Our Sunday Nursery offers welcoming, loving and safe childcare for members and visitors while they worship with us on Sunday. St. Luke’s employs a loving, responsible and well-trained childcare staff, who are annually certified by the American Heart Association in CPR and First Aid. Our staff also participate in continuing education classes in child development, safety, and sanitation, among others.
Our 2s – Kindergarten children learn to connect with their friends, teachers and God through hands-on Bible stories, scripture, music and activities.
Each week our 1st and 2nd graders explore many different ways to develop a deeper relationship with Jesus Christ, as well as with their peers and adult leaders.
Sunday Adventures is a rotation-style Sunday School program that teaches our 3rd-5th grade students many ways of looking at a particular Bible story. Therefore, children learn a handful of Bible stories very well, building a good base that will stick with them.
On Sunday mornings, we serve our families with children with special needs by giving them a care team. Each Sunday, one of our Kids Pals attends Sunday School with the child while the parents attend worship or Sunday School.
Our Children’s Music Ministry creates opportunities for early musical exploration and builds a foundation for good singing. choirs are available for ages PreK through fifth grade. Children’s choirs rehearse on Sunday afternoons.
Our Sunday School Socials are monthly events that bring families together for fun and friendship after the Sunday School hour. These events include family-friendly activities like:
Lunch with Friends
If you are interested in hosting a social for any age level from 2 year olds through 5th grade, please contact Christy Dulaney at firstname.lastname@example.org or 713-402-5042.
“My children love the socials! They are always wanting to stay and play with new friends after Sunday School, and this makes it easy. My husband and I also enjoy meeting other parents with young children. It’s a fun, relaxed way to connect with your church family.” Rachel M.