During this school year, it has been wonderful to watch the children grow in their understanding of who Jesus is, to welcome additional children to communion with us, and to learn how we can carry out Jesus’ hopes for the world…
PENELOPE, O PENELOPE is a modern chamber tragicomedy inspired by Homer’s Odyssey. In this new translation by Artistic Director Melissa Lorraine, Dinah awaits her husband’s return from war after twenty years, with a vengeful suitor hungry at her door. Elias—the war-riddled, hero-turned-vagabond—searches for redemption from his bloodshed and a way home from spirits and memories alike. The production employs shadow, dance, language and architecture to ask how long love lasts…and at what cost.
Queer Contra Dance Chicago will hold its next dance on Saturday, April 25 2015 from 6:00-9:00pm in the community hall at St. Luke’s Lutheran Church of Logan Square, located at 2649 N. Francisco Ave, Chicago, near the Blue Line Logan Square stop. Contra dance is a form of folk dance, similar to square dancing, but with lines of dancers rather than squares. This dance will feature live music by Common Taters performing dance music from the British Isles. The caller will be Maggie Jo Saylor.
St. Luke’s Young Women’s Bible Study (YWBS) has some dates coming up: Thursday, April 9th from 7-9pm Lorraine Burke’s House Please bring a dish to share or bottle of wine. Thursday, April 30th from 7-9pm SommerAnn’s house Please bring a dish to share or a bottle of wine
…Through interviews and discussions, experts weigh in on how to help families cope with the feelings of grief and loss that often begin at the time one of these progressive illnesses is diagnosed….
On Sunday, March 1, members gathered in Haberland Hall for lunch, fellowship and to discuss developments since our January 25 vote to authorize sale of our property….
by Pat O’Donel Writer Richard Foster once wrote, “Superficiality is the curse of our age. The doctrine of instant satisfaction is a primary spiritual problem. The desperate need today is not for a greater number of intelligent people, or gifted people, but for deep people.” Another author, Henri Nouwen wrote, “To live a spiritual life
St. Luke’s Young Women’s Bible Study meets about every other Thursday for fellowship, food, and study. Please see the dates below or more information:
Imagine how much more ministry could happen if our congregation had a team of well-trained lay caregivers equipped to careprovide one-to-one Christian care to people who need it.
We already care for each other. Let’s continue to grow that part of our community & equip us for more ministry.
On Saturday, May 9th in Chicago, there is a training session at Third Baptist Church of Chicago, 1551 W 95th St, Chicago, IL 60643.
Pastor Erik is looking to see who might be interested. Please contact him with any interest you may have
All members and friends of the congregation are encouraged to attend monthly St. Luke’s at a Crossroads conversations following worship. These lunch-time discussions will give us the opportunity to continue the dialogue surrounding our congregation’s next steps. As a result of the vote to sell the property at the Annual Meeting, the working committees and