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Intergenerational Ministry Calendar

In the next week or so households at St. Luke’s with children be receiving a note from Children’s Minister Carmen Kinglsey with a couple enclosed resources including the calendar below. The calendar, below, however, is for everyone at St. Luke’s. You are all invited to grow in faith and community together through Intergenerational Ministries this

flour, water, salt, yeast

WORSHIP IN AUGUST: FLOUR, WATER, SALT, YEAST Four simple ingredients, combined with care and experience, kneading and heat, create the staple food that is at the center of worship in August: BREAD. Since ancient times, human beings have related to the divine through this basic necessity of our diets. Manna rains down from heaven on the

Wishes for the Church

A Reflection on the Birthday Party for the Church by Children’s Minister Carmen Kingsley This spring, as I began to imagine possible intergenerational activities for the coming, warmer season, I heard about some churches who were planning Pentecost Birthday celebrations.  How fun!  After a couple of conversations with St. Luke’s council members and Pastor Hope,

May Thanksgivings:

Since August 2020, St. Luke’s has had the gift of ministering and learning alongside Seminarian Kelsey Johnson. Kelsey has served as a Ministry in Context student—leading worship, preaching, and carrying out a project “Communion in a Late-Stage Pandemic.” This May, St. Luke’s Council gives thanks for Kelsey’s ministry in our community, and especially for her brave commitment to lead