Answers to the most asked questions about small groups & community groups at St. Luke's.
- How can I be a part of a small group at St. Luke's?
There are a variety of small groups offered throughout the week and on Sundays. To find yours, please visit the Ministries page to see a list of available groups.
Looking to get involved in a new community group? Twice a year, St. Luke’s hosts an event called Group Link that lasts four weeks at both the Downtown and Edmond Campuses. Group Link will give you a taste of what it’s like to be part of a small group and get you acquainted with others looking to grow in faith. Watch for announcements for the next Group Link event!
- When do small groups meet?
Groups meet at a variety of times throughout the week and on Sundays. For a complete list of current small groups, visit the Ministries page.
- Is childcare available while I attend my small group?
Several, but not all, of the small groups at St. Luke’s have childcare available during meeting times. For more detailed information about a particular small group, contact Beth Armstrong (Downtown Campus) or Rev. Josh Attaway (Edmond Campus).
- How can I start a new small group at St. Luke's?
We welcome new groups to start throughout the year! While many form during the Group Link events each spring and fall, starting a small group can happen at any point.
Please contact Beth Armstrong if you have an idea for a new small group!
Group Leader FAQs
Answers to questions for group leaders.
- Where can I find a list of curriculum available for my group?
- How can I check out curriculum for the curriculum library?
- Is it okay for my group to do a study that is not a part of the St. Luke's curriculum library?
Your group is welcome to use curriculum sourced outside of St. Luke’s! Please share with us the lessons your group is using. We would love to review it with you and see if it is something we should add to our library for other groups to utilize as well.