Serving Our Neighbors, Transforming Society We are sent out to do God’s work in the world. We are transformed by radical welcome, by the stories of our faith, and by the real presence of God – and that transformation means that not only our lives, but also our communities and our world must look different.
Telling Our Stories, Finding Our Truth Each and every one of us has a story to tell, a sacred story, the story of our lives. When that story intersects with our collective story as a community of faith and the story of God’s action in the world, here and now, we call that story a
Everyone Is Welcome!St. Luke’s Lutheran Church of Logan Square is a congregation of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA). Founded in 1900, this congregation has been a home to residents of Logan Square for over 100 years. St. Luke’s welcomes the many, diverse communities that share this neighborhood. If you are a lifelong Lutheran,
Your Gift Is Appreciated St. Luke’s is grateful for the many gifts from members and friends who support our ministry with their offerings. We thank you in advance for your one-time or recurring gift.
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Sunday Morning Worship: 9am & 11am Holy Communion Every Sunday Worship is the heartbeat that feeds our life together as a community. Here we learn about God’s radical welcome extended to all people. We listen to the stories that have nurtured and shaped our faith. We share a meal that makes God present to us
Erin Coleman Branchaud, Pastor Music@stlukesLS.org • (773) 350-5793 Bev Jedynak has been the primary musician at St. Luke’s since 2012, and was named “Cantor” in 2016. She was previously minister of music at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church of Chicago and before that spent 21 years as Cantor at Park View Lutheran Church – her home
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.