|This Week at St. Luke’s|
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10am Spiritual Communion
on Facebook and YouTube.
Sermon and Godly Play Story posts on Facebook
11am Coffee Hour on Zoom
6:30 pm Finance Committee
7:00 pm Bible Study on Zoom
Noon Prayer and Share on Zoom
6-7pm Lenten Program: Meeting God in Books on Zoom
3:00 Worship Recording
12:00 Good News Gardening
1:00 Connections and Support Group by Zoom
|New This Week|
|MEETING GOD IN BOOKS THIS WEEK|
Our Lenten Program this year is Meeting God in Books. We will met on Zoom from 6-7pm on Wednesdays March 3, 10, 17 and 24th. Each night one St. Luker will share about a book that has mattered in their life and we will discuss some themes and ideas from that book.
This week, Mary Beth Berkley will share about Abraham Joshua Heschel’s book The Sabbath.
JOURNEY TO RACIAL EQUITY, SEASON 2
The Diocese is offering a 3-parts series around racial equity. Debbie Irving, author of Waking Up White, will give a webinar Mar 2. Participants will be invited to join a 21-Day Racial Equity Challenge, and then Rev. Dr. William Barber will present a webinar on April 13. For more information, or to register for these free offerings, click here.
VIRTUAL LENTEN QUIET DAY
Chapel of the Cross is inviting St. Lukers to join in their Virtual Quiet Day on Saturday March 20th. Registration is $10. Registration and more information can be found here.
|How Can I Help?|
|BECOME A WORSHIP LEADER|
St. Luke’s has a small and faithful group of people helping to lead our online worship, and we’re looking to expand this group. If you are able to use Zoom, can meet on Thursday afternoons, and would be willing to be a worship reader, please contact Helen.
How about music? Even if you haven’t been in our choir before, we would love to have you as part of our virtual choir or to offer a solo or instrumental piece. These you record at home on your own time. If you’re willing and able, please contact Kaye.
EL BUEN PASTOR FOOD DISTRIBUTION
St. Luke’s members and friends (16 years and older) are encouraged to help with the monthly food distribution out of El Buen Pastor. Distributions are normally from 7:30-12:30 (come all or just part of the time) on the 1st Saturday of the month. For more info, please contact Peter Jacobi (corrected link) who is a regular St. Luke’s participant.
If you are able to make a casserole for a local household that could use some help, or if you would be blessed by having a casserole made for you, check out Lasagna Love. Click here to find out more.
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.