Adult Education

St. Luke’s is blessed with vibrant and dynamic adult program offerings throughout the year. Here are the sessions scheduled for the upcoming season.

Sundays:

Explorers Group | 8:45-9:45 am | Chapter Room

The Explorers are confronting the challenges of discovering one’s truer Self.

This exploration is accompanied by group sharing, deep meditation, digesting chapters 1, 2 and 3 in Finding Meaning in the Second Half of Life, and the rich insights coming from Paul Tillich’s Shaking the Foundations.

Meaning is found as ego-consciousness allows the soul/Self to uncover the content of unconsciousness.  This is the journey.  The outcomes along the way are marked by increased consciousness.  On this journey one meets one’s many selves.  Exploration makes conscious the struggles of the self selving.

Newcomers are welcome.

Tuesdays:

Bible Study | after the 12:10 pm Eucharist | Upper Hall

Bring a brown bag lunch and join us.

Thursdays:

Theological Seminar | 6:30 pm | Chapter Room

Our study topic is Discovering the Developmental  influences on the Young Galilean, Jesus of Nazareth.  This research, partly focused on textual material not available until more recent years, allows a fresh look at what animated Jesus’s concept of his mission and message, how he understood himself as a prophet, and how he knew how to live his life.

Dr. Hanson’s paper is available in the Chapter Room.

Newcomers are welcome. Join us from 6:30 to 8:30 pm.

Saturdays:

Mandala as Spiritual Practice | 3rd Saturdays | 9am | Chapter Room

Contact Linda Carleton for more info or just come!