Every week at 5pm, we serve a meal and eat with our neighbors, the well-fed and the underfed.
St. Luke’s celebrates the close of the Christmas season with sharing meals together in members homes.
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
As the presiding bishop of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, the Rev. Mark S. Hanson, said that our church’s commitment to those who live in poverty is “a biblical imperative for which Christ frees us to serve.” The poverty rate fell to 15 percent in 2011, down slightly from 15.1 percent from the year
by Joe Scarry With a wonderful turn-out for a first-time event — 30 people! — St. Luke’s Logan Square held a rollicking Shrove Tuesday (Mardi Gras) event Tuesday, February 21, 2012, to mark the beginning of Lent. Here are some of the highlights. * A delicious (and healthy!) spread – fruit, sausages, pancakes …. Special
The Center for Faith and Community Health Transformation invites you and your community – including children– to join us at A Feastival Celebration: Nourishing Healthy Communities with Food and Faith at the Brookfield Zoo Discovery Center 8:30 am – 4:30 pm, Monday, October 10th, 2011 (school holiday for most Chicagoland schools). As people of faith,