Our community at St. Luke’s is in the process of redefining who we are in our new space. Evan and Sharayah want to ask you to help our community discern where our future worship and fellowship should be headed.
“I see you.” “I value you.” “I love you.”
Every week at 5pm, we serve a meal and eat with our neighbors, the well-fed and the underfed.
Just as Mary and Joseph were turned away, this plan would turn away low-income and working class families from Chicago’s North Side. In effect, the plan would use public funds to further segregate Chicago.
In recent months, LSEA has taken several steps to make it easier for lay members to become involved in and help lead LSEA, including several Saturday introductory and training sessions. Now, LSEA has decided to an evening time for its monthly meetings, so that it will be easier for everyone to participate.
On Sunday, March 1, members gathered in Haberland Hall for lunch, fellowship and to discuss developments since our January 25 vote to authorize sale of our property….
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
As we enter the final week before the congregational meeting, we still have a number of seats on church council and number of committees that require nominations. Members of St. Luke’s are encouraged to consider their gifts and the ways you may be able to give back in 2015. Also, consider the gifts of your
Sunday, Sept 14th, following worship, St. Luke’s Council and the Strategic Listening Team will host a congregational discussion to share the results of our summer listening project, and get your further input on future steps. We’re calling this process “St. Luke’s at the Crossroads,” a time to make a serious assessment of our gifts and opportunities
Join members and friends of St. Luke’s Lutheran Church of Logan Square on Saturday, February 1st at 10am as we gather once again at Letizia’s Fiore — this time to discuss Anne Lamott‘s most recent book: “Stitches: A Handbook on Meaning, Hope and Repair” Sandra Dallas of the Denver Post writes, “If Anne Lamott were sarcastic (and we know