Clicking here goes to information on the icon.Welcome to the St. Luke Web Page.
Search the site.Listen to Father Borichevsky's restored radio programsSee What St. Luke Orthodox Church has planned.Visit and sign our guest book.Contact the St. Luke Orthodox Church Web Development Team.
Find something on the site in a hurry.
St. Lukes Orthodox Church Home PageDonate Now!Shop for Orthodox goods from your Computerchurchdirectory Pages that deal with St. Luke the Evangelist Orthodox Church. What's the news at St. Lukes.View all the previous and current Evangelist newsletters.View the Sunday bulletin.Information about St. Luke Orthodox Church including the Mission and Vision statements. Pages for 'keeping in touch' with God. Information on prayers and prayingView the prayer of the week and all other previos prayers of the week.Need to pray for something? What is the Orthodox Church and how/why do Orthodox Christians worship? What is the Orthodox Church of America?Who were the Saints, and why do we honor them?Find and explore many different liturgical texts we have available, including the Divine LiturgyWhat is Pascha?  See what it's like at St. Luke's.How is Orthodoxy playing a role in the present times?Learn what are icons and how are they used in the Orthodox Church today.BellsSee what we have to offer!Current Issues Pages for Organizations of St. Lukes. Christian Education, Youth Group, Music, Church Resource Center, Adult Education, and Junior Olympics.Maintenance, New Building, Strategic Planning, Cell Phone Tower, Inventory, Cemetery/Memorial Book, and Historian.Outreach, Charities, Internet, Evangelist Newsletter, Media, Prison, Sanctity of Life, and Mission.Liturgical, Altar Servers, Bell Ringers, Cemetery, Readers, Greeters, Choir, and Vestments.Fellowship, Supply Coordinator, Prayer, Women's Ministry, New Americans, Sunshinem, Flowers, and Vestments. Some stuff Study the bibleSearch the bibleOrthodoxy on the lighter side...Words of Wisdom...If you've got the taste for great Orthodox foods, this is the place to be.Children friendly section of the pageMessages

Adult Education

Director of Adult Education, Else Tennessen.

Name: Else Tennessen
Job: Director of Adult Education

As adults, it’s easy to be consumed by the cares of this life—jobs, family, chores, money, and worldly worries. The purpose of the adult education program is to remind us that there is more to this life, and to enable us to continue learning about God and growing in our faith and service to the King of all. Sometimes just the simple reading of a book on the Faith or sayings of the Church Fathers can be enough to keep us on the right path and encourage us not to give up—the Kingdom is here and is coming.

The current program consists of two main activities:

  1. An adult Bible study led by Lee Kopulos, and
  2. The Orthodox School of the Seventy, led by Else Tennessen.

The Bible study led by Lee Kopulos meets each Sunday after Liturgy. A book of the Bible is read, studied, and discussed. Lee prepares worksheets and directs the study with the help of Bible commentaries. The class is appropriate for adults 18 years and up. It’s lively and fun; don’t miss it! For more info, contact Lee at leekopulos(at)yahoo(d0t)com.

The School of the Seventy is a “study on your own” adult education program. Current activities include book reading programs, lectures, workshops, and more. Students can earn “credits” for what they do, and the student with the most credits at the end of the school term receives a school prize. The School is conducted online at Students do not have to be St. Luke members to participate. The School is open to all adults 18 years and older. For more info, contact Else Tennessen at else10(at)gmail(d0t)com.

Come join our Adult Education Program and bring a friend!

“I press on to take hold of that for which Christ Jesus took hold of me. Brothers, I do not consider myself yet to have taken hold of it. But one thing I do: Forgetting what is behind and straining toward what is ahead, I press on toward the goal to win the prize for which God has called me heavenward in Christ Jesus. All of us who are mature should take such a view of things.” –Philippians 3

Job Description

Responsible for the organization and implementation of the adult education program, setting up and monitoring church and home bible study groups. Informing and suggesting educational needs to Priest. Consulting with the CRC for educational materials and suggesting purchases.

Current Events & Information

The Orthodox School of the Seventy - Director Else Tennessen

What Is The School Of The Seventy?
Enrollment Form For The School Of The Seventy

Annual Report Archive