law library, dedicated to proving his innocence. However, it wasn’t until he allowed Christ into his life that he began to experience a change. Darryl discovered that anger and hate can be another prison, and that Jesus said we must love our enemies, pray for them, and forgive them. Darryl was exonerated in 2008, and is now an associate pastor at Church of the Resurrection in Kansas City. You will be inspired through his powerful message of “Hope and Forgiveness” through adversity. This event will be live streamed to the Edmond Campus Worship Center. Visit darrylburton.org to learn more.

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Edmond Men’s Under Construction

Men of all ages are invited to join the “Under Construction: Building Better Dads and Husbands” groups. These groups promote fellowship and growth with other dads and husbands.

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Men’s Community Group

How can men become better spiritual leaders at home, love their families, and manage their various roles, conflicts, and distractions? Add depth to the study […]

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The Table Sunday School Class

St. Luke’s young adults community group, The Table, is starting the new year with a new Sunday School class. Join us beginning January 14 at […]

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Spirit Sisters Bible Study

Everyone has doubts. Where is God when bad things happen? Does God hear our prayers? Is there a heaven? Often, we treat such questions as […]

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MLK Week of Service

St. Luke’s is honoring the life and legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr. with a week of service opportunities from January 14 – 20. Daily […]

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Mom’s Night Out

Moms, enjoy great food, meet new friends, and have fun at Mom’s Night Out. We’ll get together on Wednesday, January 17, from 6-8 p.m. at […]

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