Spiritual growth is a lifelong commitment.

Once we begin the journey, it’s only normal to think, “What’s next?” We would love to be a part of helping you find a spiritual path forward that works for you. Here are some options.

New Here? This 30-minute session is for anyone who wants to learn a little more about our church and decide what your next steps to getting involved will look like. To learn more, or to schedule your first visit, contact Terri Coe, Director of New Here Ministry, by email or phone 317-846-3404 x308.

We believe small groups are an amazing way to deepen your faith while making new friendships and connecting with others. Each group is designed so that you can study, serve and care for one another. If you’re looking to meet people and develop relationships, this is the way to go. Watch for  special opportunities during Lent and Advent when new groups will be forming to dive deeper into these significant Christian seasons. Many groups are open to new members throughout the year, though, so don’t worry about waiting for a “special time!”

If you’re a “people person” you might feel ready to be part of our Guest Experience Team that welcomes folks to St. Luke’s. It’s not always easy stepping into a new church; this team exists to make that experience relaxed and comfortable for guests. Contact Terri Coe, Director of New Here, by email or phone 317-846-3404 x308 to learn more.

SERVE with other St. Luke’s people by joining a volunteer team in a short or longer-term Outreach project. Contact Andrea Leadford, Coordinator of Outreach by email or phone 317-846-3404 x305 to learn more about all of our serving opportunities.

Perhaps you've been part of a faith community for a long time but are new to St. Luke's. We would love to help you find opportunities that will meet you exactly where you are. To learn more about adult learning opportunities contact Eric Burton-Krieger, Executive Pastor by email or phone 317-846-3404 x312. We are excited for what's next in your life at St. Luke’s!