we need someone (1 person) to pick up our seedlings sampler box on the morning of May 14th. Distribution of the boxes is from 10:00am to 11:00am.
This week’s social justice offering will go to Community Dinners, the meal program in Logan Square led by our own Christa Creps to feed the well-fed and under-fed with both food and community.
Every week at 5pm, we serve a meal and eat with our neighbors, the well-fed and the underfed.
Love is a messy, dirty, warm, inclusive mess and we invite you to join this mess called Community Dinners each Wednesday from 4:30 to 6:30PM at 2649 North Francisco. This isn’t charity, it’s our community.
Let’s Get Salty! …or The Truth About Ourselves by Chris Michaelis Texts: Isaiah 58:1-12 + Psalm 112:1-9 + 1 Corinthians 2:1-16 + Matthew 5:13-20 “You are salt.” “You are light.” These are pretty appropriate words for us to hear today in the midst of one of one of the worst winters in recent Chicago memory, right? A couple more hours of daylight would
by Dale Hoiberg St. Luke’s has a history of feeding people. Elijah’s Pantry continues its decades-long ministry of providing food to individuals from the Logan Square community who desperately need something to eat. Each Wednesday night, as well, anyone who is hungry, whether for food or interaction with other people, is welcome at the tables
Wheat Ridge Ministries, in collaboration with the Thrivent Financial for Lutherans Chicagoland Regional Office, recently awarded five grants from the Joshua Grant Program totaling $50,000. The Joshua Grant Program provides start-up funding and resources to Lutheran-affiliated congregations beginning new, bold and courageous ministries in their community. One of these generous grants was awarded to St.
Community Dinners is an organization for the community, by the community. Feeding people in a healthy, sustainable and community driven way is what makes us jump out of bed each morning. We will be feeding the underfed and and well fed in our neighborhood starting on July 17, 2013. As our work of hospitality, not