Ignite Youth Group
Wednesdays @ 7:00-8:30 p.m.
Youth in Grades 7-12 hang out for a time of fellowship, activities and Bible study. Wednesday nights are a great way for youth to connect with their peers as well as with their Savior and Lord who seeks to call them His own. For more information, contact Pastor Aaron: .
During Advent (Dec. 1 - Dec. 25):
During our Advent season in preparation for Christmas, Ignite youth will be done in coordination with midweek worship and Soup Suppers from 5:30pm until about 7:45pm. The schedule during this time will be as follows.
5:30pm - Soup Supper (Great Room)
6:15pm - Activity (Malkow Hall)
7:00pm - Worship (Worship Center)
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Every month we have a designated gathering for Ignite Youth where we do something out of the ordinary. Everyone is always welcome to join us at Ignite but these events are an easy way to invite your friends to come and be a part of the group.
All Youth Retreat
Our four houses - Roo-ah, Bata, Ee-moon, and Hay-zack - face off each year in a weekend of exciting competition and community. April 26-28, 2019. Theme: "Divinely Designed." Bring a friend! Click here to learn more and print out a registration form.
Contact Pastor Aaron with any questions:
Sundays @ 9:30 a.m. (Sept. 23-June 2)
All 7th - 12th graders meet at 9:30 a.m. for Sunday School. All classes are taught by dedicated, trained volunteers from St. Luke’s who have satisfactory background checks.
7th - 9th Grade
7th - 9th grade meet in Room 311 for Sunday School.
Our volunteer leaders facilitate discussion about the lesson in the Bible for the week and connect with the youth by engaging them in questions and discussion about faith and life.
Sundays Sept - May
Sundays Sept - May
Sundays Sept - May @ 9:30 a.m.
Confirmation is an opportunity for youth to confirm the faith they have been given in their baptism. When a person is baptized, our heavenly Father forgives their sins, rescues them from death and the devil, gives His Holy Spirit to be present in their lives, and gives them the gift of eternal life. Confirmation is the opportunity for that person to publicly acknowledge God’s gifts and commit their lives into His hands (Matthew 10:32). We believe this is best done in conjunction with teaching the faith at home. In preparation for Confirmation, students and their parents are taught the truths and habits of the Christian faith through regular Sunday meetings and retreats. Upon completing Confirmation instruction, students will publicly profess their faith in Jesus and confirm their baptisms before the congregation in a commitment to this church community. Learn more about Confirmation here.
Young adults are busy with college, jobs, and, with whatever time there is left, a social life. Our young adults meet in the midst of busy schedules to study Scripture and hang out with each other. Please join us on Sunday mornings for worship and Adult Bible Study at 9:30 a.m. in the Great Room.