Join us on Sunday for 3 services of carols & Scripture in the Sanctuary.
Join us on Sunday for 3 services of carols & Scripture in the Sanctuary.
Dear St. Lukers,

Merry Christmas from your St. Luke’s Staff! 

No matter which intersection you find yourself at, we pray that through all of our worship and ministries this season you have experienced Advent and that somehow the work of waiting, resting, worshipping and seeking has brought you to this glorious day. May hope, peace, joy, and love abound where ever you are and however you celebrate this day. We pray you have unwrapped the incredible gift of love as Jesus is born anew, and that you have noticed the gift tag holds YOUR name and is signed by God.

Please remember those who are working today, who find themselves without a family to celebrate with, those who face an empty chair at the table today, and for whom the season seems more blue than jolly. Offer a prayer, invite someone to your celebration, share what you have, and awaken disciples to the gift which comes for you, and for others. May your celebrations reveal the Kingdom of God’s love in real and tangible ways for others to see and be welcomed. We leave you with this poem from Howard Thurman which will be a part of our Christmas Worship on Sunday (at 8:00, 9:30, and 11:00 a.m. all in the Sanctuary). Come join us just as you are and let’s begin the work of Christmas together. It’s a blessing to serve alongside you to make St. Luke’s a place of welcome in the name of the Newborn King, Jesus Christ. 

When the song of the angels is stilled,
when the star in the sky is gone,
when the kings and princes are home,
when the shepherds are back with their flocks,
the work of Christmas begins:
to find the lost,
to heal the broken,
to feed the hungry,
to release the prisoner,
to rebuild the nations,
to bring peace among the people,
to make music in the heart.
Merry Christmas and a blessed 2020!
Your St. Luke’s Staff
Reminder: The church campus will be closed through December 31 in observance of Christmas, and Wednesday, January 1 in observance of New Year's Day.
We invite St. Lukers, family, and friends to join us on Sunday, December 29 at 8:00, 9:30, and 11:00 a.m. in the Sanctuary for a service of carols and Scripture lessons.
Looking Ahead at St. Luke's
In addition to supporting St. Luke’s existing ministries, you can help families who are homeless and children who are hungry through the Restoring Hope Offering. Help working families move out of motels, storage units, and over-crowded houses, and into their own apartments as well as support access to empowerment programs like Jobs Partnership and Circles all while closing the meal gaps for children. Give your gift by visiting the app or clicking the button below.
Hand delivered gifts must be received on or before Tuesday, December 31 to be recorded as a 2019 contribution. Gifts can be dropped off in the church office or in the night deposit box on the wall next to the Building C main office entrance. Mailed gifts must be postmarked by December 31 to be recorded for 2019 regardless of the delivery date. Online gifts must be completed by 11:59 p.m. EST on December 31 at
Family Promise families will be at St. Luke's from December 29 to January 5, and we need YOUR help! Sign up to volunteer as an evening or overnight host, provide a dinner for the families, help with laundry, and more. This is a wonderful serving opportunity for the whole family!
To sign up click the button below:

"St. Luke’s U” Free Kickoff Dinner

Save the date for a kickoff event with an all-new Wednesday dinner menu, and a preview of Wednesday programs on January 8 (classes will begin on January 15): 

5:30 p.m. Free Dinner
6:30 p.m. Family games
7:00 p.m. Build your own ice cream treat
7:20 p.m. Youth and children’s programs, and a preview of new programs and classes for adults
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