We believe that God’s way of transforming our world is through people gathered in community. Our adult offerings take many forms and each has the goal of creating an “open community of Christians,” gatherings of people who love us, challenge us, and serve with us to make a meaningful difference in the world. You have a place in this - and we want to help you find it.

Connect Here Booth (outside of the Sanctuary and Chapel)

If you’d like help finding the right class or group, stop by any Sunday morning in one of our two locations and leave with your next step.

Starting Point

On the 2nd Sunday of each month (except the 3rd Sunday in May), join us for a 30-minute overview of St. Luke’s and our open classes and groups to connect and grow in faith. Meets at 10:45 AM and 12:15 PM in C115 (down the hall from Robertson Chapel). No registration required. Kids welcome.

Fall Catalog

Pick up a red fall catalog for a complete listing of classes and events in print! Fall 2017

The City

Ever wondered how so many people are connected to St. Luke’s? They’re registering for classes, in conversation, and sharing with their small group on The City. It’s our online communications platform and where most registration takes place.

Click here to request a City account. It’s free – call Dorothy Eads at 317-846-3404 x332 with questions.

 

List Of All Adult Discipleship EVENTS and CLASSES
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    Domestic and International Study Trips

    Dr. Martin Luther King Pilgrimage
    1968 - 2018: Remembering 50 years later the life and assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King
            April 4 - 7, 2018

    Join Rob and Susan Fuquay and travel by bus to Memphis to the National Civil Rights Museum, the location of the assassination of Dr. King. Participate in the special activities commemorating the anniversary of his death. In Birmingham visit the 16th street Baptist Church, site of the church bombing in 1963, and the Civil Rights Institute. Continue to Montgomery, visiting the Rosa Parks Museum, Dexter Ave. Baptist Church and Dr. King's home. In addition, visit Selma and relive the Crossing of the Edmund Pettus Bridge. End the trip in Atlanta visiting the MLK, Jr. National Historic Site and the Center for Nonviolent Social Change. Sit in the Ebenezer Baptist Church, Visit the birth home and the grave of Martin Luther King, Jr.

    Cost: $895.00 per person (double occupancy) includes all bus transportation from Indianapolis to Memphis, Birmingham, Montgomery, Selma and Atlanta with a return flight to Indianapolis from Atlanta.

    For a full brochure and more information,contact Bob Zehr email.

    Holy Land Spiritual Pilgrimage
         Sept 20 - 28, 2018

    Join Rob and Susan Fuquay for a trip of a lifetime. Follow the footsteps of Jesus around the Sea of Galilee, Capernaum and the Mount of Beatitudes. Sail across the Sea of Galilee. Visit Masada and swim in the Dead Sea. 
    In Bethlehem, join the pilgrims at the birthplace of Jesus. In Jerusalem, visit the old city, the Upper Room, walk along the Via Dolorosa to the traditional location of Jesus's crucifixion, and pray in the Garden of Gethsemane and at the Wailing Wall. Dance at the Sukkot Festival, the Feast of Tabernacles, during our stay in Jerusalem.
    Experience a spiritual journey unlike any other. The trip includes round trip international airfare, all local transportation, 4 and 5 star hotels, and attraction admissions, daily breakfasts and two dinners and one lunch. This trip will be available for approximately $3,700.00 per person (double occupancy). Payment plans available.
    An optional two night extension to Petra-Jordan will be offered with a visit to Petra and a jeep tour through the Wadi. 

    For a full brochure and more information,contact Bob Zehr email.

 

Adult Discipleship SERVE Opportunities 

To learn more, contact Rev. Eric Burton-Krieger, Pastor of Adult Discipleship by  or phone 317-846-3404 x312.