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Nominations for Elected Leadership Roles

Annual Meeting and Election on May 15 The Nominating Committee has completed their work to bring forward a slate of candidates to be elected at St. Luke’s Annual Meeting on May 15. We are grateful for the prayerful discernment work of the Nominating Committee and those willing to stand for election. The nominees are: Warden…

Capital Projects Focus Groups

With the success of our Breaking down Barriers capital campaign fundraising, the next step is to prioritize. As expected, our pledges of $1.1M fell short of the complete list of projects we need to complete. We want to be transparent and inclusive as we decide what to do and in what order. We invite all…

Christianity Through Its Scriptures – Begins Tuesday, April 5

Beginning Monday, April 5, HarvardX will offer a new online course, “Christianity Through Its Scriptures” to educate and investigate how diverse Christians have interpreted these writings and practiced their teachings over 2000 years. The class will be led by Harvard professor of Divinity, Karen L. King and Sarah Griffis. To register, visit edx.org/course/Christianity-through-its-scriptures-harvardx-hds-3221-2x. The class…

Palm Sunday – March 20

As Jesus began his historical journey into Jerusalem, we will begin our observation of Holy Week with Palm Sunday on March 20. Join us as we honor the start of His fateful trip to the cross. Palm Sunday – March 20 8:00 am Worship Palm Procession begins at 10:00 am in front of the Rectory

Women’s Craft Bazaar – March 5 – 6

Join St. Luke’s women and other women from the community as we display the arts, crafts, creations, and talents of women of all ages, generations, and backgrounds. We uplift the beauty and grace of all the women around us, especially during this month’s Women’s History celebration. The Assembly Hall will be open to the public…

Lenten Offerings

Click here for a pdf version of the below handout. The first Christians observed with great devotion the days of our Lord’s passion and resurrection, and it became the custom of the Church to prepare for them with a season of penitence and fasting. The tradition continues to this day. As we begin this season…

Lenten Contemplative Bible Study – Wednesdays at 7:00 p.m.

Starting on Ash Wednesday at 7:00 p.m., The Rev. John Mennell began to lead a Lenten contemplative bible study. Lent is a time of introspection and reflection. All are welcome. Come to reflect on a short passage of scripture to see where it connects to your life and the lives of those around you. For more information,…

Final Affairs – Saturday, March 14

Final Affairs: Planning is a Good Thing It can be difficult to start conversations about preparing for the end of life. But, these conversations, along with thoughtful planning, can become the greatest gift for your loved ones, your caregivers, and yourself. Join us for a program which will help you learn more about the steps…

Spiritual Explorers Book Club – Monday, January 11

For our next adventure, we will meet on Monday, January 11 in the Rectory next door to the church at 7:00 p.m. to discuss Henri Nouwen’s, “The Return of the Prodigal Son.” Everyone is welcome to join us for spirited discussion and good company. For information, please email parishioner and leader of the SEBC, Walter…