How have others called you on behalf of God?
How have others called you on behalf of God?
Dear St. Lukers,
Have you ever had someone in your life out of the blue, speak to you about the potential they see in you? Maybe it was someone who was listening to you talk about your holy discontent and they said, “you should do something about that.” Maybe it was when you were talking about a volunteer position you love and a spouse said, “maybe that’s what you should be spending your time doing.” Maybe it was someone you serve with who let you know how much YOUR work means in their life.
Callings are gifts from God. But God also uses other people to pick up the phone and call us. One of the responsibilities of a pastor is to help people in our congregation find their callings, answer the phone, and support them as they move forward in faith. My greatest joy as a pastor is to recognize something in someone, and finding the grace and space to speak to them about what I notice. A few years back I remember saying to someone in our Disciple 1 Bible study class how I saw...
St. Luke's in Review

Ministry Moment from Serve Ministries

In case you missed the Ministry Moment from worship on Sunday, you will want to check out this video!
As part of our Vision for Restoring Hope to impact family homelessness and childhood hunger, we are looking at ways that we can help make this vision a reality. We can do this, but it will take all of us!
Please watch this video and share it with others too! For more information on local serving opportunities contact Amy Winslow.

Math Bee 2019

Students from OCPS filled Founder's Hall last week and cheered for the annual 4th grade Math Bee's very first female winner and runner up! Thank you to all the volunteers who helped make this year a success. We appreciate your dedication to our children!
Looking Ahead at St. Luke's
The 2019 Annual Conference will start live webcasts with the laity session on Wednesday, June 5 at 10:00 a.m. and then stream all plenary sessions and worship services. We invite those who are interested to follow the Annual Conference online. Click HERE to watch the live webcast.
If you enjoy lyrics from films such as "The Hunchback of Notre Dame," "Enchanted," and more, you'll love “Children of Eden,” an inspirational musical based on the book of Genesis. This moving story is told with the help of energetic dance numbers, captivating aerialists, and a powerful choir. Purchase tickets starting at $15 for select nights June 7-16 by visiting the app or clicking the button below.
Click below to watch a fun video of the cast at rehearsal on Wednesday night! This was their last rehearsal before tech week begins on Saturday, so keep them in your prayers as they prepare for opening night on June 7!
Join us as we thank Pastor Corey and Carol Jones for their 7 years of ministry here at St. Luke’s with a goodbye celebration on Sunday, June 23 at 5:30 p.m. in Founder’s Hall. Click the button below to RSVP.
Cards for Pastor Corey can be dropped off in the marked baskets outside each worship venue, or in the box located at the church office reception desk in Building C.
We will take up a love offering for Pastor Corey and his family. Give online by clicking the button below and selecting “Corey’s Love Offering” from the dropdown menu, or put your gift in the offering plate marked “Corey’s Love Offering.”


On Saturday, June 29 enjoy “Take pART” 2019, our FREE indoor arts festival from 4:00 to 8:00 p.m. All are welcome to submit original fine art related to the theme (Togetherness) by June 15. 
Workshops are also being continually added to the event webpage, so visit to sign up for activities such as:
  • St. Luke's Theater: All Access Tour
  • Video & Media
  • Contemporary Dance
  • Creative Movement for Kids
  • Paper Craft
  • Kids Draw
  • Spice Art: Blending and Painting
  • And MORE!
For artwork submission guidelines and to learn more about donating supplies and volunteering click the button below.
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