|This Week at St. Luke’s|
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Event risk assessment: here.
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8:30 Garden and Grounds workday
10 and 11 Croasdaile Morning Prayer
Sunday Nov 8: Bishop Anne’s Visit!
10am Spiritual Communion on Facebook
Sermon and Godly Play Story posts on Facebook
11am Town Hall with Bishop Anne on Zoom link
2pm In-Person Worship, Reservations required
6:30 Finance Committee
7:00 Sacred Ground Movie Watching
7:00 Online Bible Study on Zoom
Noon Prayer and Share Zoom link
1pm Connections & Support Group NEW Zoom link
|New This Week|
ADVENT SUPPLY PICK-UP NOV 22
All Things Advent: Even though we cannot be together to build our Advent wreaths, we will still have supplies for everyone who would like to engage in the season of Advent, so find those wreath forms and get ready!
Your All Things Advent package will have lots of ideas and materials to use as we all try to slow down and enter this season of waiting and hoping.
Pick up your package on Sunday, Nov. 22 between 3:00-4:30pm at church. Someone will be there to greet you, so you can drive through with your mask on. Anyone who attends the in-person worship on Nov 22 can pick up then.
If you are not able to pick up your Advent package, please email the church office or call and leave a message and we will arrange delivery for you.
|GROUNDS AND GARDEN WORK DAY|
Come one, come all! The final St. Luke’s 2020 Grounds & Gardens Workday is Saturday, November 7th from 8:30 until 10:00. There is something for everyone, whether it’s clearing leaves from the labyrinth, cleaning the Memorial walls, deadheading the huge Lantanas or gazing with wonder at our blooming Yuletide Sasanqua Camellias. (Yes, the two shrubs by the Sprague doors are covered in blooms!) Please bring hand pruners and long handle pruners if you have them.
WATCH ON YOUTUBE
Our worship services can now be seen on YouTube! St. Luke’s new YouTube channel,St. Luke’s Durham Worship and Music, is up and running and contains videos of our Sunday morning worship as well as some St. Luke’s music videos.
Each week’s service is available for viewing on Sunday mornings and can be seen anytime thereafter. (Weekly sermons are still accessible through our website and Facebook page.)
We have over 100 subscribers to our new page! A search with “St. Luke’s Durham” should bring up the page, or you can go there directly. Be sure and subscribe and “like” (thumbs up) the channel or individual videos, and feel free to leave comments.
|How Can I Help?|
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.
“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.