Up to then I had gone through the motions of going to church to please my mother. But after going through all that, my faith really became substantial to me. The last time I was in the hospital I found this little prayer that fit me to a “T”….
We are currently in the worst refugee crisis of our time. Perhaps you have been asking how you, how we, might be able to help. RefugeeOne wants to help us discover some answers and places to start. There are a myriad of ways our congregation could help.
St. Luke’s Young Women’s Bible Study (YWBS) has some dates coming up: Thursday, April 9th from 7-9pm Lorraine Burke’s House Please bring a dish to share or bottle of wine. Thursday, April 30th from 7-9pm SommerAnn’s house Please bring a dish to share or a bottle of wine
….God’s revelation and promise comes to us in the wilderness…..
This 6-week adult forum series will give us a chance to return to some basic themes of Christian faith, practice and identity — hopefully folding new people into our weekly conversations as we all explore questions about how the faith that is in us impacts how we live our life together as a church, and as God’s people in the wider world.
As we return to the familiar rhythms of fall, a time many of us associate with classrooms and school, I’d like to invite you to consider finding a book to read with other members of St. Luke’s. Below you’ll find some of my recommendations, based on topics I’ve heard bubbling up around the congregation and themes I’ve spotted in our life together. In years past I’ve often picked the book and then waited to see who was interested. This time around I’m encouraging you to sign up for books you’d like to read, and once we get four or five people who’ve indicated an interest, we’ll pull you together and help you decide when you’d like to read the book, how often you’d like to meet, where you’d prefer to gather, and how the conversation will be facilitated.
Two Questions from our Resident Interlocutor I received three questions (all of them very good) since the first installment of “ASK GREG” and I will get to them starting next week. This week, however, I will reverse the normal flow and I will ask two questions. (Every now and then “GREG ASKS” will be the theme.)
Adult Education and Faith Formation St. Luke Lutheran Church, Logan Square 9:00 am Sunday September 29, 2013 by Greg Singleton “ALL” is a small word that implies “HUMONGOUS.” A 16th-century hymn begins “ALL people that on earth do dwell. . .” At the time that hymn was composed the population of our planet was an
by Erika Dornfeld “But let justice roll down like waters, and righteousness like an ever-flowing stream.” — The prophet Martin Luther King, Jr., “I Have a Dream” speech “But let justice roll down like waters, and righteousness like an ever-flowing stream.” — The prophet Amos, Amos 5:24, NRSV Today, our world is full of prophets, who speak a word
Sundays, October 14 – November 11, 9-10 am This is a five week seminar that will explore how and why we worship, the meanings behind key aspects of worship, and how worship shapes and is shaped by by each of us. Weekly topics will include: Why do we worship?, Encountering God in Word, Encountering God