I’ve talked a lot about how St. Luke’s is working hard to be intentional about who we will become moving out of this pandemic. What do we hold on to? What do we set down? What new practices will we pick up?
This summer, St. Luke’s will be offering this same sort of thoughtful reflection for our families – really, for households of any size and age. We’re calling them “Family Retreat Days” although we’ll meet for just a couple of hours at a time, once a month for three months. They are a “hybrid offering” so will be offered both in-person and online at the same time. We have 8 spaces for families to attend in-person, and an unlimited number of spaces for people to attend online.
Our first meeting will be Sunday, June 27th from 10:30-12:30. This is a day when worship is online-only. You can watch church in your jammies over brunch, and then come into Johnson Hall (or join us online) for some family bonding time with other St. Lukers. Signup here: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/8050B4EAAA82CA6F58-family