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.
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.
However you recognize the arrival of fall, we hope you will join us for a month of celebrating the mission and ministry of St. Luke’s, most certainly a powerful church that transforms lives and changes the world!
Singing is something we all do – some may be good at it while others may think they’re not – but all of us can sing.
And when we come together the first thing we do is: SING!
Teaching and Learning in faith will continue to help our children navigate the world outside of our church. It is the work that God has called me to do.
Bipolar Faith: A Black Woman’s Journey with Depression and Faith To further our church’s commitment to mental health justice, St. Luke’s small group Women’s Weekly Wine and Word (W4) invites the congregation to participate in a book study of Bipolar Faith: A Black Woman’s Journey with Depression and Faith by Rev. Dr. Monica A. Coleman.
“I’m too fat.” Such a small thoughts or phrases that run through our heads that affect how we feel, interact with others, and go about our days. I don’t remember the first time I had a thought like this or when I started hating the way my body looked when I looked in the
We’ve become much more open about a lot of things over the years. I remember how my mother kept her diagnosis a secret from her best friend, because cancer was somehow regarded as shameful. Mental illness has long carried a similar stigma…