St. Luke's Learning Communities
"Learning Communities" are group opportunities of various sizes and offered to share the basics of who we are called to be as followers of Jesus at St. Luke’s. These classes will be taught by pastors or lay people who have expertise and passion around their particular topic. Learning Communities are a great way to engage for the first time if you are new to St. Luke’s or can be helpful to those just wanting a "refresher."
Registration is not required for Learning Communities unless specifically noted on the descriptions below.
"The Bible in Twelve Words with Pastor Bill": Attend worship weekly this fall to experience “The Bible in Twelve Words.” Pastor Bill will teach on one word per week that encapsulates a major theme of the scriptures from Genesis to Revelation as well as addresses how we can interpret and understand the Bible today. He also teaches an hour long, weekly group on Thursday evenings beginning September 8 from 6:30 - 7:30 p.m. in B209 called “Exegesis” that will explore each theme in greater depth.
If you don’t have a Bible, pick one up for free at either of the Service Stations in Building C!
"Why I'm a United Methodist at St. Luke’s": Find out what makes St. Luke’s unique and what shapes the ministry of our congregation along with what it means to be United Methodist. Pastor Bill, Lynette Fields, Executive Director of Servant Ministry will each lead one of the three sessions.
Thursday, October 6, 13, and 20; 7:30 - 8:30 p.m.; Room B203. Go to Growth Groups page to sign up.
Mission 101: Attend our Second Sunday Mission 101. A one-hour overview course to learn more about how and where we serve both locally and globally. October 9, November 13, December 11 at 11:00 a.m. or 12:00 noon, Room C201. Go to Growth Groups page to sign up.