Luke's Online

During this time, we are all challenged to stay connected and even look at how we live out of faith in many ways.

Luke’s Online is simply our way of helping people find and give hope through Jesus Christ, virtually!  While we’d love to see you in person, this gives anyone anywhere in the world the opportunity to be active in our online community.  See below for more information on ways to Worship, Grow and Go in your Faith.
More information will be added to this page almost daily, so please be sure to check back soon!

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Holy Week schedule:

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Maundy Thursday - We will hold a short online service at 7PM. Plan to have your own communion elements ready—pieces of bread (or crackers) and juice or wine. We will do a virtual consecration of the elements.
Good Friday - Services will be held online at noon and 7PM.
AnchorPoint will be held next SATURDAY at 8:30AM, 2:30, 6:30 and 8:30PM
Easter - We will be broadcasting both Traditional and Contemporary services simultaneously at 8, 9:30 and 11:15AM, and at 4 and 7PM. 

Sunday Video Announcements

To see our latest Sunday morning video announcements, click here.

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If you don't already receive Pastor Rob's weekly e-newsletter on Fridays, we would love to make sure you see it. Just let us know here that you would like to see it in your inbox and we'll be happy to include you!

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To be part of a Lenten Small Group experience led by Pastor Rob on Wednesday nights from 6:15 - 7:30PM, click here

pastor's WEDNESDAY morning book STUDY

Take time this Lent to re-imagine the way you relate to God. With by Skye Jethani Study, invites us to explore and change the different ways we interact with God and helps us understand what it means to live in true communion with Him. The group begins at 10AM on Wednesdays - March 25 (chapters 1-5), April 1 (chapters 6 & 7) and April 8 (chapters 8 & 9). Join the video call by clicking here.

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Anchor Point

A new Bible Study, sort of like adult Sunday School, has been created during this online-only worship period. Easter weekend it will be streamed on Saturday, at 8:30AM, 2:30, 6:30 and 8:30PM. It is typically offered at 8:45AM, 12:15, 3:15 and 6:15PM on Sundays. This will be led by a variety of pastors and you can join us on Sunday on our Watch Live page.
To view all prior AnchorPoint sessions, click here.

Stations of the cross - Images of jesus

Pilgrims for centuries have journeyed to Jerusalem to walk in the final footsteps of Jesus along the Via Delorosa, the Way of the Cross. During the Crusades it was not safe to go to Jerusalem so villages in Europe began to create 14 Stations to tell the story of Jesus last journey, from his meeting with Pilate to his burial in the tomb. Almost every Catholic Church in the world has the Stations of the Cross displayed. These traditional stations have been adapted for the St. Luke’s community. Using some of the art we have in the Jesus Gallery, our Stations of the Cross is moving online this year. Questions for meditation are available along with the images.


An online faith community for women that meets via Facebook Live Thursday nights at 9PM. To join this group click here.

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Emotional and Spiritual Care Hotline: If you would like to speak with someone from our Care Team during this stressful time, please call 317-643-2293 between 8:30AM and 5PM, Monday - Friday. 

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Facebook Group

Parents, would you like to connect with other St. Luke's moms and dads during this time and pick each other's brains? if so, join our Facebook group for support and a few extra ideas on ways to help your teens handle the new normal.

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A fantastic way to keep your 7th grader occupied is to have them keep up-to-date on their Confirmation assignments.

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Bible Challenge

Beginning March 22, we are offering a daily Bible Challenge for our youth. It's a great way to not only to stay busy, but also get them into the Word, reading through the New Testament in 40 days!

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Email Heather Kenison for more information


Email Travis Bannon for more information


Looking for meaningful spiritual practices as a family this upcoming Easter season?! We are holding a 24-hour prayer vigil from Good Friday through Holy Saturday (April 10-11), and the best part is that it will happen right in your home! We are looking for 24 families to signup for a 1-hour slot, so that we have someone praying for 24 hours consecutively. If you signup, we will provide you with a guide that help you know what to pray for and gives some helpful prayer exercises. Make the most of this time in the home by creating a meaningful family prayer event! Signup here.

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Easter Celebration-zoom

Join us via Zoom on April 11 at 10AM with your preschool and elementary children for a time to gather, listen to the Easter story, and play games together via Zoom. To register click here.

Facebook Group

We all need a little extra support right now, so why not get it from other St. Luke's families, experiencing exactly what you're going through? Become a part of our Facebook Group for families of littles here.

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Children's Easter Scavenger Hunt

Beginning Sunday, April 5th, children can create Easter eggs for their front window (click here for the template), then for EGGstra fun, use our Easter Scavenger Hunt List to search for our special St. Luke's eggs and other springtime sights while walking or driving around your neighborhood! Tag @stlukesumc or #stlukeskids so the church can join in on the fun! Add your home to the Central Indiana egg hunt at Indy with Kids


We will be sending a weekly Sunday newsletter and mid-week newsletter to parents with engaging activities that go along with the included video Bible Story for both Elementary and Preschool children. Let us know if you'd like to be added to our email list here.


Looking for ideas for praying with your children, early years and elementary Christian crafts and activities? Check out our new Pinterest page for things you can do while the kids are home to help them learn even more about their Christian faith.

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So many of you are looking for ways that you can be in service to those in our community right now. The following document offers many of the opportunities that we have heard are most pressing right now and many of them are with some of our important St. Luke's Partners. We are truly in this together and we appreciate your generosity in so many ways! 

Ways You Can Serve During Covid-19


Home-bound Helpers

If you love to shop, this opportunity is for you! We are putting together a team that will shop for groceries and medications for St. Lukers who aren't able to leave their homes. To serve you must be under 55 years old. Please email us for more information and to volunteer. 


Signed, Sealed and Delivered

Do you have a gift for writing notes? As we begin an effort to reach out and keep in touch with seniors and others in our community who are home-bound, we would love your help. If you'd like to volunteer to serve on this team, register here.