Rather, we are going to talk about the Communal Fast that we are going to do as one community of faith, together with several other churches, walking as one neighborhood. One body of Christ.
As has recently been stated in worship at St. Luke’s, the personal stories shared by our congregants during their testimonies in worship have become a cherished part of our Sunday routine. Testimonies have been a part of our worship in past years, but most recently, we’ve enjoyed hearing stories from people within the themes of
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It was a beautiful moment, and an important reminder of the value of joining together in prayer and worship, despite the the differences that might exist among us.
Thus, while this trip is fulfilling a mission by carrying out service with our neighbor, it is first and foremost a partnership trip because nothing else can or should be done unless our partnership is first established.
The group discussing We Make the Road by Walking will be meeting every other Tuesday at 7:30pm. (We’ll be skipping the Tuesday of Thanksgiving week, and starting up again the first week in December). Next four meetings are as follows… Tuesday Nov. 11th at Dan Beirne’s place, 7:30. Email email@example.com for address Discussion: chapters 1-9 Tuesday
Urban missionary Dan Beirne and 15 other young adults from around the country recently head to Haiti for a one week mission trip. Read Dan’s reflection on the trip below! Urban Acacia in Haiti I remember camping one year I learned that the Aspen groves in the Colorado Rockies were all connected under ground. When
May 17th-23rd a group of 16 of us young adults from around the country (Seattle, LA, Virginia, Chicago, New York . . . ) will be meeting in Port Au Prince Haiti for a week of fellowship and service. We will be hosted by a wonderful organization called Praying Pelican Missions, a group I’ve had
by Dan Beirne This Advent, St. Luke’s and Urban Acacia are excited to bring to the Logan Square community three Wednesday evenings of Holden Evening Prayer. Holden Village is a small intentional community in the Cascade Mountains of Northern Washington. Accessible only by boat or a strenuous hike through the mountains, this isolated retreat center
by Dan Beirne Come join us for Urban Acacia’s Fall Concert, an evening of local talent in a beautiful old space in Logan Square. For a $5 suggested donation, you will experience the jazzy acoustic sounds of Bryant Rosenwinkel, as well as the Irishy folk rock of Distant Brothers. Both of which are Chicago bands/artists from