BackStage Family Reunion

St. Luke’s Lutheran Church of Logan Square is proud to have a vibrant relationship with our Artist in Residence, BackStage Theater Company.  BackStage Theatre Company is a not-for-profit ensemble of theatre artists dedicated to the exploration of family. Through the creation of bold and eclectic productions, BackStage questions and examines what family means socially, spiritually,

IAM at St. Luke's: Making the Chicago-South Africa Connection

by Joe Scarry. On Tuesday, June 5, members of St. Luke’s, together with representatives of the Chicago Consultation, Chicago Coalition of Welcoming Churches, Gay Liberation Network (GLN) Chicago, and other friends met at  St. Luke’s with Judith Kotzé and Ingrid Schoonraad from Inclusive and Affirming Ministries (IAM) in South Africa [LINK: http://iam.org.za/ ]. IAM advocates

International Voices for Humanity & the Planet: Unite! Inspire! Resist! An Evening of Arts to Oppose NATO

On May 18 at 7:00 pm, World Can’t Wait will be sponsoring an evening of arts and music here at St. Luke’s.  The evening is entitled, “International Voices for Humanity & the Planet: Unite! Inspire! Resist!  An Evening of Arts to Oppose NATO.”  Singer/songwriter David Rovics headlines an evening of story, poetry, inspiration, resistance to

Ascension Sunday: What Will We Lift Up?

by Joe Scarry As a reminder — our permit to assemble for worship in Palmer Square was pulled earlier this week because of the NATO summit.  Therefore, we’re gathering on the green space at Kimball Avenue Church’s property at Kimball and Medill at 10:30am on Sunday, May 20th. This year on Palm Sunday, St. Luke’s