A Note from Pastor Erin: I’m excited to share with you plans for St. Luke’s to celebrate communion together, online on Zoom. Please join us on Sunday, August 23rd from 11:00-11:30 a.m. on Zoom for a brief service of Holy Communion. Online Worship will still be at 10:10 a.m. on Facebook as usual. If you’ve been
Observing All Saints Day helps us to lean into the liminal space always open to us through the sacraments in a way that connects us to our past, present, and future.
We’re very happy to welcome our friend Melissa Wimer back to Chicago after her year-long sojourn in the United Kingdom … and to announce that she will be heading up our Sunday morning education program for St. Luke’s children. A seasoned elementary school educator, Melissa has also taught Sunday School here at St. Luke’s and with other Lutheran congregations for many years and is a familiar face to families at St. Luke’s.
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