Each year, St. Luke’s honors black history throughout the month of February with special programming in the Davis Room on Sundays at 11:30 a.m. after worship. After the close of the first ever black presidency, and into a future for us all to share, join us in these offerings, which explore and exalt the work of those who fought for civil rights.
For information on spiritual enrichment at St. Luke’s, or about our Black History Month programming, please email SET@slechurch.org.
This year, we are proud to announce our upcoming programs:
Sunday, January 14
Celebrations and Current Events
In honor of the birthday of The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., we will feature a sermon about following his example and we will feature a Signs in the Times class with the Rev. John Mennell about current events and civil rights.
Sunday, January 21
Part 1: Meditations with Jimmy (Baldwin)
We will cover reflections on excerpts from his writing, led by Bert Jones.
Sunday, January 28
Part 2: Meditations with Jimmy (Baldwin)
We will screen “I Am Not Your Negro” an award-winning documentary about his life and work released in 2016
Sunday, February 4
The Rev. Dr. Michael Battle will discuss our theme for Black History Month: Ubuntu. Click here for his biography.
Sunday, February 18
We will hold a hiatus for this Sunday in honor of Lent.
Sunday, February 25
Issues and Opportunities
Signs in the Times, led by the Rev. John Mennell, will feature “Issues and Opportunities Affecting the African American Community.