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Holy Week 2020

Welcome to the week that the church has set aside to remember the mystery of Christ’s passion, death, and resurrection. It gives me great strength and wonder to know that even as our world faces global crisis–pandemic exacerbated by pre-existing injustice–Christians around the world this week will open their Bibles, gather around their computer screens, sing across alleyways, and recite from memory the story that has always been the sure foundation of our faith…

St. Luke’s schedule and COVID-19

This evening the staff and council made the difficult decision to adjust our schedule of worship and activities. We do not do this in fear. We do this out of an abundance of caution in an effort to “flatten the curve” of the spread of COVID-19 and in solidarity with healthcare workers and those most vulnerable to infection…

National Blood Donor Month

by Pastoral Intern Elle Dowd January is National Blood Donor Month, a time where we recognize the importance of donating blood. Blood donation is meaningful for my family on a personal level.  In 2011, my spouse Adam contracted Malaria after visiting our children in Sierra Leone. You can read more about that experience here (https://dowdsermonizing.wordpress.com/2018/02/09/love-is-strong-as-death/).