Thank you for promoting healing and wholeness in our neighborhood!
he knowledge that such a community exists—a community that will support me even when all else fails—has helped me to be brave in those moments when I’m not sure I’m going to make it or succeed.
God is empowering us to build a powerful church through these relationships…
A note from Claire Schoepp, Administrative Assistant I first heard about the Season of Creation when I began working at St. Luke’s. I’ve become pretty familiar with resources for this season over the past few years and have gone down the rabbit hole a bit, but it wasn’t until this year that I read the
On September 21, 2018, the council and call committee announced their unanimous recommendation that the congregation call Pastor Erin Coleman Branchaud to be St. Luke’s next pastor! Pastor Erin served as a fulltime intern at St. Luke’s during 2016-17, and as a part-time pastoral resident over the past year. In addition to frequently preaching and
Being organized and powerful is a good thing when we’re building up the Body of Christ and serving our neighbors.
Play spaces encourage us to shed some of our adherence to social constructs in order to experiment with how we perceive ourselves and how we interact with others.
We make way for the God
Of divergent authority
Who breaches monarchs from the chrysalis of suffering
Who speaks within our beating hearts,
Lifting angels from their ashen wings.
because there was a time
alongside all god’s creatures
also lived and felt and ached and died.
As an introduction to what will be available for ordering between services on September 16 & 23, we thought it would be fun to highlight 3 books that are exciting to Transitional Pastor Brooke as a pastor and psychotherapist.