This Week at St. Luke’s
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Saturday
7:30-12:30 El Buen Food Distribution
7:30-10:30  Garden and Grounds Work Day

Sunday
8:30 Outdoor, Mask Optional worship
     sign up here
9:30 Indoor, Mask Required worship
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10am Spiritual Communion
             on Facebook and YouTube.
     Sermon and Godly Play Story posts on Facebook
11am Coffee Hour  here
7:30pm Youth Group by Zoom

Tuesday
 7pm Bible Study on Zoom

Wednesday
   11:30am Prayer and Share on Zoom   

Friday
 1:00  Connections and Support Group by Zoom
New This Week
JUNE HYMN SING
One and all are invited to our June Hymn Sing.  Sing a lot, sing a little, or just listen in.  Wednesday, June 30th from 7:00-8:15.  Please arrive between 6:45-7:00 to get checked in and settled.  More information and sign up here.
Announcements
BELATED DEACON DAN SENDING
Deacon Dan Laird retired from St. Luke’s about a year ago.  At that time, we held a virtual Coffee Hour in his honor, but we were not able to give him a sending pray.  
A year later, Dan will join us for our 9:30 in person service on June 6th for his belated sending prayer.  

JUNE WORSHIP 
You can sign up for June in-person worship here.  Each month we plan to experiment with different practices as we move towards more full re-gathering.  For June we will offer in-person services on June 6 and 20.  We will not sing in June worship services as we get used to being indoors or being unmasked outdoors.  Both services will include a sermon at the end of the service.
Our 8:30 service will be outdoors behind the Gray Building with chairs provided.  Masks will be optional for those who have been vaccinated (required for those who aren’t vaccinate).  
Our 9:30 service will be indoors, Masks Required, in our main sanctuary, with socially distanced pods of chairs.  Please make sure to keep socially distanced while entering and exiting.  
As is our new norm, please stay at home if you are sick, have any symptoms, or may have been exposed to someone with COVID-19.

HELP NEEDED JUNE 20
Hospitality Coordinator Carol Joyner will be on vacation June 20th.  We are in need of 1-3 people to help with set-up and take-down for our 8:30 service that day.  If you are able and willing, please contact Helen by June 14.  

EL BUEN PASTOR FOOD DISTRIBUTION TOMORROW
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, who is a regular St. Luke’s participant. 
Next Dates: May 29th, June 5th

GARDEN/GROUNDS WORKDAYS FOR 2021
All workdays begin at 7:30 and last until 10:00 or as long as you can stay.  Bring a hat, gloves, water and tools.  Contact the workday leader for more information.
June 5th     Wendy Cook and Steve Dedrick
July 24th     Daniel Emory
Sept. 11th   Eileen Morgan
Nov. 6th      Hope Galunas
How Can I Help?
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. 
Full Articles
DISCERNING VISION TEAM MEETING
The St. Luke’s Discerning Vision Team met for the first time last week.  We spent the first half of the meeting getting to know one another.  We then tried a guided imagery prayer experience where we encountered our “future self” at the St. Luke’s of the future.  We shared what we noticed with one another, and we hold onto that vision of what St. Luke’s could become.   Helen then shared a list of different ways to pray and to read the Bible, and each participant committed to deeper prayer and/or Bible study between now and early 2022. 
Later this month, we hope to have our first Listening Session to hear more about what St. Luke’s was like between 1956-1974.  Stay tuned for more info! 

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