Something powerful happens when we explore the Bible together. As we mutually share insights and personal impressions, the words we're studying take on new and profound life.  So, we encourage people to delve into the Bible alongside others.

To see our current weekly list of summer Bible studies, view the bulletin on our app.  For more information, contact the church office. If the Bible study meets online, click the links below to join via Zoom.  Don't see your Bible study? Our app is updated weekly!

Road to Romans

Join Pastor John Grohs in the Fellowship Room on Sundays at 9:30am as we explore the roads of life through the book of Romans - which roads are helpful? Which get us into bad traffic or stalled along the roadway of life? We strive to travel the road of righteousness, through we don't always know what that looks like or how to receive it, but it's the way of truth that liberates every part of our lives!

Death...Then What?

When death happens, there are always questions. Why now? Why her? Why him? Why me? Where is God? What’s it going to be like when I die? Will it hurt? What will I feel? What happens after I take my last breath? The bottom line is we don’t know everything about death and what happens afterward. Some have had near death experiences, but is that the same as dying and going to the other side—permanently? This study looks at God’s answers to these questions of death. So, join Pastor Galen Sollie at 9:30am in Room 405 on Sundays as we consider death — and what follows.

Adult Catechism

Vicar Ethan will begin an eight-week adult catechism class on February 4th. Using Martin Luther’s catechisms, topics will include sin, the means of grace, scripture, Jesus, and more!

Tuesday & Saturday

Adult Studies

Join John Hollmann for Bible study on Tuesdays at 10:00am

or join the men's study on Saturdays at 8:00am.



The ladies of St. Luke meet weekly on Thursday mornings at 10am in the Fellowship Room for fellowship, study, and small groups! Led by Carol Poedel, Carol Duggan, and Denise Beckhart, they are currently working through the book, Waiting, by Sharla Fritz.

Small Groups

We all need a group of people around us so we can share our celebrations, our struggles, and our faith.  The early Christians not only met together as a large church, but they also shared meals in people's homes.  Our small groups are designed to help our church develop authentic friendships and live out our faith in local communities.  To encourage parents with young children to be in a small group, we offer partial reimbursement for babysitting costs.

Are you looking to meet with your small group?  All our groups meet at different times, but when your group is going to meet, click below:


Young Adults & Seniors

Christianity is not meant to be an individual pursuit.  There are over 50 occurrences in the Bible where followers of Jesus are told to love, support, or encourage one another.  So, building genuine friendships and walking alongside other people in our faith journey is paramount.  

Young Adults

This group of young adults meets throughout the year for fun outings and fellowship. They also have a monthly book club and hold occasional events like Oscar & Super Bowl parties!


Our seniors gather for local trips, potlucks, and informational presentations. One of the highlights of the year is the senior luncheon in January featuring a free gourmet meal! For more information, contact Kim Cramer.