It can be hard to talk about death or understand what it means to have “new life.” That’s normal and it’s okay. Easter is a mystery that will keep taking on new meaning as we grow…
Welcome to the week that the church has set aside to remember the mystery of Christ’s passion, death, and resurrection. It gives me great strength and wonder to know that even as our world faces global crisis–pandemic exacerbated by pre-existing injustice–Christians around the world this week will open their Bibles, gather around their computer screens, sing across alleyways, and recite from memory the story that has always been the sure foundation of our faith…
This year, we’re excited to include some locally purchased flowers and wildflowers in to the mix of our Easter Flowers at St. Luke’s! We are asking for a $10.00 donation to contribute to the flowers for Easter. Please fill out this form to submit your order. You can either pay now by credit/debit OR pay later
Each year, we invite you to help make ready for Easter at St. Luke’s by ordering some Easter flowers. This year, we’re excited to invite you to place your order and make your donation online! You don’t need to sign into Church Community Builder to do so because we’ve made a simple form you can fill
It’s time to order Easter Lilies again because Easter will be here before you know it! The price per plant is $8.50 each, payable upon ordering. The order deadline is Tuesday, March 1 at 9am. Click on the link below to download a PDF of the order form or pick one up in church. Easter
All orders must be into the office by March 13th at 9am!
Easter is about as early as it can be this year and thereby it’s already time to order Easter Lilies. In your bulletins this weekend, please make note of the Easter Lily order form. Your order is dues on Friday, March 13th at 9am. Each plant costs $8. And the best part is that after
The following sermon was preached at St. Luke’s Lutheran Church of Logan Square by the Rev. Justin Baxter on April 14, 2013. Rev. Baxter is an ordained minister of Word and Sacrament in the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. His message is centered on John 2:1 – 19 and Acts 9:1 – 20. It feels