It has been such a blessing to be with you at St. Luke’s this year as your full-time Pastoral Intern. I have been at St. Luke’s for just over 4 months now and have already learned a lot about the divine and my own pastoral identity by getting to know all of you. One of
As a way to kick-off events related to talking about aging and end of life, let’s read and discuss the bestselling book: Being Mortal: Medicine and What Matters in the End by Atul Gawande. Atul Gawande is a well-known surgeon and writer. What do people have to say about this book? “Riveting, honest, and humane, Being
The St. Luke’s Antiracism Ministry invites all who are interested to attend the next meeting at St. Luke’s on January 19th from 12:15 PM to 1:45 PM. On December 1st, the Ministry identified a need to develop a congregational mission statement to review from an antiracist perspective, a topic which we plan to revisit on
Hello! My name is Lora Salley. Some of you may know me already, as I have been a member at St. Luke’s for many years. However, I am writing to introduce myself in a new role, as a diaconal intern at St. Luke’s! I feel blessed to have discovered St. Luke’s shortly after Pastor Erik
During the season of Advent when we prepare for God to be born, we listen to the prophets of the past and present who offer us words of lament and hope. Fred Hampton is one example of these prophetic voices, and his words continue to have an urgent relevance for us today.
It’s poinsettia season at St. Luke’s. Fun fact: poinsettias are native to Mexico or maybe Egypt…. The price per plant is $10 payable upon ordering. Please fill out this form to submit your order. You can either pay now by credit/debit or pay later with a check or cash. Checks can be made out to
It was only after a few weeks of doing this that I realized how refreshing it was to not have to keep track of hours or payment, as I had for all my previous years of babysitting. Instead of ending the night with an exchange of money, we could share a little conversation or tea, and then one of them would watch me walk down the street til I got home. No bills passed through our hands, but the gifts of the evening were valuable to us all.
Observing All Saints Day helps us to lean into the liminal space always open to us through the sacraments in a way that connects us to our past, present, and future.
During the month of October we are concentrating our attention on generosity, with a particular focus on the ways that we talk or don’t talk about money. Is there a story you have to share this month about the times that the narrative or the fear of scarcity made it hard to notice the abundance
by Marit Johnson on behalf of the Generosity Network It seems strange that fall is already here. Summer work hours have ended; vacations are over; and school has started. As summer ends, St. Luke’s is looking forward to new seasons, including another season of Growing in Generosity. The Generosity Network is starting to plan for