We are always seeking to deepen our faith, theological understanding, and grasp of Scripture. At St. Luke’s, there is a learning opportunity for people of all ages and levels of interest. For more information about any of these classes or programs, please contact us.



This weekly class is held in the Parish Hall from 9:00 a.m. to 9:45 a.m. on Sundays.

A series will usually last for about four Sundays, but drop-ins are always welcome. Topics range from introductory theology to world religions, the prayerbook, spirituality, Christian tradition, and history. Class is discussion based, and people of all backgrounds and experience are welcome.


Sacred Page Reading Group

Sacred Page is a regular study and discussion group that meets to discuss a spiritual book or passage of Scripture. The group meets weekly for exploration and discussion. Sacred Page books have included The Doors of the Sea: Where Was God in the Tsunami? by David Bentley Hart and The Screwtape Letters by C.S. Lewis. Check our announcements to see what we’re currently reading. 



Education for Ministry (EFM) is a four-year course in theology, Scripture, and church history. Classes are based on small-group study and practice. Because classes run on a one-year cycle, the class is open for enrollment only once a year. Enrollment in EFM at St. Luke’s will open in the fall. For more information, visit the EFM website.