You were made for relationship – relationship with God and with others! For many at St. Luke's small groups are the place where they connect with others, grow in faith, and build strong friendships that can last a lifetime.

Small groups are a place where you can:

  • Meet new people and make new friends
  • Get connected to a large church in a smaller setting
  • Grow in your faith through study and prayer
  • Experience fellowship and fun
  • Serve one another and serve together in the community
  • Support one another as you share in life’s joys, struggles, and everyday moments

Groups are generally formed around the location where they meet, the meeting day, or the stage of life of group members. There are groups meeting all around the area on almost every day of the week. We have a group for you!

Contact our Director of Small Groups, Don Duquette at 818-248-6494, dond@electrocube.com to help you get started.

MONDAYS

6:30-8:30p.m. Contact: Steve or Kathy Cavander at (818) 248-5682 or skcav@msn.com.  Meets at the Cavanders' home for fellowship and study.  

 

Tuesdays

7-9 p.m. Women. Contact:  Mana Holman at manaholman@gmail.com. Meets at various homes for fellowship & study.                     

7-9 p.m. Contact:  Don or Sue Duquette at (818) 248-6494 or dsduquet@sbcglobal.net.  Group meets in the Duquette home for fellowship and study.

7-8:30 p.m. Women. Contact:  Fran Mead at (818) 249-2626 or franmead@sbcglobal.net.  This multi-generational gathering of women (aka Love Ladies) meets in Sue Ray's home in La Canada for fellowship and study.

 

Wednesdays

Wednesdays, 6-8 p.m. Young Families Contact:  Patrick Bourckel at patrick@stlukesanglican.org. Meets for dinner and evening prayer.

 

Thursdays

Thursdays, 7-8:15 a.m. Men. Contact: Don Duquette at dsduquet@sbcglobal.net or (818) 248-6494.  This group is meeting at St. Luke's Anglican Church's Office for fellowship and study. 

Thursdays, 6:30-8:30 p.m. Contact: Russell Meals at rcmeals@att.net or (626) 576-7711. Group meets for fellowship and study.

 

Saturdays

Saturdays, 7:30-9:00 a.m. Men. Contact: Jonathan Mills at (323) 913-3795 or vunden@att.net.  This group meets at the St. Luke's Anglican Church Office early Saturday mornings for fellowship and study.  

 

Sundays

Sundays. Young Families' Fellowship. Contact Kathy Putman @ (626) 755-5117 or kathyputman@gmail.com. This group for young families meets Sundays after church for study and prayer, with a fellowship gathering on the first Sunday of the month.

 

 

BIBLE STUDY SUGGESTIONS

#1 “Genesis: Promised Land Living” Christianity Today Intl. – Study Through the Bible Series. FIVE MEATY STUDIES – How do we take-hold of the promises of God / “take the land”. How do we follow God wherever he leads, move forward in-faith, and realize God’s promises. Fr. Rob would really like to promote this one as being exceptionally timely for St. Luke’s. This study appears to have significant tie-in with our upcoming season of Christian Stewardship emphasis. This study is available at no charge from our SLAC office – contact us for more information.

 

#2 N.T. Wright – 1st Corinthians – 13 Studies for Individualsand Groups.  The ancient church in Corinth was placed in a very cosmopolitan / worldly setting.  Our modern setting / circumstances pose similar challenges for the church today.  Review / purchase this on-line or otherwise from the usual sources (Amazon / Christianbooks / Other).

 

#3 Todd Hunter – “Christianity Beyond Belief: Following Jesus for the Sake of Others”  A book based study.  How shall Christians live a life derived from and lived within the Kingdom of GOD, as cooperative friends and followers of Jesus Christ, living constant lives of creative-goodness, for the sake of others, through the power of the Holy Spirit, How shall we communicate the Gospel (of the Kingdom) / evangelize to a late/post-modern cultural context.  Review / purchase this on-line or otherwise from the usual sources (Amazon / Christianbooks / Other).