Small Groups at St. Luke's

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Small Groups at St. Luke's

There always seems to be something going on at St. Luke's! All are welcome to join in any of the many opportunities for community, support and service throughout the week. Many parishioners join small groups that meet regularly for dinner, conversation, and prayer. Please scroll down to find the many groups and ways to participate in community life.

Newcomers are always welcome!

Book Group

St. Luke in the Fields Church joins 200 parishes in the Episcopal Diocese of New York to read, understand and learn from one of the most important books of our time: "How to Be an Antiracist" by National Book Award Winner Ibram X. Kendi

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Parish Support Circle

Join fellow parishioners on Wednesday evenings at 7:30pm for safe, confidential, and structured discussion on how this pandemic has impacted you and find support as we seek to move forward through this together.

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Foyers Groups

A Foyers group is an entry into the fellowship of a parish, a way to become acquainted with fellow parishioners, especially those members who attend services different from your own.

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20s30s Group

Our 20s30s Group meets on a monthly basis for fun, fellowship, service, and good conversation.

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Tea at Three

Tea at Three meets several times a year in Laughlin Hall for afternoon tea & cookies, fellowship, and prayer.

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Centering Prayer

Centering Prayer is designed for people of faith in today’s busy world, that they may find spiritual refuge in what T. S. Eliot called “the still point of the turning world.”

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Friends of Shelly

“Friends of Shelly” is a weekly support group for Trans and Gender-non-binary persons. All ages are welcome!

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Outdoor Adventure Group

St. Luke's is starting a new social group focused on meeting new people and enjoying the great outdoors.

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