“For when we set our minds on divine things, when we do take up our cross for the sake of Jesus, and the sake of the gospel, for when we step into the boldness of the journey of lent, we find hope in the midst of this suffering. “
in today’s gospel
we encounter a Jesus
who uses water to redefine what relationships might be.
We’re getting ready for Pentecost here at St. Luke’s and beginning to think about flowers to mark the occasion. We’ll be ordering a variety of flowers this year in hot colors to remind us of Holy Spirit’s presence with us. The price per order is $10.00 payable upon ordering. We will be purchasing a variety of flowers.
At St. Luke’s, we are blessed to have gifted preachers who are willing to help us open the scriptures each week. A few of our preachers are seminary students like Reed Fowler who wrote a powerful sermon given on March 18th. We invite you read visit their blog and check it out: a sermon on
Pave the Way
In honor of Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day, we wanted to share with you a poem written by Charlotte Anliker: God is a She by Charlotte Anliker God is a she Like me! She gets passed over for promotions at work “That’s okay” They tell God “You wouldn’t want to be more successful
“For the message of the cross is absurdity to those who are headed for ruin, but to us who are experiencing salvation, it is the power of God.” 1 Corinthians 1:18 Having read a fair number of mystery novels in my lifetime, I am quite often the annoying person who can name, within just a
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
Sitting down at my desk to prepare my testimony, I noticed a cord sitting next to the pile of receipts I need to go through. On the other side of the receipts are my tax documents, which remind me that I need to start on my taxes. But the cord: the cord I borrowed from
However long it takes to make something a tradition and however much work it takes to make something a living and ever shifting tradition so it breathes life, joy, and hope into people weary of short days and long nights, chill in the air, and wearing snow boots…well that’s how long St. Luke’s has been