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I have the special privilege to bear witness to this part of St. Luke’s journey as community, but also to look at our archives and imagine the world through the eyes of those who boldly served God and neighbor in our collective past.
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September 4, 2015 The closing process is moving along well between St. Luke’s and New Community. All surveys and inspections have passed and the attorney review is near completion. Closing documents are being drawn up and we have agreed on a closing date of October 1st. Our last worship service will be Sunday the 25th
The interim space working group will meet again on Wednesday, August 12th at 7:00 pm at St. Luke’s. All are welcome!
As a community we grieve and pray “may perpetual light shine upon him” at the death of Charles E. Pace. Charles was received by St. Luke’s by Affirmation of Faith in September of 2010. He died at age 85 on June 5, 2015 peacefully within weeks of a pancreatic cancer diagnosis with caregiver and friend Marco at his
The show opens this Saturday, June 13th, at 7:30pm, and runs through Sunday, July 19th, with Thursday, Friday, and Saturday performances at 7:30pm, and Sunday matinee performances at 2:00pm.
The Lutheran Choir of Chicago presents “Sing to God” on Saturday May 30th at 7pm here at St. Luke’s. The concert will include works by Haydn, Diemer, Argento, & Hogan. Artistic Director & Conductor: Wilbert O. Watkins Tickets cost $10 in advance and $15 at the door Or are Free if you contact Claire in
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.