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, January 13.
Please See sign-up sheet in the parish hall to suggest a topic and request a date. Upcoming topics include:
-“What Anglicans Believe about the Five Solae of the Reformation”
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, January 9. Next study: “The 7 Churches of the Apocalypse: Christ’s Judgment of Church Fidelity & Vitality from Revelation 2 & 3”
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”, reconvenes on January 10.
Books are still available for purchase in the parish office. Please see Mrs. Anita Trout for details.