We believe that Christian formation is a life-long process that nurtures us intellectually and spiritually, equipping us to live out our baptismal promises.
Join us as we study The Life and Writings of C.S. Lewis. ( A Great Courses Program)
Check the church calendar on the main page for dates.
Lewis came to Christanity after first declaring that he was an atheist, and then a deist: his own spiritual struggles inform and enlighten his work. He wrote not so much for the academic world of scholars, but in language and imagery that captivates everyday readers. Check calendar for date of next meeting.
Millie Pease leads our Sunday School We believe that each child is born with an natural spiritually and has much to contribute to our church community. Our children meet each Sunday at 10:00 for Sunday school. They return at the peace with their teacher to the church where they join their family to share Holy Communion with the congregation. Our children are encouraged to take an active part in the service. -
St Luke's has a free lending library for both children and adults. Come take a look
This year we are featuring books by C.S. Lewis
Other books you may barrow are:
" A Treasury of Anglican Art."
"The Gospel of Mary Magdalene."
"How the Bible Became a Book."
The Saint Who Would Be Santa Claus."
"A Seat At The Table."
"Approaching The Quran."
Books from the Church's Teaching Series.