Learning is a lifelong journey — an adventure of asking questions about God, the Bible, ourselves and our world.
St. Luke's encourages our members and friends on this journey and offes educational opportunities through our Adult Education program, each September through May. This includes (but is not limited to) Bible study, book study, lectures, and workshops. Our Adult Education courses offer lively and challenging discussions in a small group setting, with inspiring and stimulating guest speakers who are experts in their fields.
Recent series include an in-depth examination of the Reformation and Anglicanism, exploration of the sacred texts of Islam and the Qur'an, the Book of John, Women in the Bible, and the Psalter (Book of Psalms).
Adult Education Spring 2020
The Gospel of Saint Luke
Mondays beginning March 2
7:00 pm in Laughlin Hall
Join Fr. Bo Reynolds and VK McCarty as they examine the Gospel according to St Luke, and explore the unique perspective of our patron saint on the life, ministry, passion, and resurrection of Jesus. This series will cover the portions of the Jesus story told by St Luke alone, portions not shared by the other synoptic gospels. In addition, lecturer VK McCarty will discuss major thematic components of the text, such as 'Anglican Canticles in the Gospel of Luke' and 'Seeing Mary through the Gospel of Luke and in Art.' For more information, check out the website, or email Fr. Bo Reynolds.
Note: Adult Education will not meet April 6 and April 13.