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This week at St. Luke’s
New This Week
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|This Week at St. Luke’s|
|Public Health Indicators: here |
Event risk assessment: here.
Click here and scroll down for Worship Bulletin
10am Spiritual Communion on Facebook
Sermon and Godly Play Story posts on Facebook
11am Coffee Hour on Zoom
2pm Registration Required in-person worship
7:00 Online Bible Study on Zoom
Noon Prayer and Share on Zoom
8:30am Good News Garden Tending
1pm Connections & Support Group on Zoom
|New This Week|
|REQUEST YOUR VESTRY BALLOT NOW|
We encourage you to vote for vestry using an absentee ballot. Request one by e-mail or call the office. Vote for up to 4 candidates.
Your completed PRINTED ballot and attestations must be received before 10am on Friday, Nov 6th. Mail enough in advance to meet that deadline, or drop off your ballot in the church mailbox (at the end of the drive between Johnson Hall/Sprague Room).
Members who choose to register and attend in-person worship on Nov 8th should vote at worship, not before.
Wow! Pledges are flowing in, leading the way in love and commitment to St. Luke’s and our mission. Thank you for the prayerful consideration that led people to increase and even double their pledges. Just as work for our church is love made visible, stewardship commitments make that work possible. Take a leap of love and pledge today!
In our recent pledge letter, Children and Youth Minister Laura Thornton was referred to as our most recent “treasure.” Some folks mis-read that as “treasurer.” To clarify, Julia Hoyle continues as our treasurer and Laura as our Children and Youth Minister.
One of the women we help regularly needs everything to set up house (furniture, kitchen supplies, etc). If you are able to help, please contact Jan Freeman.
FORWARD DAY BY DAY
If you would like a Forward Day by Day booklet Nov-Jan, please contact Kathy.
HOLDING ONTO HOPE
Presiding Bishop Curry will lead a Holding Onto Hope prayer service from Washington National Cathedral at 4pm on November 1st, All Saints day. Watch here.
|2020 PECANS FUNDRAISER FOR BELIZE|
What: Plain and Dark Chocolate Covered, both for $11.00 for a one-pound bag.
Deadline: November 1.
To order: Online at https://forms.gle/H5SumLHKNrrjZfX2A.
or Print/mail this pdf
Pay: 1) Mail check to St. Luke’s memo “BELIZE PECANS” 2) Pay through ACS, specifying “Belize Pecans” as the fund. Pecans will be available for pickup a few days before Thanksgiving.
|How Can I Help?|
1) To have your ballot witnessed contact Bill and Carol Charping.
2) If you would like to track your absentee ballot to ensure it is counted, use this.
3) Pray! Sign up here to receive daily prayers for the election Oct 27-Nov 4.
“FED UP” FOOD DISTRIBUTION
The local Poor People’s Campaign is doing a twice-monthly food distribution called “Fed Up!” If you would like to donate or participate, click here and sign up for their mailing list.
KEEP CLERGY IN THE LOOP
Please make sure to keep the clergy in the loop if there are any needs or concerns you have or you know about. You can e-mail Helen at any time.
REMEMBER, Your clergy will not send you e-mail or texts messages asking for gift cards or financial help.
Sign-up for in-person events on our iVolunteer page. Please bookmark this page for future use.
Worship can now be viewed on YouTube
All St. Luke’s Facebook events can be accessed here.