|This Week at St. Luke’s|
|Public Health Indicators: here |
Event risk assessment: here.
Free COVID test from Durham County here.
Click here and scroll down for Online Worship Bulletin
9:30 In-Person Masked Indoor Worship signup here
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
6:30 Finance Committee by Zoom
7pm Bible Study on Zoom
Prayer and Share on Zoom
1:00 Connections and Support Group by Zoom
|PUMPKIN PATCH SIGNUP|
Our second Pumpkin Patch pumpkin sale will be Saturday, October 2nd- Sunday, October 31st. We will need help with:
1. Friday October 1st. pre set up of pallets, tables, and tents
2. Saturday October 2nd @ 8am truck unloading and set up.
3. Saturday October 3rd – Sunday October 31 pumpkin sales from 1 pm – 7 pm daily.
We need: cashiers, general helpers with sales and helping buyers load cars, trucks etc. We will have online sign up starting in August. Anyone who does not feel comfortable with online sign up can contact Beth Bonner I would gladly sign you up!!
MORE HYMN SINGS
Our first summer Hymn Sing went so well, we’ve decided to continue them. We’ll be meeting every other Wednesday night, starting in Johnson Hall and ending in the nave. July 14, 28, Aug 11, 25 and Sept 8. Sign up here.
Rector Helen will be taking a staycation July 5-13. Please contact Jim Craven for pastoral needs, or Kathy Barnes for other needs.
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.
July 24th Daniel Emory
Sept. 11th Eileen Morgan
Nov. 6th Hope Galunas
|INTRODUCING INTERN DANIEL LaVENTURE|
Dear People of St. Luke’s,
Hello! My name is Dan LaVenture, and I will be your diocesan intern for the next six months as I discern a call to the priesthood. I’m looking forward to meeting each of you! My sponsoring parish is the Church of the Advocate in Chapel Hill, but I’ve lived in Durham for about five years. I’m originally from Winston-Salem, but came to Durham to go to Duke Divinity School, where in addition to my general studies, I got a concentration in Theology and the Arts. I love thinking about how church communities can incorporate art into their worship and communal life. In particular, I focused on culinary arts, thinking about how eating can be an act of reverence and worship. I now work production for Black and White Coffee Roasters in Raleigh, helping ensure that deliciousness abounds. Let’s share a cup sometime!