St. Luke's United Methodist Church


8:00, 9:30 & 11:00 a.m. - Traditional
9:30 & 11:00 a.m. - Contemporary


4851 S. Apopka-Vineland Road
Orlando, FL 32819



St. Luke’s Youth Ministries has created a Christ Centered Community where we welcome and accept others, connect with friends, are rooted and grow in our faith and, understanding of self, and use our gifts and leadership to serve others.



Mission Statement:

St. Luke’s Youth will:

  • Embrace Life: learn to embrace life and all it has to offer, having fun, taking risks, laughing often and recognizing all of life is a gift from God.
  • Know Christ: understand their relationship and commitment to Christ
  • Own Faith: Build their faith with understanding of Creedal theology, Christian Character, Wesleyan heritage and St. Luke’s Core Values
  • Value Self: Value their sacred worth, understand their gifts, passion and leadership and be prepared with life skills and independence.
  • Be Community: create a community with one another that reflects the core values of acceptance, hospitality, interdependence and respect both within youth and school.
  • Create Change: embrace the call toward social holiness and learn and participate in asset based, partnered ministry to cultivate their call and witness. 

For more information about our Mission Statement, click here.



Sunday School | 5th– 12th Grade
9:30-10:30 AM
Students are invited to dive deeper on Sunday mornings. Meet in the Attic and then students split into groups by grade level.

  •  MERGE | 5th and 6th Grade: A collaborative ministry between Children’s and Youth Ministries designed specifically for 5th and 6th Grade where activities connect scripture with everyday life. Meet in the Attic of Building C from 9:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Email Antony Larry for more information.
  •  Middle & High School Small Group: Grow deeper in the Bible with your fellow students. Meet in the Attic of Building C from 9:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Email Brandon Sangster for more information.

High School Youth Group | 9th– 12th Grade
6:30-8:00 PM
Every Sunday night, our high school students are invited for fellowship, games, worship, and discussion on how faith impacts their lives and those around them.  Meet in the Attic.



After School Program
Students in grades 6-12 are invited to hang out, do homework, and be in community each Wednesday starting at 3:00PM.

Middle School Youth Group | 6th– 8th Grade
 and High School Small Group | 9th– 12th Grade
6:30-8:30 PM
Every Wednesday night, our middle school students are invited for fellowship, games, worship, and discussion on how faith impacts their lives and those around them.  Meet in the Attic.


Confirmation is a very important time for students to explore their own personal relationship with Christ. All students entering 8th in the Fall of 2017 through 12th grade level students are eligible to participate in the Confirmation Journey. This includes weekly teaching by our Pastors and staff, small group time for their appropriate age-level, a two day retreat to our beautiful Warren W. Willis Camp in Leesburg, a mission experience, and our Confirmation Ceremony.

We pray for your student’s preparation this summer, and hope you will begin to make plans for this wonderful experience in the fall. Each student will have an opportunity to learn and understand what it means to be a Christian, as we study the history of the church and the founders of Methodism, Scriptural truths, and our responsibilities as the body of Christ!

It is very important that students can attend the following dates:

Confirmation Schedule 2017
August 27 – Confirmation Welcome and Overview
September 10 – (Classes Cancelled Due to Hurricane Irma)
September 17 – Grace
September 24 – The Bible (And the Quadrilateral)

Confirmation Retreat (September 29-September 30)
***No Sunday Confirmation Lesson***
John Wesley
Growth of Methodism

October 8 – Mission/Service
October 15 – Make Up (Students can do lessons at home online)
October 22 – Prayer
October 29 – Worship and Service
November 5 – Communion/Sacraments
November 12 – Salvation
November 19 – Spiritual Gifts and Covenant Membership Vows (Make Up Session Due to Hurricane Irma on 9/10)



Youth Praise Band practices every Wednesday from 4:30 – 5:30 PM.  The band leads Youth worship in the Attic from 6:30 – 7 PM for Middle School Youth Group on Wednesday nights, and for High School Youth Group on Sunday nights.
Interested in leading Youth Worship for Middle School and High School.  Looking for vocalists, drummers, guitars/bass players, etc.  Contact Antony Larry with questions and to sign up.


Student Volunteer Opportunities
St. Luke’s always has opportunities for student volunteers.
Email to find out how and where you can serve

Adult Volunteer Opportunities
There are always opportunities to plug in and serve with Middle School and High School students! Weekly opportunities on Sundays and Wednesdays, as well as single events and overnight trips.
Email to find out how and where you can serve.

Summer Camps Volunteer Opportunities
Students in grades 7-12 may receive community service hours for volunteering.
Click here to register.

Want to help in worship?!
If you would like to join the youth usher/greeter team serving every 4th Sunday in Contemporary Worship, contact Andrea Whitman for more information.


Click Here to view the most recent Newsletter


If you are planning on attending an event we MUST have a recent Medical Form on file for each student. If you know that you have not completed this form you can click here to print one out:

St. Luke’s Medical Liability Release Form

Parents when registering your student for events please consider any concerns you or your student may have with an event. Please feel free to contact Email Brandon Sangster with your concerns.



Brandon Sangster, Director of Youth Ministries

Antony Larry, Associate Director of Children & Youth Ministries

Luky Nova, Administrator for Grow Ministries

The Youth Ministries offices are located on the first floor of Building C, The Attic and Youth classrooms are located on the second floor of Building C.


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