Teen Programs

St. Luke’s has a complete youth ministry program for middle school and high school students. These programs include Bible study, prayer, rites of passage, outreach ministries, and times of just having fun together, all designed to help our youth grow in their Christian faith. For those interested, the youth ministry program includes a confirmation class.

Upcoming Youth Offerings…

from the Collaborative Youth Group with St. Luke’s, Hope Gateway, Woodfords churches


Reach: Reaching In, Reaching Out, Reaching God

March 2-4, 2018 at Christ Church Episcopal in Gardiner

For middle schoolers in 6-8 grade

We will reach inside ourselves to understand who we are right now, reach out to our community to help other people live out who they are, and reach to God through song and worship to find who we are called to be. Kids in grades 6-8 are invited to spend the weekend playing games, doing a service project, making friends, eating awesome food, and worshiping God together.

Called to Serve

March 16-18, 2018 at Grace Episcopal Church in Bath
For high schoolers in 9-12 grade

Jesus calls us to love our neighbor as ourselves, and as a part of that love, we are called to serve. What does it mean to love? What does it mean to serve? How do we find the strength to do something that sometimes feels so hard? A team of youth staff and adults will lead us, as we spend a weekend together doing the work of serving others, while figuring out how to keep up the energy to do that work. We will laugh together, sing together, serve together, pray together and make friends we can rely on as we figure out how we are called to serve.

Summer Finale Camp

August 20-26, 2018 at Camp Bishopswood

For youth who have finished 6-12 grade

Spend a week in a youth cabin with you friends at Camp Bishopswood.  You’ll do all the typical camp activities – swimming, boating, running around in the woods – while also deepening your spiritual life, and worshiping God in the midst of nature.