adult ministries

adult ministries at st. luke's

  • sunday school

    Adult Sunday School meets at 9:45am each Sunday. There is a class for you! Sunday school is a place to grow as a disciple, and meet new people. For more information about our Sunday school classes contact Kimberly Reeves by email or call 432-694-2571. For information on our current Sunday school classes, click here.

  • donuts & divinity-Men's bible study

    This Bible study is for men of all ages! The group meets on Tuesdays from 7:00-8:00am. The class begins with fellowship, donuts, and coffee. Fellowship is followed with a 30 minute bible study that is based off of a 4-6 week series. Contact Chris Vaught with any questions.

  • the nest- mom's with young children

    The Nest is a ministry for mom's with young children. Join us as we support each other through this crazy journey called motherhood! We meet from 9:30-10:30am every Monday during the school year. For the summer, we will be having scheduled play dates off site. Contact Amy Hughes for more information.



  • Wednesday Night's at St. Luke's

    Each Wednesday night during the school year, a meal is served from 5:00-6:00pm in the Fellowship Hall. The pricing is as follows:

    Adults - $7 Seniors (62+) - $6 Children (Under 12) - $4 Family - $22


    After the meal, classes are held for children, youth, and adults from 6:00-6:50pm.

    • SDG Kids (2nd-5th Graders) Choir Room
    • Crossroads 1 (3-4year olds) Music
    • Youth Bible Study
    • Bridge and 42 Room 205
    • Needleworks Room 210



    Covenant Groups: Sign up here


    Wednesday Night Adult Offerings

    6:00 - 6:45pm

    Session I- Covenant Groups

    Begins January 17, Covenant Discipleship groups are where Christians "watch over one another in love" by giving each other a weekly compass heading. If you have ever used a compass you know that, when used with a map, a compass will point in the direction you need to travel in order to reach your destination. Occasionally, life and the world put obstacles and choices in our way that cause us to get off course. This is why it’s important to frequently check our map and compass so that we can get back on course and make progress towards our destination.

    The goal of discipleship is to become fully the human beings God created us to be, in the image and likeness of Jesus Christ. Our map is the Scriptures which contain the teachings of Jesus Christ, summarized by him in Mark 12:30-31

    … you shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your mind, and with all your strength. … you shall love your neighbor as yourself.



    For questions, contact Kimberly Reeves.




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