Wednesdays at St. Luke’s U is a time to explore your spiritual journey, uniting with others in Christian community. Everyone is invited to join us, with programming for Children and Youth beginning after school and opportunities for group study and choir rehearsal for adults beginning after dinner.
To register for dinner, classes and childcare please see the links below.
Wednesday night dinners at St. Luke’s
Dinners are held in our new Founder’s Hall. We are so excited to have you join us!
Everyone is invited for fellowship at dinner starting at 5:30 PM and ending at 6:30 PM. We will stuff your tummies before we fill your spirits with several small group studies choices for adults and programming for children and youth.
Dinners are by reservation and the cost is $6.50 per adult (13 and up) and $5.50 per child (ages 4 to 12). Limited unreserved dinners are available each Wednesday for a cost of $7.00 per adult (13 and up) and $6.00 per child (ages 4 to 12). All reservations must be made by 12:00 PM (noon) on the Monday of the week you will be attending.
Dinner is held in the Founder’s Hall
St. Luke’s is offering a package deal for people who would like to make a weekly commitment of paying in full for Wednesday Night Dinners for April 18 to May 23
Adult prices are – $39.00/adult
Child prices are – $33.00/child (4 – 12 years old)
Dinner Menu for April 11, 2018
Hot Dog, Burger, Chicken Sandwich
Dinner Menu for April 18, 2018
Dinner Menu for April 25, 2018
Roasted Sweet Potato
Dinner Menu for May 2, 2018
ALL MEALS ARE SERVED WITH SALAD AND DESSERT.
Make your reservation for dinners now! Reservations close on the Monday of the week of the dinner at 12:00 PM .
For more information on dinners please contact James Elliot, Operations and Director of Guest Experience at ext. 215.
Exegesis with Pastor Bill
Join Pastor Bill and millions of Christians around the world in consideration of biblical texts on the journey with Christ toward the cross. Each week participants will have the opportunity to explore the context, meaning, and significance of the text–before the Sunday sermon. Allow Lent to come alive in you! Wednesdays from 7-8:30 PM in Barnes Learning Center Distance Learning Classroom.
Making Sense of the Bible with Pastor Jenn
Lent is a time to dig in to scripture, but many struggle with how to engage with the Bible. Do you wonder when and how it was written? Don’t know what to do with difficult passages of violence, suffering, creation, and sexuality? This is a study for those who love the Bible and look to it to help them find meaning and purpose for their lives. It is also a study for people who are willing to wrestle with portions of the Bible about which they have questions. Finally, it is a study for people who are largely unfamiliar with the Bible but who are curious and want to know more.
Book: Making Sense of the Bible Cost: $8
Join Pastor Jenn for six weeks of study in Barnes Learning Center Smart Classroom: 15 participant minimum
- Sundays 12 – 1:30 PM, beginning February 18
- Wednesdays 7 – 8:30 PM, beginning February 21
- Thursdays 12 – 1:30 PM, beginning February 22
Our Faith: Christianity, Wesley, and the Bible with Pastor Jad
Christianity is a personal experience–and Methodists put their own flair on it! Join Pastor Jad for a fun and dynamic look at our personal relationships with God and Christ. Discover the unique Methodist approach to Christ, the church, and the Bible. Class recommended for those participating in Project: Connect. Begins Wednesday, February 21, from 7-8:30 PM in C-201.
St. Luke’s Grow Ministries invites you to join the conversation as we strive to be a community that attracts, engages, and retains young people, ages 15-29. Rev. Melissa Cooper leads exciting conversation that will help us usher in a bright and vibrant future. Begins Wednesday, February 21, from 7-8:30 in the Sanctuary.
Book: Growing Young Cost: $10
Living the Questions with Skip Slone
Join Skip Slone asking all the questions about your faith that you’ve been too afraid to ask. Videos are led by 30 theologians and acclaimed scholars and are designed. If you are seeking to discuss your faith and what you believe and what it means to be a believer in the 21st century–this class is for you! Begins Wednesday, February 21, from 7-8:30 PM in C208.
Book: Living the Questions Cost: $10
You Lost Me
Late GenXers and early Millennials, this one is for you! Join the Roops in discussing how the church lost you and your peers. Examining myths and misunderstandings that are believed about you, discuss why you and your friends have maintained your faith at a church. Begins Wednesday, February 21, from 7-8:30 PM. in B212
Book: You Lost Me Cost: $10
Shalom sessions are designed as an opportunity for St. Lukers to share their experiences and voices as we strive to be a more diverse, inclusive, and reconciling community. This 6-week conversation stems from our desire to reach beyond the doors of our congregation and work toward being a community that reflects the full beauty of the diversity God created.
Join us in Barnes Learning Center, Distance Learning Room.
Wednesdays from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Middle School Youth Group: Students in grades 6-8 are invited for worship, games, a message, and more! Middle School Youth Group takes in the Attic every Wednesday from 6:30 – 8:30 PM.
High School Small Group: Youth in grades 9-12 are invited to join in worship from 6:30-7:00 and then break out into a small group until 8:30 p.m!
Sign in starts in the Gym of Building C at 6:15 PM.
Pick up in Building A, Room 201 beginning at 8:15 PM.