Worship in the season of Lent is always pointing us back to our baptism, which is the promise of God’s grace, the welcome into God’s family, and the invitation to life and death in Christ…
when innocent children and women and men are shot and killed on their own blocks, and in their own schoolyards, what does it mean for their families to turn the other cheek?
Each year, we invite you to help make ready for Easter at St. Luke’s by ordering some Easter flowers. This year, we’re excited to invite you to place your order and make your donation online! You don’t need to sign into Church Community Builder to do so because we’ve made a simple form you can fill
Since the fourth century, Lent has been a time when individuals preparing for baptism are instructed in the Christian faith. For those already baptized Lent offers opportunity to deepen our own spiritual practices and renew our own faith journeys.
“God’s word and sacramental gifts, accompanied by the prayers and presence of sisters and brothers in Christ, are also the means of grace for people in circumstances outside the primary worshipping assembly: in times of crisis, when confronting matters of sickness and health, in the time of dying and after death, and on many other
How did you become a Christian? Who passed on to you what they in turn had received from others? Who have been your teachers in the faith? Whose words, actions, witness or example have you followed as you practiced your faith?
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!
Midweek Worship continues in January and February on Thursday nights at 7:00 p.m…. Join us for song, silence, word, and testimony as we worship God in the good company of all the saints.
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
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.