At St. Luke, we place great emphasis on being formed in our Anglican Catholic Faith as disciples of Jesus Christ. We believe that formation is a life-long process that we must carry out through listening, reading, and praying–both as a parish community and individually. Here are the current programs being offered at St. Luke:
Sunday Adult Forum: Sundays @9:30 am
The “Why Anglicans” interactive catechesis program. For all enquirers, both visitors and long-time communicants. Sunday Adult Forum reconvenes on Sunday, September 9.
Please See sign-up sheet in the parish hall to suggest a topic and request a date. Upcoming topics include:
-“Why Anglicans permit the marriage of clergy”
-“Why Anglicans interpret the Bible according the Fourfold Meaning of Scripture”
Facilitated by Fr. Daniel Trout and Ms. Naomi Williams.
Bible Study: Wednesdays @7:00 pm
Follows Evening Prayer @6:30 p.m. SUPPER INCLUDED! Located in the Holy Cross Parish Hall.
Bible Study resumes Wednesday, September 12. Next study: “Perseverance & Apocalypse in 2 St. Peter.”
Inquirers/Confirmation Class: 1st & 3rd Thursdays @7:00 pm
An introduction to Traditional Anglican Christianity: its history, religious & spiritual practice, and doctrinal & moral teaching–with Fr. Daniel Trout. A recommended course for inquirers desiring to learn about orthodox Anglicanism or confirmans seeking full communicant status in the Anglican Catholic Church. SUPPER INCLUDED!
Ladies’ Fellowship Study: 2nd & 4th Thursdays @12:15 pm
Follows the Holy Eucharist @11:30 a.m. Located in the Holy Cross Parish Hall. LUNCH INCLUDED!
A study of the book of Job, exploring the topic of “redemptive suffering”, begins on September 27.
Please RSVP at the parish office by September 13 if you wish to purchase a book.