Winter/Spring Adult Education Offerings
Join us as we study God’s word together in an upcoming Bible study. There are several options, including different days and times to accommodate all schedules. More information is available on the Saint Luke’s website.
Rector’s Bible Studies
The Rector’s Men’s and Women’s Bible Studies: This semester in the Rev. Richmond R. Webster’s lecture-based Bible study, we will explore the teachings of Jesus through the eyes of John’s Gospel.
- Wednesdays at 7:00 a.m. (Men’s Bible Study & Breakfast)
- Thursdays at 10:30 a.m. (Women’s Bible Study- Youth Commons)
No Other Gods: The Unrivaled Pursuit of Christ
Meets Monday evenings at 5:30 p.m. in the Tilson Room
We will study the book of Ruth from the Old Testament. It will be a 7 week study and go till March 13. The study is written by Kelly Minter and she will examine Ruth’s journey of unbearable loss, redeeming love and divine legacy. Also she will trace the shadows of Jesus, the Messiah to come on Ruth’s story. Please come join us on this journey. Study begins January 23. Led by Patty Gilbert, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pondering Scripture: A Study of The Gospel of John
Meets Mondays at 9:30 a.m. in Tilson Room
We gather to gain a deeper understanding of scripture with teaching, discussion, and prayer. Beginning in January we will study the Gospel of John. This group is open to all ages and life stages, and newcomers are welcome at any time. Led by Sandy Porter: email@example.com or 205-802-6207. All are welcome.
Women’s Bible Study: The Armor of God
Meets Wednesday mornings from 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. in the Tilson Room
Beginning January 18th, all women are invited to join us for a 7 week study as we gather together to discuss the book, The Armor of God by Priscilla Shriver. If you are unable to meet in-person every Wednesday, catch up with the video portion of the study. Jesus defeated every enemy when He died on the cross and conquered the grave three days later. It is from confidence in His victory that we can put on the full armor of God and stand firm in our daily battles. Community starts here. Come visit. We’re looking forward to meeting you! Please contact Jennifer Coltharp or Stacie Tubb to signup or for more information firstname.lastname@example.org
Monday Morning Men’s Coffee
Meets Mondays at 8 a.m. in the Founders Room
Join The Rev. David Hall for fellowship, coffee, and the opportunity to solve the problems of the world on Monday mornings. All are welcome, come any time! For more information, email the Rev. David Hall at email@example.com.
Making Room: Allowing God’s Love to Grow in Us
Meets Wednesdays at 1:30 p.m. in Founders Room
How do we prevent our faith from becoming stagnant? How can we make more room for the Holy Spirit within us so that we may continue to grow in the grace and knowledge of our Lord Jesus Christ? (2 Peter 3:18) Join us as we look at scripture lessons that encourage us to deepen our relationship with God. This group is open to all ages and life stages, and newcomers are welcome at any time. Led by Sandy Porter: firstname.lastname@example.org or 205-802-6207. All are welcome.
We believe God created us to live in relationship with others. Sharing life through community can create meaningful relationships that aren’t always easy to find. Join us on Sundays in the fall during the Sunday School hour at 10 a.m. for one of the following offerings:
Jericho Road: Living Water
Meets in Graham Hall
Many of us want to read the Bible, but we just don’t know how. As a result, we stick with cherished stories or phrases while another thousand pages goes unread and unloved. This semester, under the theme of living water, we will explore God’s Holy Word, seldom encountered people and corners of Scripture to find stories with remarkable application and relevance for us today. This study meets in person on Sunday mornings during the 10 o’clock fellowship hour. In addition, the study releases every Monday morning via the Saint Luke’s podcast. To listen, simply search Saint Luke’s Episcopal Church or Jericho Road on your apple podcast app. To receive emails specific to this semester’s Jericho Road study, please contact email@example.com.
Meets in Founders Room
The Travelers are studying the book of Mark. Every class stands alone and everyone is welcome no matter the age. There is a study book available by Sinclair Ferguson, if you choose to use one, but the teachings are based on small scripture samples and we try to apply to every day life to grow our faith. So take heart , come to our class and see and experience. Great fellowship. Contact Pat King, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Young Adult Fellowship Group
Meets in Tilson Room
Contact William Boyles, email@example.com.
The group will study “How to (re)Engage with Scripture and Worship, through the Book of Hebrews.” Contact William Boyles, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Meets in the Multi-purpose Room (212)
All are welcome for Bible-based study and discussion. Led by Rhea and George Pelekis, email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. No registration required!
Fellowship groups are volunteer led by parishioners at Saint Luke’s. If you are interested in leading a group, please contact us at email@example.com and we are happy to help you.
Questions? Contact Kate Clinton
A Gospel Hope: Loving Your Neighbor as Yourself
Meets in Room 214
The Gospel is good news for all persons. It offers not only hope for the disenfranchised, but a model for responsible everyday living. In this class, based on the more comprehensive material from the Episcopal Church’s Sacred Ground, we will discuss that history. All perspectives are invited to this class. Class co-leaders Mark LaGory and Kammie Kasten