Downtown Campus

The following classes will meet in person at the Downtown Campus at 6:30 p.m.
222 NW 15th Street, Oklahoma City, OK 73103

Great Mysteries: What can we know about the unknowable? | Rev. Wendy Lambert | Sanctuary

Is it possible to know what life after death is like? What is the unforgivable sin and should we be worried? What is the Trinity and how can we better understand God in three persons? What are the “end times” and what can we know about them if even Jesus doesn’t know the day or hour when they will occur? In this study we will examine some of the deeper questions of our faith.

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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. She is celebrating 14 years of ministry at St. Luke’s.

Forgiveness: Finding Peace Through Letting Go | Rev. Dave Poteet | Fellowship Hall

In a time where we struggle with right relationships in our families and in our communities and country we need to know how to forgive and be forgiven.  We hold onto grudges that weigh us down and destroy our souls.  Using a book by Adam Hamilton about forgiveness…Rev. Dave Poteet will lead us on a four-week journey inviting you to think about the people or groups of people you need to forgive or be forgiven.

Dave is the Pastor of Congregational Care at St. Luke’s and has served St. Luke’s twice during his ministry. He served for five years at St. Luke’s after graduation from Perkins School of Theology, then helped plant BridgeView UMC in Norman in 2000 and returned to St. Luke’s in 2010. Dave is married to Kelly and they have six children between them and three grandchildren.

Knit, Crochet, and More – Knit One, Give Two | Gallery

This group is focused on knitting, crocheting, and other craft projects. Many in our group make beautiful prayer shawls, which the Care Team gives to those who are ill or grieving. Bring your craft project and join us. All skill levels welcome.  This class is group-led.

Thrive Youth | Youth Room 216

6th-12th grade youth will come to enjoy fun, fellowship, and a time to connect spiritually.  We will meet in the youth rooms at each campus for games, fellowship and a Bible-based lesson and discussion each week. All planned and led activities will respect levels of comfort with social distancing as we seek to spread joy, community, and kindness with each other!

Children K - 5th Grade

This summer we will be learning about different lessons that Jesus taught us so we can better serve him.  Kids will have fun playing games, enjoying fellowship, and learning a Bible-based lesson each week.

Nursery - Birth to 4-year-olds

Nursery is available for those attending classes in person.

Edmond Campus

The following classes will meet in person at the Edmond Campus at 6:30 p.m.
900 N. Sooner Road, Edmond, OK 73034

A Range of Emotions | Rev. Josh Attaway | Worship Center

Facing a global pandemic, economic turmoil, record unemployment rates, and racial divides can lead to a wide range of emotions – from anger and sorrow to gratitude and praise.  All of these emotions are biblical and part of our faith tradition.  This class will take an in-depth look at the Psalms to see the ways Psalms were written for all different life circumstances and see how these messages of our faith still speak to our lives today.

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Josh 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, adventure, and spending time with his new daughter, Lucy.

In Knit | Jane Rose’ | Narthex

This group is focused on knitting, crocheting, and other craft projects.  You can be InKnit for knitting, relaxation, learning something for the first time, fun, and fellowship.  Bring your own project and join us.  All skill levels welcome.

Jan Rosé 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.

Thrive Youth | Youth Room

6th-12th grade youth will come to enjoy fun, fellowship, and a time to connect spiritually.  We will meet in the youth rooms at each campus for games, fellowship and a Bible-based lesson and discussion each week. All planned and led activities will respect levels of comfort with social distancing as we seek to spread joy, community, and kindness with each other!

Children K - 5th Grade

This summer we will be learning about different lessons that Jesus taught us so we can better serve him.  Kids will have fun playing games, enjoying fellowship, and learning a Bible-based lesson each week.

Nursery - Birth to 4-year-olds

Nursery is available for those attending classes in person.

Online Classes

The following classes are available online Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m.

Great Mysteries: What can we know about the unknowable? | Rev. Wendy Lambert | Live Streamed

Is it possible to know what life after death is like? What is the unforgivable sin and should we be worried? What is the Trinity and how can we better understand God in three persons? What are the “end times” and what can we know about them if even Jesus doesn’t know the day or hour when they will occur? In this study we will examine some of the deeper questions of our faith.

>> Click Here to Watch Live

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. She is celebrating 14 years of ministry at St. Luke’s.

A Range of Emotions | Rev. Josh Attaway | Live Streamed

Facing a global pandemic, economic turmoil, record unemployment rates, and racial divides can lead to a wide range of emotions – from anger and sorrow to gratitude and praise.  All of these emotions are biblical and part of our faith tradition.  This class will take an in-depth look at the Psalms to see the ways Psalms were written for all different life circumstances and see how these messages of our faith still speak to our lives today.

>> Click Here to Watch Live

Josh 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, adventure, and spending time with his new daughter, Lucy.

Anxious for Nothing | Rev. Connie Barnett | Zoom Meeting

We will explore God’s treatment plan for anxiety found in Philippians 4:4-8.  We will follow this prescription – celebrating God’s goodness, asking for his help, leaving our concerns with him, and meditating on good things while experiencing God’s peace.  A peace that will help us reframe the way we look at our fears.  Anxiety is a part of life, however, it doesn’t have to dominate our lives. We will discover a life of calm and develop tools for combating the onslaught of anxiety.

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Meeting ID: 833 7373 9676
Password: 759232

Married to her husband Dennis for 39 years this coming September.  They have two adult daughters, Stacey and Michelle and one grandson Will.  Moved to OKC from Ponca City 16 years ago, member of St. Luke’s for 14 years.  Worked in the Board of Ordained Ministry department at the Oklahoma Methodist Conference Office, retiring in 2016. Attended The Bi-Vocational Academy for Local Pastors receiving her license in 2015 and appointed to St. Luke’s Asbury Campus in November 2015. Connie enjoys spending time with her family, RVing, and golf.

Living with Losses: How to adapt to a new “normal" | Debbie Moore | Zoom Meeting

Six months ago would you have believed it if I told you we were going to be living in a pandemic and there would be millions out of work, the stock market was up and down on a dime and in the midst of it all we are addressing major racial issues? Many people are experiencing chronic grief and anxiety with all the unknowns out there.  Loss of jobs, loss of income, potentially loss of friends or family members due to Covid 19, loss of freedom to live as we did just a few months ago and loss of peace and security in losing our “normal”.

Come and join me as we discuss how all of this has impacted all of us and what we can do to adapt and continue to live the life God wants for us.  This is a class that will involve voluntary discussion.  I will open a topic each week and we will see where we go.  I hope you will join me.

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Meeting ID: 879 1996 6211
Password: 617210

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 and anxiety and depression.  She owns Counseling Associates of Edmond and has 23 years of experience in the counseling profession.  She and her husband, Greg have been married 46 years and enjoy time with family, especially four grandchildren.

QPR - Suicide Prevention Training (1 Night Class) | Rev. Mary Gaudreau Hughes, LPC | Zoom Meeting

QPR stands for Question, Persuade, and Refer – the 3 simple steps anyone can learn to help save a life from suicide.  Just as people trained in CPR and the Heimlich Maneuver help save thousands of lives each year, people trained in QPR learn how to recognize the warning signs of a suicide crisis and how to question, persuade, and refer someone to help.

Each week will be an individual 90-minute course offered online through Zoom.  You will only attend one of the four sessions.  Each session is limited to 8 participants.  Reliable internet connection and a video and audio enabled device are required.  Once you register for the week you would like to attend you will receive the information to join the class on Zoom.

With limited participants, zoom meeting information will be sent to those that register.

Rev. Mary Gaudreau Hughes, LPC is an ordained United Methodist deacon, licensed professional counselor, and nationally known disaster response specialist with 25 years’ experience working national and locally in crisis and disaster response. She serves as the Executive Director for Crisis Care Ministries and is a regional team leader for the Oklahoma Medical Reserve Corps’ Stress Response Team.  Mary attends the St. Luke’s Edmond Campus.

Digging in to Hymns | Logan Fish | Zoom Meeting

Come on a musical journey through the hymns of our faith with Logan Fish. In the class we will learn the history behind some famous hymns; learn where the melodies came from, and how they have changed over time; and read the scriptures on which these hymns are based, followed by a moment for prayer. This will be a great time to re-discover some great music!

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Meeting ID: 886 6990 3376
Password: 074308

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.

Art for Families | Julie Robinson and Cathy Sabin | Zoom Meeting

Many families have been spending even more time around each other at home than normal.  Are you looking for some fun things to do together as a family at home?  Join us for this class to learn some great art projects, make the most of family time together, and make something beautiful.

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Meeting ID: 938 7933 3881
Password: 4y8JfJ

Yoga with Tisha | Tisha Tate Garcia | Zoom Meeting

Join Tisha Tate Garcia for a relaxing chair yoga class.  Chair yoga is a terrific way to experience all the benefits of yoga: deeper sleep, improved flexibility, better posture, along with a sense of calm and well-being, just to name a few.  The focus for our time together will be to feel better in our bodies and more peaceful in our minds.  This class is accessible to all levels of physical activity and you only need a chair.  Join by zoom or by dialing 732-434-3899 to participate by phone.

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Meeting ID: 865 2897 1141
Password: 8RRvW3

Tisha is a speaker and teacher who creates space for people to slow down, let go, and “come home” to themselves through breath, movement, and inspiration. She brings her inclusive philosophy of “yoga for everyone and every body” to her yoga classes.

Special Class Times

These classes meet at times outside of Wednesday Nights.

Financial Planning During COVID-19 | Rev. Phil Greenwald | (Individual Consultations)

Has COVID affected your financial situation?  Whether you are dealing with a change in income, how to spend your stimulus check, or watching your stock portfolio fluctuate, your church family wants to be supportive.  Using the principles of Financial Peace, Phil Greenwald and members of the church who deal with finances every day will be scheduling online or in-person consultations for up to one hour for any individual or family who would like a financial “check-up” as we move through this unprecedented time.  The primary goal of each consultation will be to provide encouragement, insights, ideas and tools for you to use as you address your financial situation.

Phil is a native of western New York and a lifelong Methodist. After graduating from Messiah College with a B.A. in psychology, Phil worked at First UMC in Tulsa and First UMC in Duncan. He is a certified United Methodist Church Administrator and a Fellow in Church Business Administration. Phil is an ordained Deacon in the United Methodist Church, having completed seminary studies at SMU’s Perkins School of Theology and Asbury Seminary. Phil married Stephanie (Scraper) in 2000. They have two daughters, Kalli and Tori, and live in Moore. Phil enjoys golf, travel, reading, and the OKC Thunder.

Connections Class | On Demand

Are you new to St. Luke’s and want to learn more about who we are as a family of faith and how you can find your place?  During this class we will discuss Methodism, St. Luke’s history, connection opportunities, and much more.  This class will be offered through on-demand videos that will be released each Wednesday evening at 6:30, but you’re welcome to watch them at any time that is convenient for you.

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