We are closed July 3 & 4 for Independence Day

Christian Education

The Christian Education Commission oversees the Christian education of all age groups.  Within their purview lies Sunday School for Adults and Children, Men’s ministry, Women’s ministry, and Children’s ministry. The online program “ChurchNext” is utilized to create interesting and informative content to the Sunday School classes to promote walking closer with God and understanding our role as Christians in today’s society.

Our current class “Grace and Depression” runs through May 5. Click here for the participants’ guide

Beginning May 12 through June 2, join our study of “Civil Conversations in Uncivil Times” with Ray Suarez. Click here for participant’s guide

A.C.E. (Adult Christian Education)

ACE meets every  Sunday morning at 9:10am in the Large Conference Room in the Administrative building. All are welcome to join in and study God’s Word and Christianity in the World Today. Classes regularly rotate so there’s lots of opportunity for education, discussion, and Christian Fellowship.

Daughters of the King (DOK)

The Daughters of the King, Phoebe Chapter, meets once monthly, usually on the Second Sunday, at 11:00am. Contact the church office for more information on joining this vital group of Christian women in their ministry.

Men's Cursillo Group

Men’s Cursillo Group meets on the first and third Thursday of every month from 11:00am – 12:00noon in the small conference room. For more information, contact the office at info@slecp.org.

Contemplative Prayer Group

This innovative prayer groups meets on the 2nd and 4th Fridays of each month from 9:00am to 10:00am in the Meditation Room off the Parish Hall. Join Leader Trampus Tribbey in Centering Prayer with discussion following.

Youth Ministry

The Youth Ministry is up and active. Join the group every Sunday morning at 9:10am in the Youth Room (just off the parish hall).  St. Luke’s is currently seeking a Youth Pastor to lead our youths, ages 6th grade through High School, in studying the Word, planning fun events, and serving the community. Please contact St. Luke’s at info@slecp.org for more information.

Children's Ministry "Come and See"

St. Luke’s Sunday School, Kindergarten through Grade 2, continues every Sunday from 9:10 to 9:50 in Classroom H. Bring your kiddos and watch their joy as they learn about God through story and song. I can’t wait to meet you! Miss Tani

The Nursery

The nursery is open every Sunday morning with prior reservations. Call the church at (928) 778-4499 if you plan to bring a child younger than Kindergarten age. We have a trained nursery attendant on call who will come in and care for your infant or toddler while you enjoy services.

Education for Ministry (EFM)

All are called to ministry in one way or another; not necessarily for ordination, but to be a minister to
all! Education for Ministry (EFM) is a four-year course to help one find their place in the world and develop
and understand their own theology. Through the years, we study Old Testament, New Testament, church history, and theology. (Commitment is only required to one year at a time). EFM invokes reading the Bible, textbooks, and group discussions of all years, leading to theological reflection.

EFM meets once a week for 2-1/2 hours for nine months out of the year. A new group will be starting soon, and we always welcome and encourage new students. Please contact Leanne Bryan (leanne.p.bryan@gmail.com) or Kathy Pessin (jikapess@gmail.com) for the next course schedule.

Chapel Rock Camp

Chapel Rock Summer Camp is a faith based sleep away camp affiliated with The Episcopal Church. There is something for kids of every age from Kindergarten to 12th grade and Families too!  Family Camp is open to families of all shapes, sizes, and ages, with or without kids.  Campers can expect their days to be full of high energy activities, lots of nature, music and crafts along with daily worship and faith formation. Camps are registering now. Call 928-445-3499 or email info@chapelrock.net for more information.