The interim space survey results are in! We had a good number of responses that allowed the interim space committee to get a sense of the congregation’s desires and hopes for our next space are.
St. Luke’s is hosting a potluck on Sept. 13th for our “Telling Our Story” workshop after service. We will be sharing our own stories of starting something new, and what “treasures” we can bring with us to the new worship space. The W4 (Women’s Weekly Wine & Word) group is hosting the potluck, and will provide the main dish.
As we start to prepare to pack up the building there are two ways you can help. We need volunteers to help pack up areas of the church. On Saturday September 19 we will be working in the Parish House from 9-1. On Saturday October 3 we will be working in Haberland Hall from 9-1.
As St. Luke’s considers where to go for our temporary space next, we want to hear your feelings about some of the choices before us. To do just that, we’ve created a brief survey to gather your input – it should take just about 5 minutes to complete.
In the coming weeks, the group will be sending an email survey to the worshiping community of St. Luke’s to gather opinions/interest in the types of options we have available to us.
On Sunday, October 18th St. Luke’s will be welcoming new members into the congregation during worship.
The Foot Doctor will be here on August 25 from 1:00pm-2:30pm.
Parish Nurse Marie Claire Narcisse, RN, is particularly good at connecting people to together that resources are shared. Her work in bringing the foot doctors to clients here at St. Luke’s Lutheran Church of Logan Square has been a great benefit to the community. She has now connected with dentists through Heartland Health Outreach. These dentists offer
The Young Women’s Bible Study is getting ready for its August events. They hope that you can join them. They’re also looking for a host for an event earlier in the month since right now their events are on the later end. They will resume evening bible studies come September! To volunteer to host, to RSVP, to get
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