Adult Discipleship

Join us via zoom for this book study "I'm Still Here" by Austin Channing Brown

The work of anti-racism is a critical part of our discipleship. In this 4 week book study, Mindie Moore will lead us through Austin Channing Brown’s book “I’m Still Here: Black Dignity in a World Made for Whiteness”. We will learn together, examine our own beliefs, and commit to how we will do the work of anti-racism as people of faith. This group will involve a combination of large group teaching and break out groups. Please let us know if there is someone you would like to be in a group with for this topic, and we will work to accommodate that request. June 15-July 6 at 7-8:30pm via Zoom  The book is available on Amazon or Barnes and Noble. REGISTER HERE.

Pastors will be hosting different topics each week, May 27-July 1. Pastor Book Study is always open to all, and this is a great time to join!  The group meets virtually at 10AM on Wednesdays.

Join the video call by CLICKING HERE.

Learn about this 21st century Catholic theologian’s views on Progressive Christianity. Expect a video presentation and an opportunity to discuss a variety of topics. Wednesdays May27 - June 24 at 6:30PM. REGISTER HERE to receive the Zoom link.

Meet weekly in a casual format to provide opportunity for connection. Led by Fena D'ottavio and John Klotz. Mondays, May 18-June 22 at 7:30PM. REGISTER HERE.

A limited-run, Wednesday night opportunity to discuss different elements of life and faith with St. Luke’s pastors and occasional special guests. Join once or weekly- each session stands on its own. May 27 - June 24 from 6:15 - 7:30PM. REGISTER HERE.

Taught by a variety of pastors, AnchorPoint streams on Sundays at 8:45AM, 12:15, 3:15 and 6:15PM. You can join us on Sunday from our WATCH LIVE page.

To view all prior AnchorPoint sessions, CLICK HERE.

Add some community to your Netflix watching!  June 14, June 28 at 7PM on Zoom. Using the Netflix Party platform, we will watch either a show or movie and chat life and faith in light of what we’re watching. Sign up for any or all dates, and the link will be emailed to you. Must use Google Chrome browser to participate.  REGISTER HERE.

An online faith community for women that meets via Facebook Live Thursday nights at 9PM. To join this group CLICK HERE.

Starting Point is a casual conversation with lay members of the church where guests have the opportunity to learn more about St. Luke's ministries, ask questions, and discover next step possibilities. After you register for the session of your choice, you'll be sent a link to join a zoom meeting.

Register by choosing one of the following dates and times: 

Sunday, June 14, 1:00-1:30pm

Thursday, June 25, 7:30-8:00pm

Sunday, July 12, 1:00-1:30pm

Thursday, July 30, 7:00-7:30pm.

Student Ministries

Each Sunday at 11AM our 5th-8th graders meet online via Zoom for games, teaching, and small groups! To receive logon information, email Heather Kenison.

Each Sunday at 4PM our 9th-12th graders meet online via Zoom for games, teaching, and small groups! To receive logon information, email Travis Bannon .

  We will offer some digital and in-person events this summer for our college students! Email Travis Bannon for more information.

Each Wednesday at 3PM our 5th-8th graders are invited for a "brain break" online via Zoom for some funny games and the occasional pet pop-in. To receive logon information, email Heather Kenison.

Each Thursday at 4PM we offer an opportunity for high schoolers to check in and ask their toughest questions. To receive logon information, email Travis Bannon.

Over the course of the summer, we will encourage small groups to meet safely either in-person or digitally. We encourage you to sign up for our Middle School or High School Weekly Newsletters.  Email Kellie Beadle to be put on the list.

On the last Saturday of each month, we invite our children and youth to serve the community...from home! To access May's Service Scavenger Hunt, CLICK HERE..

Parents, would you like to connect with other St. Luke's moms and dads during this time and pick each other's brains? If so, join our Facebook group for support and a few extra ideas on ways to help your teens handle the new normal.

Facebook Group

Children's Ministry

VBS won't be derailed! We're moving it online for 3 days the week of June 8. Registration includes a digital access pass AND a VBS kit - both packed with lots of fun for $15 a child!

Not local? You can hop on the train and purchase a digital access pass for $5 a family! REGISTER HERE by May 24.

The Children’s Ministry invites everyone to join us in supporting this year’s VBS Missions Fundraiser: Crooked Creek Food Pantry

There are 3 exciting ways to participate: 

Sunday June 7 – 2 – 5:30PM Drive-Thru Food Drive! 

Bring non-perishable food items to church (during drive-thru communion or when picking up your child’s reserved VBS Kit) Enter through the east entrance off of 86th St. (by Lion’s Gate). Drop off items to support either Team Caitlin or Team Jevon.  Whoever’s team collects the most items will get to turn their counterpart into a human S’more during Monday’s VBS Zoom session (watch on facebook)! 

Monday June 8th 11AM – 9PM – Pizza for the Pantry Carry-out Competition!

Call Greeks Pizzeria at 96th and College and mention St. Luke’s Pizza for the Pantry for your carry-out order and they will donate 50% of proceeds to Team Caitlin’s fundraising for Crooked Creek Food Pantry

(317) 798-2121

9613 N College Ave, Indianapolis, IN 46280

Call Bazbeaux Carmel for Carry-out (or Delivery) and mention our St. Luke’s Pizza for the Pantry and they will donate 20% of the proceeds to Team Jevon’s fundraising for Crooked Creek Food Pantry

(317) 848-4488

111 W Main St, Carmel, IN 46032

Whoever racks up the most earnings from their favorite restaurant gets to help "pie" their competitor in the face during Wednesday’s VBS Zoom session (watch on facebook)!

ALL WEEK! Online Giving Buttons

Donate on" behalf of Team Caitlin or Team Jevon. Donations will go directly to Crooked Creek Food Pantry, this year's VBS Mission Project! Go to our giving page and under Fund" choose Team Jevon or Team Caitlin.

Whoever’s team collects the most donations will get to turn the other team leader into a Human Sundae at the end of Friday’s VBS Zoom session (watch on facebook!).

Parents, would you like to connect with other St. Luke's moms and dads during this time and pick each other's brains? If so, join our Facebook group for support and a few extra ideas on ways to help your children handle the new normal.

Facebook Group

We will be sending a weekly Sunday newsletter newsletter to parents with engaging activities that go along with the included video Bible Story for both Elementary and Preschool children. Let us know if you'd like to be added to our EMAIL LIST HERE.
Looking for ideas for praying with your children, early years and elementary Christian crafts and activities? Check out our NEW PINTREST PAGE for things you can do while the kids are home to help them learn even more about their Christian faith.
Saturdays at 10AM, St. Luke's Children's Ministry will have a time that we can spend with our church friends! There will be music, Bible time, prayer, AND a Zoom game that we can do together! REGISTER HERE.

Outreach Ministries

So many of you are looking for ways that you can bein service to those in our community right now. The following document offers many of the opportunities that we have heard are most pressing right now and many of them are with some of our important St. Luke's Partners. We are truly in this together and we appreciate your generosity in so many ways!

Ways You Can Serve During COVID-19

The impact of COVID-19 can be felt most in the kitchen as thousands of families are struggling with food insecurity. Yet one place that people in need can rely on is St. Luke’s own Crooked Creek Food Pantry where over 9,800 individuals were served in the month of April alone! To serve in their drive-thru pantry CLICK HERE.
We will be delivering a Family Fun Night to our neighbors in Washington Township this summer! Each Friday, volunteers will come to St. Luke's to pick up a hot meal prepared by Chef Joseph and craft materials to deliver to a family. In an effort to help alleviate a little stress of cooking another meal for a family and to promote some family togetherness, you'll be helping to provide hope and the love of Jesus to our neighbors.

Sign up to deliver a meal here.

We sit in a pew on Sundays, and you may be missing that connection, perhaps feeling anxious and lonely. Our new P.E.W. (Promoting Emotional Wellness) Ministry recognizes the central role the church plays in our lives and creates a virtual place of connection to “promote emotional wellness” online. Facilitated by mental health professionals, these online gatherings help us connect, share and be cared for in a virtual pew. To learn more, email, put "PEW Ministry" in the subject line and ask to be contacted.
If you love to shop, this opportunity is for you! We are putting together a team that will shop for groceries and medications for St. Lukers who aren't able to leave their homes. To serve you must be under 55 years old. Please email us for more information and to volunteer.
Do you have a gift for writing notes? As we begin an effort to reach out and keep in touch with seniors and others in our community who are home-bound, we would love your help. If you'd like to volunteer to serve on this team, register here.
There is a critical shortage of surgical masks for healthcare workers serving on the front lines. Use your gift of sewing by constructing surgical masks for these heroes. St. Luke's Caring Cars ministry will pick up homemade masks and deliver to hospitals and nursing homes in the Indianapolis area. Contact us at to have your masks picked up. Watch this video on how to sew masks.