Everyone Is Welcome!St. Luke’s Lutheran Church of Logan Square is a congregation of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA). Founded in 1900, this congregation has been a home to residents of Logan Square for over 100 years. St. Luke’s welcomes the many, diverse communities that share this neighborhood. If you are a lifelong Lutheran,
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Sunday Morning Worship: 9am & 11am Holy Communion Every Sunday Worship is the heartbeat that feeds our life together as a community. Here we learn about God’s radical welcome extended to all people. We listen to the stories that have nurtured and shaped our faith. We share a meal that makes God present to us
Get Connected We gather in community outside of worship in a delightful variety of settings. There are opportunities to connect with one another through service, advocacy, education, friendship, and more. Use the tool below to explore the ways that you might like to connect. To see the widest range of groups, leave the drop-down menus
Erin Coleman Branchaud, Pastor Music@stlukesLS.org • (773) 350-5793 Bev Jedynak has been the primary musician at St. Luke’s since 2012, and was named “Cantor” in 2016. She was previously minister of music at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church of Chicago and before that spent 21 years as Cantor at Park View Lutheran Church – her home
We lament in particular the 300th death in Chicago due to violence this year including 13 deaths over Father’s Day weekend.
This love is not for idyllic times alone, but for facing into the faces of the powers and principalities that would limit our witness!
The Pride Parade is almost here and we get to celebrate that ALL are welcome in this place.
Hi everyone, On Monday, I attended the Lathrop Leadership Team meeting, where the TIF process was on the agenda. However, before I get to the TIF, the Lathrop Local Advisory Council (LAC) has planned a protest at the CHA Board Meeting on June 21. They will be protesting the elimination of 525 units of public