If you remember…. Typewriters…mimeographs…pay phones…VCR’s…instamatic cameras…45 records…then WE WANT YOU! Several of us at St. Luke’s do remember these things (and first run episodes of “The Mary Tyler Moore” show or the original first “Star Wars” movie!). If you are one who has experienced the above, then please come and join us… When: a
Five centuries ago monk and academic Martin Luther stood up to say the Church can do better. Today that’s still the case.
This Sunday, January 29th at 9:00 a.m., St. Luke’s holds our Annual Congregational Meeting. Following the Annual Congregational Meeting, there will be only ONE Joint Worship Service at 10:30 a.m. We look forward to seeing you there!
The Logan Square Ecumenical Alliance (LSEA), of which St. Luke’s is a founding member, has been selected by the faculty of the Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago (LSTC) to receive their annual “Community of the Cross” award.
As we move into a new time of giving testimony, we will be splitting the Time after Epiphany into two themes…
Finally, in the 35th ward, we may find the promise of “room at the inn” – housing justice and development that prioritizes people over profit. With this action, LSEA celebrates the hope of “room at the inn,” even while we continue to demand full public/affordable housing justice.
December 24 4PM People of all ages are welcome to this joint Christmas Eve service with our ecumenical neighbors. The children of our congregations have special focus and participation, as together we retell the Christmas story and celebrate Christ’s coming among us. 9PM On a long winter evening we gather to proclaim the coming of
This year, we have numerous opportunities for members of all ages, experiences and backgrounds to serve at St. Luke’s. You can nominate as many people as you see fit for each position on our online Church Community Builder (CCB) nomination form.
As our first midweek worship service coincides with the global observance of World AIDS Day, we will gather this Thursday, December 1st at 7pm to remember those we have lost, and to draw strength from the witness of those whose determination and perseverance continue to change the world for good.
After our campaign to support the work of the Center for Changing Lives wraps up in December, we will start a new campaign focused on social justice issues impacting the LGBTQ community. There are many opportunities to explore. What organizations will we engage and support? What type of advocacy do we want to promote? What type of service work should we do?