Something for Everyone
We believe God created us for relationships – with Him and with others. Only in the context of relationships can we experience the full life He desires for us.
We also believe that continuous discipleship in Jesus Christ leads to life-changing growth. Our adult ministry program offers a variety of Sunday School classes, small groups, Bible studies, and other specific events designed to bring people together to connect in faith.
Here at St. Luke, our Sunday School classes exist to bring – and grow – people, together! Classes meet on Sundays from 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. Contact Director of Adult Discipleship Amy Ward at 706-327-4343 for more information on our available classes.
Using the Bible as our instruction book for life, this deeply rooted community is open to adults of all ages, single or married. Rotating leaders, Biblical instruction, meaningful discussion, and practical life application make the Agape class very special. Room 220, Main Church Building, 2nd Floor.
A strong Christian community of mostly married couples in their 50’s, 60’s and 70’s desiring to spur one another on to love and good deeds. This class offers rotating teachers, various Biblically based topics and group discussion. Room 225, Main Church Building, 2nd Floor.
This vibrant, caring, older-adult community studies God’s Word together with challenging discussions and life application from Biblical teaching, caring for one another through various life events and everyday challenges. Room 222, Main Church Building, 2nd Floor.
Telephone Sunday School Class
The Telephone Sunday School class is a place for those who whether temporarily or permanently are unable to attend Sunday School in person but still desire to be part of a “real” class. You provide your phone number and wait to receive a phone call from one of three teachers between 9-9:15 a.m. Sunday in order to be part of the discussion (picture old school party line phone calls). We provide you with a copy of the lesson materials in advance. We celebrate birthdays, share prayer requests, and encourage you to linger afterward to catch up with one another.
Jesus is Lord/Fellowship
Longtime students and friends of the Word, this community of mostly older adults is committed to seeking and serving one another in the truth of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Room 110, Main Church Building, 1st Floor.
Intergenerational couples and singles gather weekly for Bible study and discussion. Room 223, Main Church Building, 2nd Floor.
A loving, welcoming and extremely supportive community of middle-aged and older adults, both married and single. Our goal is to learn and live out the words of Jesus by growing in Him daily, serving the disadvantaged in our community and encouraging each other through the storms and celebrations of life. Room 224, Main Church Building, 2nd Floor.
One in Christ
This intimate class of single Christians meets for Bible study and discussion. Room 219, Main Church Building, 2nd Floor.
A diverse group of new and life-long Christians, this community is committed to seeking God and striving to be like Christ in every aspect of our lives and in the life and service of the Church. Conference Room, 3rd Avenue side, Main Church Building.
Step by Step
A lively group of loving parents of school-aged children, this supportive and friendly community dives into various Bible studies, topical studies and life-application discussions each week. Meeting Room, Ministry Center.
Two by Two
This driven group of primarily couples ages 35 and over strive to grow, connect and love one another into a more accurate reflection of Christ in their homes, classrooms, businesses, church and community. Small Dining Room, Ministry Center.
For those in their early 20s up to 30 years of age having begun a career, navigating marriage or being single, raising children or not, this class is for you. Bring your Bibles and join us as we discuss the ways the Bible sheds light on all we are navigating at this stage of life. This coed class meets Sundays at 10:00 a.m. in Room 221, Main Church Building, 2nd Floor.
Bible Studies and Fellowship Groups
One of the most impactful and important ways of growing in the Word and progressing in your discipleship journey is to join a regular or seasonal Bible study. Offered at various times throughout the year and focused on both topical and Book driven curriculum, there is a St. Luke Bible study or small group designed to meet your needs. For more information and to find the right study for you, contact Director of Adult Discipleship Amy Ward at 706-327-4343.
2023 Bible Studies
Women’s Bible Studies
- Jude by Jackie Hill Perry begins Tuesday, January 10. 1:30 pm at The College House (1030 2nd Ave.) Dive into themes of being called, loved, and kept, and learn how to point others to Jesus in grace and truth. Contact Suzanne McCluskey for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- One Thousand Gifts by Ann Voskamp begins Tuesday, January 17 at 9:30 am in The Corner at the Ministry Center (301 11th St.). Discover a way of seeing that opens your eyes to ordinary amazing grace, a way of living that is fully alive, and a way of becoming present to God that brings deep and lasting joy. Contact Susan Graham for more information at email@example.com.
- Rerouting is adding a second additional class in the mornings starting Wednesday, January 11, at 10:00, upstairs in the main church bldg, room 221. Enter through the Chapel foyer doors. For those navigating detours in life due to loss and/or difficulty. For those seeking their way back to joy looking to God. For more information and to reserve a spot, contact Marsha Mason at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- MIDWEEK break-outs continue Wednesday, January 11, following supper at the Ministry Center (301 11th St.). Come for supper at 5:30 pm ($8 per person or family maximum of $30) and stay for one of the following:
- * NEW! Spiritual Disciplines for the Christian life will meet in the large dining room following supper and is led by staff members from 6:15-7:00. This is the place to learn more about practicing prayer, Bible intake, worship, prayer, stewardship, serving, solitude and journaling. For more information, contact Amy Ward email@example.com* NEW! The Art of Marriage for engaged or married couples of all ages. Meets in classroom 6 of the Ministry Center from 6:15-7:30. Get better acquainted with God’s purpose and plan for marriage. Study guides are available for $10 per couple. Sessions are led by Amy and Rob Ward. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.* Rerouting continues its series on working through changes of direction that happens in life (grief, loss of a job, divorce, etc.) led by Marsha Mason in room 110 of the main church bldg., 6:15-7:30. For more information, contact email@example.com.* CMDA (Columbus Medical and Dental Association) continues gathering for Bible study in the small dining room of the Ministry Center, 6:15-7:30.
- Led by Rev. Haygood, men gather for breakfast and Bible study resuming Tuesday, January 10, at 7:00 a.m. in the small dining room of the Ministry Center (301 11th St.).
Circle One Women’s Group
First Monday of each month, 10:30 a.m. followed by lunch
Small Dining Room, Ministry Center
New Beginnings Women’s Group
Second Tuesdays of each month, 10:30 a.m. followed by lunch
Jesus is Lord/Fellowship Classroom Room 110, First Floor Main Building
The St. Luke Free Spirits are an active group of retired men and women, generally aged 50 and up, who meet for regular monthly events and activities as well as a variety of exciting day trips and overnight adventures. A diverse group from many local churches and denominations, this spirited group enjoys being together in fellowship for exciting, fun, musical, adventurous and educational activities. Members of the Free Spirits receive regular mailings and information about upcoming events and registration instructions. For more information, please contact Mitch Watts at 706-327-4343.