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Children & Families

Children are a gift from God, they are His reward. Psalm 127:3
Children truly are a gift! We encourage families to worship together with their children--no matter what age. We're comfortable with the shuffling of papers, dropped crayons and sudden cries that can happen during a service. Bring your kids and join us as we seek to do life together--dirty diapers and all!
Ask an usher for a worship activity kit for your children to use during the worship service. 

Infant/Toddler Nursery and Cry Room

Nursery care is available during the 10:45 am worship service (ages birth-6) and the 9:30 am Sunday School Hour (ages birth - 3.) A cry room is offered during worship services 5:00 pm Saturday and 8:15 am Sunday. Both are located in Room 210 in the nursery wing adjacent to our Lobby. Ushers are happy to direct you. Closed Circuit TV enables viewing of the worship service. Contact: Teri Johnson, 

Sunday School

Sundays: 9:30-10:30 a.m. (Sept 23 - June 2)
Sunday School is available for 3, 4 and 5 year-olds downstairs in the preschool.

Grades 1-6 meet in Malkow Hall next door to the Worship Center.

Grades 7-9 meet upstairs in Rooms 311 and 312.

Grades 10-12 meet in the Charis and Alieis Rooms on the lower level of Malkow Hall.

All classes are taught by dedicated, trained volunteers from St. Luke’s who have satisfactory background checks.

Contact: Pastor Aaron Bird,

Children’s Choir

6:00-7:00 p.m.
The St. Luke’s Children’s Choir is made up of 1st through 6th graders. Rehearsals are Thursday evenings, 6-7 p.m., September through May. No audition is required. This choir sings for worship and special events. At the end of the school year, the choir presents a Christian musical/drama. Contact: Jan Grothe,

Kids for Christ

One Wednesday per month
6:30-8:30 p.m.
This is an activity and Bible Study time for 4th, 5th and 6th graders. We meet monthly September through June. Most meetings are in Malkow Hall at St. Luke's and begin with an evening meal. Activities include relay races, team games, service projects, a lock-in, outdoor water games, cooking, Laserquest, a family picnic, prayer and Bible Study. Friends are welcome. Contact: David Detzler,

Summer Camps 2019
(formerly Vacation Bible School)

We give thanks for our inaugural year of Summer Camps that took place in July 2018. Week-long camps for preschool and elementary-aged kids included Baking, Cooking, Water, Outdoor, Fine Arts and Gardening. We look forward to what's in store for Summer 2019!