October 31st-November 21st

Appomattox to Selma:

The Episcopal Church on the road to social justice

Join Bryan Gonzalez for a history class that will explore the Episcopal Church’s role in, and relationship to, social justice from the end of the Civil War to the beginning of the March on Selma. This history will both inspire and challenge us as we look at the Church both at the national and regional level through the lens of our Baptismal Covenant. There is no required reading for the class, though recommendations for further learning will be provided at the end of each class.


10 AM in the Small Conference Room

The Rev. Irv Cutter leads a series intended for people new to the Episcopal Church. We’ll cover the basics of our Episcopal identity: our history, our understanding of worship, how we view God, and what we have in common with other denominations. We’ll look at life here at St. Luke’s Church. Our hope is that participants have a sense of how the Holy Spirit is moving in their lives here at St. Luke’s.


Luke’s Men Bible Study

Second and Fourth Tuesdays of the month 7:30-8:15 am. Luke’s Men are currently meeting over Zoom. Contact: Charles John

Wednesday Morning Bible Study

Wednesdays at 11 am currently meeting on Zoom.
This Bible Study focuses on reading the bible one book at a time as a group.
Contact: Diane Thrush

Thursday Meditation Group

Thursdays at 9 am currently meeting on Zoom.
Come learn, explore, and practice spiritual meditation. The time is split between 30 minutes of learning/discussion and 30 minutes of meditation.
Contact: Gretchen Bealer

Young Adult Small Group

Join our Young(ish) Adult Small Group on the 1st Tuesday of each month on Zoom for fellowship and fun, the start time varies but they will send out reminders via text! They also meet up in person every 3rd Tuesday of the month for Happy Hour! Email for more information!