Our faith formation goal at St. Luke’s is to help children of all ages deepen their relationship with God; learn about the love of Jesus Christ; and become active members of the St. Luke’s family, the Episcopal Church, and the greater Christian community. We always welcome input from parents. As their children's first and best teachers, parents have a critical role in faith development. At St. Luke’s, we see ourselves as partners with parents in helping children and youth to develop a strong faith that will sustain them throughout their lives.
We offer Children’s Chapel & Godly Play for children 3-6 years of age during a portion of the 10:00 a.m. service. The children and teachers gather in Board Hall (our parish hall) for Children’s Worship and abbreviated Godly Play classes. The children return to the sanctuary prior to the Holy Communion.
What is Godly Play? The result of a lifetime of research and practice by theologian, author, and educator, The Rev. Dr. Jerome Berryman, the Godly Play® method is a curriculum of spiritual practice exploring the mystery of God’s presence in our lives. The Godly Play curriculum engages what is most exciting about religious education: God inviting us into—and pursuing us in the midst of—Scripture and spiritual experience. Godly Play practice teaches us to listen for God and to make authentic and creative responses to God’s call in our lives.
9:00 a.m. Faith Formation Classes for Elementary aged children : We are currently in the process of restructuring our Sunday morning Children’s Faith Formation Curriculum.
1206 Maple Lane, Anchorage, KY 40223
[During this COVID time, we are not offering Children's Worship]