On Palm Sunday, the church celebrates Jesus’s triumphal entry into Jerusalem, and Jesus’s journey toward the cross. We commit ourselves to pave the way for well-being in our neighborhood. We wave our palm branches and usher in mental health justice, paving the way with our faith and our commitment to act…
This year’s action will begin with a joint worship service at Humboldt Park United Methodist Church (2120 N. Mozart St.) beginning at 10:30am and ending by noon. Following a light lunch for those marching, there will be a street parade — a procession with palm branches and signs — ending on the east side of Palmer Square.
For the 5th year in a row, St. Luke’s will be joining the other members of the Logan Square Ecumenical Alliance (LSEA) for a joint public witness to our faith in Jesus – who entered Jerusalem on the back of a donkey to disrupt business as usual on the day we now celebrate as Palm
The following sermon was preached at St. Luke’s Lutheran Church of Logan Square on Palm Sunday, March 24, 2013 by Seminarian Jessica Palys. The sermon was based on the Revised Common Lectionary readings for Palm Sunday, Year C. Jessica is a third year student at Chicago Theological Seminary. Ten years ago this week in Chicago,