Our kids have started school, teachers are plugging away at their lesson plans, and little by little the city’s canopies are turning to crimson and rusted hues, but this year little about these ordinary Fall passages has been ordinary. And while St. Luke’s Council laments not gathering in the usual ways—especially for missing out on
For all the ways Elle has made our members feel “seen” by her ministry, and the ways Elle has likewise been shaped by the experiences and relationships (including navigating ministry during a pandemic!), St. Luke’s wishes Elle the best in her future endeavors.
“My heart is steadfast./ I will sing and make melody./ Awake my soul!” the psalmist exclaims in Psalm 57. As the pandemic ensues and our steadfastness becomes challenged, the St. Luke’s Council recognizes that many of us really miss singing and making music together in church. This August, Council extends its thanksgiving to the musicians
A Note from Pastor Erin: I’m excited to share with you plans for St. Luke’s to celebrate communion together, online on Zoom. Please join us on Sunday, August 23rd from 11:00-11:30 a.m. on Zoom for a brief service of Holy Communion. Online Worship will still be at 10:10 a.m. on Facebook as usual. If you’ve been
It is hard to believe that my internship year with St. Luke’s is coming to an end. Even before my start date, I knew that St. Luke’s was a special place. Your history, your support of students, your connections with the community, and your public witness have made you well-known within seminary circles and beyond.
July Thanksgiving As a church that calls people into community and equips them for service in the world, this month St. Luke’s Council gives thanksgiving for several closely connected members who recently embarked on new chapters in their life. Over the past several weeks, St. Luke’s has wished Farewell and Godspeed to Scott and Kenneth
Typically St. Luke’s follows the Revised Common Lectionary (RCL), a three year schedule of Biblical texts used by many mainline protestant churches in worship in the United States and Canada. The RCL reflects the liturgical calendar and the season of the church year, like Lent or Advent or Easter. The readings go along with the
Together we will cover a (re)introduction to preaching, explore creative homiletics, and use some fun exercises to practice together.
This year, we’re excited to include some locally purchased flowers and wildflowers in to the mix of our Easter Flowers at St. Luke’s! We are asking for a $10.00 donation to contribute to the flowers for Easter. Please fill out this form to submit your order. You can either pay now by credit/debit OR pay later
…three ways the Bible Study will help you grow closer to God during Lent.