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Welcome to St. Luke's!

You are invited to come join us at St. Luke’s for any of our worship services or parish activities. Come experience the Spirit of God in our worship and in the life of our community, as we live out our core purpose statement: “Worshipping God, serving Christ, loving one another.”

St. Luke's Mission

Who are we at St. Luke’s? We are a community of believers living out our core purpose: Worshipping God, Serving Christ, Loving One Another

Vibrant Faith Ministries

St. Luke’s is blessed to partner with Vibrant Faith Ministries in promoting Christian spiritual formation here in our local congregation and also in our homes. Vibrant Faith Ministries, based in Minneapolis, has excellent resources that can be used at home and in our daily lives.

Visitors welcome!

Weekly Services are held on Sunday's at 8am and 10am. All visitors are welcome! Come experience the Spirit of God in our worship and in the life of our community, as we live out our core purpose statement: “Worshipping God, serving Christ, loving one another.”

Weddings and Baptisms at St. Lukes.

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Thursday, January 28, 2016

FISH FOOD BANK NEEDS

MUSCLES NEEDED! Regular Tues./Wed. 10-noon volunteers who can lift 50 lbs. to help unload trucks and stock shelves. If you know anyone who is looking for some volunteer hours, please contact Debbie Price at 253-686-7578.

ITEMS NEEDED: Canned fruit/vegetables, peanut butter, tuna, chili, canned beans or low-fat refried beans, toilet paper, PLASTIC BAGS, rubber bands. Please note that if you are cleaning out your pantry, canned goods can still be used up to 18 months past the “use by” date, if there is no denting or rust. Food bank can use these items if you cannot.

MARLENE’S SUGGESTED LENT READING LIST:

Bread and Wine: Readings for Lent and Easter., essays by C.S. Lewis, Frederick Buechner, Madeline L’Engle, Henri Nouwen and Dorothy Day and many others. Available on Amazon

The Last Week: What the Gospels Really Teach About Jesus’s Final Days in Jerusalem. Marcus J. Brog and John Dominic Crossan. Available on Amazon

SSJE Society of St John the Evangelist “Brother give us a Word”. Short reflections sent to your email inbox each day, Go to ssje.org to sign up.

Lent brochures available in the back of the church: Living the Gospel Life , and 2016 Lenten Devotions by Episcopal Relief & Development.

Forty Days: A Journey Through the Desert of Lent. 9 video reflections by The Work of the People available on the website: www.workofthepeople.com

Kid’s Night Activities

February is the beginning of many activities that are in the works!

February 6th from 5pm-7pm, is a Movie Kid’s Night. We will be showing Disney’s Robin Hood, in the Parish Hall. Popcorn will be served. All ages are welcomed. Children age 3 and under need an adult to stay with them during the event. Also happening this month is our second Serving Others Sunday. (S.O.S. for short) of the school year. This S.O.S. will take place right after the children’s homily on February 14th. S.O.S. is a multi-age Sunday School activity that serves our community. For this S.O.S., we will be helping St. Luke’s own Backpack Program.