This Sunday our five-week Season of Creation draws to a close with a commemoration of Francis of Assisi (Oct. 4) and our annual blessing of animals. At St. Luke’s we invite all the dogs and cats and rabbits and guinea pigs (leashed and/or caged, as appropriate) into the sanctuary with us to share in our
Wicker Park Lutheran Church‘s Seventh Annual World’s Largest Potluck will be happening at the church on Saturday, September 24, from 6pm to 10pm. In addition an incredible array of delectable homemade dishes, the evening will feature a casserole contest, an Oreo stacking contest, special children’s activities (including music, face painting, and games), and dancing to
Thanks to a gift from a friend of St. Luke’s, we now have a new set of communion vessels that will make their debut in worship this coming Sunday, September 11, 2011. These communion vessels were created in LaPointe, Wisconsin by Deena Schuppe at Woods Hall Studio & Gallery and commissioned by the ELCA for
This Sunday, September 11, 2011 marks the 10th anniversary of the attacks on the United States that claimed the lives of nearly 3,000 people and changed the course of our nation in ways that we do not fully understand. People’s memories of that day are different, as are our reactions to the events that followed.
Members of St. Luke’s Lutheran Church of Logan Square and Luther Memorial Church in Lincoln Square are invited to take part in a Habitat for Humanity build beginning Saturday, October 1st. There is room for six workers from each congregation on that day’s team, and you can indicate your interest in participating on the facebook
This Sunday is our annual fall Rally / Homecoming / kick-off Sunday. Check out the video below, which prods us to think about some of the reasons our closest friends, neighbors or co-workers may stay away from church. Have you ever had any of these thoughts? Do you know someone who might be longing for
This Sunday we will once again participate in a citywide day of prayer and worship focusing on the needs and rights of laborers. This day of prayer is part of Interfaith Worker Justice’s (IWJ) “Labor in the Pulpits / On the Bimah / In the Minbar” program. Our guest preacher this weekend is Ms. Honna