St. Luke’s is deeply connected to the Lutheran Volunteer Corps (LVC). We have members and friends who have spent time as a part of LVC. We are also the sponsoring congregation for LVC’s Casa Romero. If you don’t know much about LVC, check out their website or better yet, check out their annual fundraiser at
St. Luke’s will also welcome the volunteers at an upcoming worship service.
Each month, St. Luke’s collects a special Justice Offering, in addition to the regular offering, during the service on the first Sunday of the month. The Justice Offering is donated to a designated organization or cause. On August 2, the Justice Offering will be collected on behalf of Lutheran Volunteer Corps (LVC). St. Luke’s is
Lutheran Volunteer Corps (Building Community, Working for Justice, Living Simply and Sustainably) Please join us at our 2013/’14 fundraiser to support and celebrate this year’s Chicago volunteers! Your $30 ticket provides entrance into Revolution Brewery’s lovely “Brewer’s Lounge,” the upstairs bar and seating area, which will be reserved for our event. Here we will toast
by Erika Dornfeld We give religious people the tools to become good stewards of the Earth. – Faith in Place Faith in Place is unlike many environmental organizations in that it does not operate in a doom-and-gloom sort of way. Of course, the environment and the devastation it faces are taken very seriously. But though
by Kate Fritz As the new academic year begins, St. Luke’s will help welcome recent graduates participating in Lutheran Volunteer Corps (LVC) here in Chicago. It will be an important moment for those volunteers, and an important moment for St. Luke’s! During my participation in LVC in 2008, I served as a volunteer coordinator with