Christian Education & Spiritual Formation

“Lord, make us instruments of your peace. Where there is hatred, let us sow love”

                                                                                    (Book of Common Prayer, p. 833). 

The promises we make in our Baptismal Covenant are reminders that we are not yet perfect, that we are called to move deeper in our faith and make a difference in our world. We do so together as the church, always professing that we will indeed live into our baptismal vows as followers of Christ, but always “with God’s help.”

The mission of St. Luke’s Christian Education program is to empower all ages to live the Christian Life.

During the school year, our Adult Education programs are at 9:00, Sunday School for K-5 begins at 9:45 with children returning at the peace, and Middle and High School groups meet at 11:30.

Childcare is available for children four years old and under from 9:30-11:30 all year long.

There are some great spiritual formation resources available online. Below is a list of four that I visit regularly. I find they are a great way to start the day or to refocus during the day. Enjoy.

— Jon

The Daily Office Express —  All the lessons, psalms and collects for the day.

Unapologetically Episcopalian — a Facebook page that posts daily morning prayer along with a video or audio recording of music appropriate for the day.

Episcopal Cafe — a blog with articles from around the Anglican communion on contemporary issues

Advent the Word — from the brothers at the Society of Saint John the Evangelist, a brief daily meditation sent to your inbox.  Sign up for it at —