St. Luke’s celebrates the close of the Christmas season with sharing meals together in members homes.
I am here today, declaring my membership among you, as someone who is excited for future possibilities; as someone who is grieving and heartbroken; as someone who is still deeply uncomfortable with my Christian-identity and as someone with a thirst for justice and radical change in our community and the world.
Join the Community Renewal Society for celebration, worship, music, the launching of the 50th Anniversary of the Chicago Freedom Movement, and more…at the Annual Membership Assembly.
The next meeting of the LSEA will take place on Tuesday, August 25, at 6:30 pm. St. Luke’s (2701 N. Francisco) offered to host the meeting. Once again, everyone is encouraged to bring food to share.
To the people of St. Luke’s Lutheran Church of Logan Square, As we prepare to gather this Sunday following worship to review the offers we’ve received for our building, I want to share with you how proud I am to belong to the community we are becoming together. Throughout this process you have spoken honestly
. This event is open to anyone who wants to join with people of faith in the Logan Square area to advance social justice. A number of people in the St. Luke’s community are already confirmed to attend.
Sunday, Sept 14th, following worship, St. Luke’s Council and the Strategic Listening Team will host a congregational discussion to share the results of our summer listening project, and get your further input on future steps. We’re calling this process “St. Luke’s at the Crossroads,” a time to make a serious assessment of our gifts and opportunities
by Seminarian Stephanie Berkas Come join us Wednesday evenings! As we continue on this Lenten journey together, I invite you to pause and reflect on these words from the Rev. Amy Butler, a Baptist minister in Washington, D.C: “We’re smart and good, pretty and talented, witty and full of great ideas. We go to work every
Life in the Wilderness by Chris Michaelis Texts: Isaiah 11:1-10 + Psalm 72:1-7, 18-19 + Romans 15:4-13 + Matthew 3:1-12 One of my favorite poets is Henry David Thoreau. He is one of the United States’ best known authors and he spent both a considerable amount of time out in nature and an equally considerable
by Will Storm As a student of ancient languages and theology, I have always had a very keen interest in where words come from and where they go. When I sat down to write up a little reflection on the art installation that hung in our sanctuary throughout the season of creation, it struck me