Christian Ed.


We believe that Christian formation is a life-long process that nurtures us intellectually and spiritually, equipping us to live out our baptismal promises. 

Many of us took part in the  Bishop's year long Bible Challenge.




 Millie Pease leads our Sunday School along with Lory Shaddock, and Carrie Domogalla.

We believe that each child is born with an natural spiritually and has much to contribute to our church community.  Our children meet each Sunday at 10:00  for Sunday school.   They return at the peace with their teacher to the church where they join their family to share Holy Communion with the congregation.   Our children are encouraged to take an active part in the service.  - 


Forward Movement invites individuals and congregations to explore the difficult but important issues of migration and immigration in a new, free resource, No Longer Strangers: Exploring Immigration Issues.

The downloadable booklet encourages discussion of migration and immigration through the lens of scripture and shared Christian values, presents opposing viewpoints, and invites people to talk about the issues with civility and respect. The booklet includes biblical references on hospitality, examples of migrations as they appear in the scriptures, and thought-provoking questions that can be used for both personal study and group discussion.

No Longer Strangers was developed by Forward Movement in consultation with staff from Episcopal Migrations Ministries and the Office of Government Relations of the Episcopal Church.

For a free download in English and/or Spanish, copy and paste


Free Daily Reading Via E-mail during Advent from the Living Compass.  to join copy and paste 

 Beginning December 2, 2018, and concluding on Christmas Day, you will receive an email that contains a daily reflection designed to enrich your journey through Advent. 




St Luke's has a free lending library for both children and adults.   Come take a look  


Some books you may barrow are:

" A Treasury of Anglican Art."

"The Gospel of Mary Magdalene."

"How the Bible Became a Book."

The Saint Who Would Be Santa Claus."

"A Seat At The Table."

"Approaching The Quran."

Books from the Church's Teaching Series.







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