Greetings St. Lukers,
Prayers of safety and peace to us all, and the most vulnerable among us and in our community and state, as we experience the impact of Hurricane Ian. Join me also in lifting up our global neighbors nearby in Cuba and Puerto Rico, and far away in Pakistan and Japan. It had been a brutal summer with extreme weathers all over the world.
We sent out a message to you on Monday informing you that the church campus will be closed today (Thursday), and all on-campus activities are cancelled. We will also gather as one congregation for worship in the Sanctuary on Sunday (October 2) at 9:30 and 11:15 a.m. For this and more updates, please visit St. Luke’s Hurricane Resources page by clicking here.
In faith, we are looking forward to a special World Communion Sunday this coming Sunday! It is a special Sunday for St. Luke's as we go All-In for Global Partners – partners we call friends, mentors, and neighbors! What a great opportunity for us to come together and join Christians from around the world in worship and Communion. Just imagine all voices in all languages raised up to glorify God! This World Communion is particularly special for us because we will be hearing from Barbara Matsanga, Country Manager of ZOE Empowers in Zimbabwe, who will be joined by two children from the ZOE Empowerment groups St. Luke’s is supporting. Come hear...