The Latest at Saint Luke's
Thursday, January 17th Night Prayer6:00 pm
Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, Auburn
Together with Holy Trinity Episcopal Church in Auburn, The Word and Saint Luke's is bringing Night Prayer to Auburn on Thursdays (1/17, 1/24 and 1/31) in January beginning 1/17. Dinner and worship begin at 6:00 pm and we would be delighted to see your college students! For more information about how to get involved, contact Betsy Cobb.
Sunday, January 20th Senior High Youth TripImmediately following 10:30 church
Lynching Memorial and Museum
The youth will take a group of 11th and 12th graders to the Legacy Museum and National Memorial for Peace and Justice in Montgomery. This is the new Civil Rights museum and memorial to the victims of lynching during the Civil Rights Movement in the South. We will leave right after the 10:30 am service.
Sunday, February 3rd Tour the Secret Spaces of Saint Luke'sFollowing the 5 o'clock service
Saint Luke's Episcopal Church
The undercroft, the eagle’s nest, the choir loft! Did you know we have a shower? Join us on Sunday, February 3rd following the 5 o’clock service as we take a tour and then enjoy refreshments in the Founders Room!
February 10th - 12th Hunger Initiative: Rise Against Hunger
Every year, we partner with Canterbury UMC to raise money and pack meals for Rise Against Hunger. To reach our goal of 500,000 meals for school children in a lesser developed region, Saint Luke’s is committed to raising $15,000 in January and February. We will pack the meal kits on February 12-14 at Canterbury. Here are some suggested giving levels: $25 provides a hundred meals, over 4 months of meals for one child $50 means a week of meals for a classroom full of children $75 is a year’s worth of meals for a child $100 means two weeks of meals for a classroom $200 provides meals for a classroom for one month $500 will stop a lot of hunger for a long while
Wednesday March 6th We Invite You to Walk the Indoor Labyrinth6:30 am to 8:30 pm
We invite you to walk the indoor labyrinth as we begin this Lenten season. This is a wonderful opportunity to walk, meditate and reflect, as well as escape the busyness of the season. Hand held labyrinths are available for those not able to walk. Join us before or after Ash Wednesday services.
March 9th The Commission on Spirituality: A Lenten Reflection Day
Sunday, January 6th Adult Education Offerings9:30 am
Saint Luke's Episcopal Church
Sunday School resumes January 6th at 9:30 am and the Word returns to 10:30 am in Graham Hall. Pick up an Adult Educational Offerings packet at one of our Communication Stations located throughout the church for more information regarding Sunday school and bible study offerings for the winter/spring semester. Wednesday programming resumes on January 9th. This includes 6:30 am Eucharist, Healing Eucharist at noon, Parish Family supper at 5:00 pm in Graham Hall, programming and bible studies for all ages at 6:30 pm, and Contemplative Eucharist at 6:30 pm in the Chapel. All are welcome.