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April 25

Men’s Faith Group

How can men become better spiritual leaders at home, love our families, and manage our various roles, conflicts and distractions? Add depth to your study of the Bible, grow in your walk with Christ and tackle issues that are close to you.

April 28

Memorial Marathon

Memorial Marathon Sunday

St. Luke’s is partnering with the Oklahoma Hall of Fame on Sunday, April 28 to provide water to the runners of the half and full marathon as they run by the OK Hall of Fame at NW 14th and Shartel Ave. Volunteers are needed to hand out water to the runners and cheer them on for the final stretch.If you are running in the race, there is a special dry-fi t shirt for you and if you have a home next to the marathon, St. Luke’s has a home support kit for you.

The Downtown Campus will have two prayer services for volunteers at 7:15 and 10 a.m. as well as the Traditional Worship Service at 10:50 a.m. with Rev. Dave Poteet preaching. The Edmond Campus will have both services at 9:15 and 11 a.m. with Rev. Josh Attaway preaching and the Asbury Campus will have their service at 10:40 a.m. with Rev. Connie Barnett preaching.

Memorial Marathon Sunday Details

VolunteerGet a Host Kit | I’m a Runner

Volunteer 7 a.m. - 1 p.m., Volunteer Prayer Services: 7:15 & 10 a.m., Worship at 10:50 a.m. only

Edmond Youth Lunch Bunch

Youth Lunch Bunch

It’s time for the Youth Lunch Bunch to get together! On Sunday, April 28, right after church (from 12-2:30 p.m.), the youth will head out for lunch together at a new restaurant. It’s a great time to get connected or bring a friend! All 6th-12th grade students are invited. Simply show up, and don’t forget to bring money for lunch! We will meet in the Youth Room before leaving. For details, email Amy Givens at agivens@stlukesokc.org.

May 2

Women of Faith Bible Study

Women of all ages, enjoy a more meaningful Easter experience with a new Women of Faith Bible Study. This 8-week study will focus on a Liz Curtis Higgs’s book called, “The Women of Easter.” In it, we will meet three women in the Bible named Mary, each of whom has a life-changing encounter with Jesus. Higgs’s storytelling skills, combined with a thorough verse-by-verse study of Scripture, will engage your mind and emotions, and strengthen your faith. Starting March 28, the class will meet on Thursdays from 12-1 p.m. in the Mansion Library. Childcare is provided, lunch is $5, and the book for this study is $10 (available in Threefold). For details, email Amy Givens at agivens@stlukesokc.org or call 609-1027.

May 4

String Quartet Concert

Enjoy the beautiful sounds of the violin, viola, and cello… for free! The OCU Faculty String Quartet will be performing a recital for the community on Saturday, May 4, in the Watchorn Chapel at 7 p.m. No childcare will be available. This performance can be enjoyed by all ages. For details, email Logan Fish at LFish@stlukesokc.org or call (405) 283-2341.

May 5

St. Luke’s 130th Anniversary

It was the first Sunday after the land run of 1889 that a group of Methodists gathered together around a white flag to have a worship service. That faithful congregation has continued to share God’s love, grow in faith, and serve the community for 130 years. Make plans to be in worship, Sunday May 5, as we celebrate the many ways St. Luke’s has made a difference in Oklahoma City, Edmond, and the world.

May 10

$15.00

J. Warren Mitchell Concert

Be amazed at the raw power of the human voice. If you love music, mark your calendar to be at St. Luke’s Downtown Campus on Friday, May 10, at 7 p.m. Opera music will fill the Christian Life Center (CLC) as we welcome a young, local singer – J. Warren Mitchell – and OCU Professor Jan McDaniel on piano. Tickets can be purchased online for $15. For details, email Logan Fish at LFish@stlukesokc.org or call (405) 285-2341.

May 15

Young Adults Washington D.C. Trip

Join young adults from across all St. Luke’s campuses for a unique opportunity to learn and grow in faith on a trip to Washington D.C. from May 15-19, 2019. Dr. Bob Long, along with Marsha Long and Beth Armstrong will be hosting a group of young adults to see the renowned Museum of the Bible and other culturally significant museums and monuments in Washington D.C. The cost is $350 which covers accommodations and admittance into the museum. A deposit of $150 will reserve your spot. Flights are booked on your own. Register online, spots are limited! For more information, contact Beth Armstrong at barmstrong@stlukesokc.org.

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May 15 - 19

Washington D.C.

May 15 - 19

Washington D.C.

May 15 - 19

Washington D.C.

May 17

Parents Night Out

Downtown Parents Night Out

Parents, let St. Luke’s give you a Friday night to yourselves! The Downtown Campus is offering FREE childcare for “Parent’s Night Out” on Friday, May 17, from 6-8:30 p.m. This is for any parent with a child from infant through 5th grade. You must register online (stlukesokc.org) by May 15. For more information, email Susan Easttom at seasttom@stlukesokc.org or call (405) 609-1036. Register

May 19

Graduate Sunday 207

Graduation Sunday

To all our upcoming high school and college graduates – congratulations! St. Luke’s will be honoring everyone who is about to earn their diploma on Graduation Sunday, May 19, during all worship services. Want your graduate to be recognized? Upload their photo and information by May 12. We will be serving a free breakfast from 9-10:30 a.m. for high school seniors and families in the Downtown Campus Youth Room. For details, email Amy Givens at agivens@stlukesokc.org. Submit Info

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