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Serving Our Neighbors, Transforming Society

We are sent out to do God’s work in the world. We are transformed by radical welcome, by the stories of our faith, and by the real presence of God - and that transformation means that not only our lives, but also our communities and our world must look different. When we work for justice, we enact God’s love in public. When we work for justice, we conspire with God in the work of ever re-creating, sustaining, and redeeming all of creation.

Justice work at St. Luke’s takes many forms. We engage directly with our neighbors in need as volunteers with service providers. We attend city council meetings and partner with grassroots community organizations. And we march through the streets in public witness to God’s love in the face of injustice.

Justice Posts

  • Watch these videos | Anti-Racism Ministry

    Watch these videos | Anti-Racism Ministry

    Sunday, August 11 is the beginning of a new chapter at St Luke's.  We will enter an intentional, long term process of discernment as we determine: How do we transform ourselves into an antiracist congregation? What does that look like? How do we get there? And why?
  • Anti-Bias, AntiRacist Education Workshop

    Anti-Bias, AntiRacist Education Workshop

    This summer, St. Luke’s is inviting you to join in the anti-racism work of the church in a variety of ways. Sarena Griffin, Francisco Herrera, & Claire Schoepp are excited to invite you to think about anti-racism work with children. The three of us and a few others are in the very early stages ofRead More
  • Join our Beginning of Summer Book Study

    Join our Beginning of Summer Book Study

    Through anecdotes, poetry, scripture, and plenty of humor, Nadia Bolz-Weber calls us (in the spirit of Martin Luther) to reject these outdated and toxic themes. Instead, she offers a gospel that frees us from that harm and celebrates the inherent goodness we and our bodies possess.
  • We need your help with the Mental Health Campaign!

    We need your help with the Mental Health Campaign!

    Thank you for promoting healing and wholeness in our neighborhood! 
  • Abandon Societal Expectations: A Play Workshop

    Abandon Societal Expectations: A Play Workshop

    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.