“The act of repentance is a turning away from former actions that lead to death, division and destruction and called into a new relationship that breaths and gives life. I hope this call for action leads us to see the injustices, disadvantages and absence of relationships across race in both congregational life and society,” said Roberts.
by Joe Scarry. On Tuesday, June 5, members of St. Luke’s, together with representatives of the Chicago Consultation, Chicago Coalition of Welcoming Churches, Gay Liberation Network (GLN) Chicago, and other friends met at St. Luke’s with Judith Kotzé and Ingrid Schoonraad from Inclusive and Affirming Ministries (IAM) in South Africa [LINK: http://iam.org.za/ ]. IAM advocates
Children who are potty-trained through the 5th grade are invited to participate in a Vacation Bible School program called, “Flawed and Forgiven: Ordinary People/Extraordinary God.” This program will look at Biblical characters and uncover God’s steadfast, trans-formative, and never-ending love. In addition, this program provides a great opportunity for your children to explore their faith
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