Teaching and Learning in faith will continue to help our children navigate the world outside of our church. It is the work that God has called me to do.
A huge thank you to the volunteers and families at St. Luke’s for making this a great year for Sunday School. Please mark your calendars that Sunday, May 22 will be our last day of classes for the program year.
We’re very happy to welcome our friend Melissa Wimer back to Chicago after her year-long sojourn in the United Kingdom … and to announce that she will be heading up our Sunday morning education program for St. Luke’s children. A seasoned elementary school educator, Melissa has also taught Sunday School here at St. Luke’s and with other Lutheran congregations for many years and is a familiar face to families at St. Luke’s.
Adult Education and Faith Formation St. Luke Lutheran Church, Logan Square 9:00 am Sunday September 29, 2013 by Greg Singleton “ALL” is a small word that implies “HUMONGOUS.” A 16th-century hymn begins “ALL people that on earth do dwell. . .” At the time that hymn was composed the population of our planet was an
Sundays, October 14 – November 11, 9-10 am This is a five week seminar that will explore how and why we worship, the meanings behind key aspects of worship, and how worship shapes and is shaped by by each of us. Weekly topics will include: Why do we worship?, Encountering God in Word, Encountering God
by Libby A’Hearn Gilmore Our Sunday School program is growing rapidly at St. Luke’s — over the past few years we’ve seen it grow from just a handful of children to the point where we now have two full classes. Children’s Sunday School classes meet before church from 10:00 am -10:25 am. All ages begin
This fall and winter, St. Luke’s is offering a variety of Education and Faith Formation opportunities. Please read below to learn more about our offerings. Sign up sheets are available in the narthex or you can email your interest to office@stlukesLS.org. All who are interested are asked to respond to ensure that the appropriate number
When I was in 8th grade I had an English teacher who encouraged me to make a list of all the books I’d read, and to keep that list active as I grew older as a kind of curriculum vitae, or “course of my life.” I didn’t do so a good job of actually tracking