ST LUKE’S EPISCOPAL CHURCH ZOOM PORTAL

Managing work, church, and
school zoom information can be overwhelming.

We’re here to help! All the links for Sunday School, Adult Formation, and ministry groups are listed below.
 
 

Easter Book Club

The Home Brewed Christianity Guide to the Old Testament gives an approachable view of Hebrew scripture, without sacrificing good biblical scholarship. It is especially for those who are comfortable with holy and fun irreverence. 

We will learn about the Old Testament, our loving God, and ourselves through our discussions.

All are welcome, even if you haven’t read for the week! The book can be purchased here: https://www.amazon.com/Homebrewed-Christianity-Guide-Testament-Your-Face/dp/1506406351

Or if you need a copy contact the church office. Let Reagan know if you have any questions. This is a Zoom only class.

Hope to see you there! 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

ADULT FORMATION 

Episcopal 101
Confirmation Class

February 21st-April 25th
10 am – 10:45 am
This class isn’t just for New Comers or those interested in Confirmation, but is open to any and all who would like to learn more or refresh their knowledge about the church and the Episcopal tradition. This will be a hybrid in-person and Zoom class.
 
 
 

Class Resources

POWERPOINTS
 
2/28—The Book of Common Prayer: Theology and Practical Use
BCP Theology and Use
 
3/7—Liturgy and Worship
 
3/14—Sacraments: Baptism
 
3/21—Sacraments: Eucharist
3/28—Signs and Symbols: The Five Minor Sacraments
 
4/11—The Anglican Communion and The Episcopal Church (TEC)
 
4/18—The Diocese and the Local Parish
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

4th & 5th Grade

Sunday School begins at 10 am.
The 4th and 5th grade class will continue meeting via Zoom.
 
 
 

Middle School

On Zoom at 10 am.
 
We are producing a podcast as our spring project this year! You will have a chance to interview your friends about living in the time of COVID. There are lots of steps along the way to a finished product:
You will have a say in what the podcast is called.
  • You will have a say in what music is played during the podcast.
  • You will get to have a say about how the sound is edited for the final podcast.
  • You will have a say in the “cover art” that will accompany the podcast.
Never heard a podcast? There are youth podcasts (not just where youth are the target audience, but where youth actually produce the podcast) that are generally available. Two groups that regularly produce high quality podcasts are: Dayton Youth Radio and WUNC Youth Podcast.
We are at the early planning stages. Get in on the ground floor!
 
PASSWORD: SLEC21
 

High School

Students are invited to participate in the podcast project above. However, keep an eye out for a new opportunity on Sundays. Coming Soon!
 
 
 
WATCH AT ANY TIME 
Family Chapel, Storytime 
& Godly Play
 
 
 
 
In inclement weather Family Chapel
will be on Zoom at 10 am.
 
Passcode: 446844
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Holy Baptism was written by Jerome Berryman for Godly Play Resources and published by Church Publishing Inc. The story is told by Suzanna Green of St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in San Antonio, TX.