Welcome to the Group Finder page! This is where you can look through our various small group offerings. You have the option to select which day of the week works best for you, whether you will need childcare, and which type of group you are looking for.
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Well-known Christian contemplatives have compiled a list of 25 influential, classical, pivotal books for Christian discipleship. Points addressed for each book include: overview, why it is a classic, a study guide and more. At each meeting, the class discusses a different book. The group has already read many classics including...
Knit or crochet baby blankets for St. Luke's newborn babies or donate yarn. For details, contact Laura Marine at email@example.com.
Bible journaling, a cross between scrapbooking, journaling, and Bible study, is a creative and fresh way to explore Scripture. Dig deeper into God's work, find what speaks to you, and use craft supplies to express it. Come when you can! Led by Robin Chaddock & Jacquie Reed. To request...
Support for grieving children. Group meets Tuesdays and Thursdays at 5:30PM. To register, call 317-705-9650.
Encouraging group of caregivers and patients who give hope and support. Church and community members welcome. Contact Steve Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org or Laura Marine at email@example.com to register and receive the zoom link.
Want to volunteer as a driver to take people who are unable to drive to their doctor's appointment or the church on Sunday? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and found out how you can get connected with this wonderful group!
No matter what you call it or what form your prayer/meditation practice takes, sitting in silence is transformative. Gather at 7 pm, greet each other, hear a prayer, poem, or writing for reflection, then maintain silence for 20 minutes. Led by Spiritual Director Judy Homer. To request the zoom link,...
Community Yoga meets on Tuesdays from 6-7PM in The Modge. Cost is $8 per class. All are welcome!
The Creation Care Ministry celebrates and cares for God’s creation by educating, encouraging faith-based actions and enabling the St. Luke’s UMC community to conserve resources and promote environmental harmony. Meet in room N103/104.
June 23, 6:30-7:30PM, via zoom
Jenny Hawke, who walked the last 70 miles (100 kilometers) of El Camino in Spain from Sarria to Santiago in 2017, will share her experience about traveling with Spanish Steps, a tour company that provides experienced guides and support and makes all meal, luggage and hotel...
Expect a different interfaith speaker each month followed by a lively discussion. Sponsored by the Association of International Women. To request a zoom link, please contact Betty Brandt at email@example.com
Expect intimate interfaith roundtable discussions about topics of religious and cultural relevance. Make friends with someone from a different religious tradition! To requests the zoom link, please contact Betty Brandt at firstname.lastname@example.org
Gentle Yoga meets on Mondays in N103/104. Cost is $8 per class. All are welcome!
Theological conversations connecting the Bible and Christianity with 21st century culture. Participants discuss insights found in writings of contemporary authors with a progressive slant. For anyone searching for a deeper understanding of how faith relates to everyday life. A variety of resources and materials will be used as determined by...
Support for infant and pregnancy loss. Contact email@example.com
The Interfaith Relationships Committee creates harmony and fellowship with theologically diverse neighbors in order to speak to the bias driven problems in our city and world by offering opportunities for awareness, engagement, and involvement through classes, social events, service, and dialogue. This ministry has both weekday and Sunday afternoon meetings...
The LGBTQ Ministry celebrates and advocates for the LGBTQ community within St. Luke's and the wider community.
This is a group to provide support for men who have lost their spouses.
This group welcomes all men wanting an informal small group experience. Discussions center on continuing faith journeys, spiritual practices, interfaith experiences and making the Bible pertinent for life in our current culture.
This group meets one time a month and is open to all military personnel.
Expect to read and discuss innovative spiritual books. To request the zoom link, please contact Betty Brandt at firstname.lastname@example.org
Expect programs based on the Social Principles of the United Methodist Church focusing on human issues in the contemporary world. Contact email@example.com to request the zoom link.
Conversation based around the weekly American Public Radio show and podcast “On Being,” hosted by Krista Tippett. This exploration of faith, humanity and ideas can be heard locally on FM90.1 at 9 pm on Thursdays or 7 am on Sundays or at www.onbeing.org. To request the zoom link, contact...
This group will meet using Zoom for the next couple weeks.
Have a passion for prayer and lifting up our pastors? Join us on Sunday's to pray with our pastors!
This group meets weekly on Tuesdays at 1PM in Luke's Lodge to knit or crochet prayer shawls for those who need to be wrapped in prayer.
We will be studying "Unafraid" via Zoom for the next 5 Weeks.
Tuesdays, 7PM St. Luke's
Would you like to expand your firsthand knowledge about Indianapolis’ thriving black community? Join us on monthly field trips to black historic sites, soul food restaurants, black-themed theater productions and movies. The Racial Justice Ministry at St. Luke's actively engages the congregation and staff in actions to dismantle racism within...
Learn about this 21st century theologian’s views on Progressive Christianity. Expect a video presentation and an opportunity to discuss a variety of topics.
This is an ongoing Small Group, welcoming new members.
While we are "sheltering in place," we are "meeting" via Zoom on Thursday and Sunday evenings at 7PM. We hope to return sometime this summer to our usual in-person, lively sermon discussions enjoying a yummy lunch prepared by Chef Joseph (only $5.00)...
Are you a single mom? Would you like to meet other single mothers who can support and encourage you? We discuss topics such as finances, self-care, parenting, emotional support and spiritual growth. Contact Laura Marine for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org or 317-846-3404 ext. 343. Free childcare available with registration.
Expect speakers, conversation, and networking on crucial topics such as redistricting, mass incarceration, voting rights, etc. To request the zoom link, please contact Betty Brandt at email@example.com
In these days of the COVID—19 pandemic, we find ourselves dealing with a world situation that
we hardly deem imaginable. We in the church are about the task of caring for souls, our own, and those
of others. One way to do that involves offering opportunities for people on the front lines...
Artists creating in any medium are welcome to this supportive, friendly group. Some field trips scheduled throughout the year. To requests the zoom link, please contact Betty Brandt at firstname.lastname@example.org
Start your day with friends, prayer, light breakfast and stimulating discussion. To request the zoom link, please contact Betty Brandt at email@example.com
Join us via Zoom. Please email Mike Elkin (firstname.lastname@example.org) for the zoom link for this class.
Read and discuss fiction and non-fiction books on topics of current interest.
Fiction and non-fiction books with spiritual themes. To request the zoom link, please contact Betty Brandt at email@example.com.
All women of St. Luke's are invited to attend Mary Magdalene Circle.
For questions, please contact Hope Carrol at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A gathering of single, divorced, and widowed working or retired women. Contact Nancy Hopper for additional event and program information at email@example.com or (317) 361-7969.
St. Luke's newest UMW circle working on projects supporting the UMW mission, directly helping women and children. Come for projects and fellowship. Bring a sewing machine, fabric scissors and pics. We meet the 2nd Thursdays of the month from 10am-1pm in C124. Contact Regan Summers for more information. firstname.lastname@example.org
The UMW Reading Group will meet in the Parlor the 4th Mondays of the month from 7-8:30 pm. Join St. Luke's Ladies for a lively book discussion each month. This group is open to all women, newcomers welcome. Look for book selections in the monthly UMW newsletter or contact Jennifer...
A circle of "mature" women from diverse backgrounds. Contact Pattie Lind for more information. Please note this group will not meet in January.
Avoiding meat is a gift to God's creation. Bring a labeled vegetarian or vegan dish to share, experience an interesting video and speaker and meet new people. Can't bring a dish? Bring $5!
Medicare A, Medicare B, Medicare D, Medicare Advantage, Medicare Supplement. What are they and how are they different from one another? How do I choose? When do I choose? Come hear an unbiased overview. No specific insurance plans or carriers will be highlighted...
Mondays (9:30AM), Marsha Pappas instructor, Rm 103/104, 8 sessions package/ $96.00; walk-in/$15. Please pay at the door.
Join us on Zoom on Tuesday Nights to connect with other St. Luke's Young Adults!