Have kids? No worries, we've got you covered. St. Luke's offers programs for kids who are 6 weeks old through high school. Your children will be

in a safe and caring environment where they will learn about Jesus

and have a fun time doing it! 


The youngest children, ages 6 weeks through 3, go to the Nursery, where they are lovingly cared for. If your kids are ages 3 through 10,

we offer Godly Play lessons in the Sacred Space and Atrium, which are located on the 2nd floor of the education wing of the Church. Before the lesson begins, our music minister leads the children in songs that are purposely selected for that day's story. Older children, ages 11 through 18, gather in the Upper Room and delve deeply into Holy Scripture using curricula that inspire and engage these emerging adults.


Classes begin at 10:15 am and all children return to Church in time for Communion. 


your first visit

Visiting us for the first time? No fear! We will meet your family, help your child to their  class, and answer any questions you may have. We can't wait to meet you!


All of our teachers are trained to create a safe and warm environment where families can confidently leave their children while they are in the service. Every volunter is trained in the Diocesan program of "Safeguarding God's Children" and our classrooms are secure from any outside influences. Don't worry parents - your children are in safe hands!

what we teach

Our youngest children, ages 3 through 10, experience the spiritually transformative experience of Godly Play. Godly Play is an inmaginative approach to working with children, an approach that supports, challenges, nourishes, and guides their spiritual quest. The Godly Play program at St. Luke’s is a Sunday morning opportunity for our children to build their language and imagination around the foundations of the Christian Faith.

You can see the wonder in the eyes of each child.


The youth meet in the Upper Room and engage in fellowship

with their fellow students as they study Scripture. Our teachers help the students explore the impacts of these lessons in their everyday lives. Our goal at St. Luke's is to help children of all ages to learn more about God, Jesus, Holy Spirit; Scripture; and the history and liturgy of the Episcopal Church.