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
10:00 Recorded worship on Facebook and YouTube.
10:00 Youth meet for Kayaking trip
11am Zoom Coffee Hour here

7pm Bible Study on Zoom

Prayer and Share on Zoom   

 1:00  Connections and Support Group by Zoom

7:30-12:30  El Buen Food Distribution
10:00 Croasdaile Morning Prayer
New This Week
Our Pumpkin Patch sale will be Saturday, October 2nd- Sunday, October 31st. We will need help with:
1. Fri Oct 1st. pre set up of pallets, tables, and tents 
2. Sat Oct 2nd @ 8am truck unloading and set up.
3. Oct 2nd-Oct 31st pumpkin sales ,1-7 daily.

We need: cashiers, general helpers with sales and helping buyers load cars, trucks etc.  We will have online sign up starting in August. 
Sign up for shifts here.
Anyone who does not feel comfortable with online sign up can contact Beth Bonner and I  would gladly sign you up!!
Beth Bonner

The diocese will be offering several zoom events to view and discuss the Mission Strategy which is being been developed from the five Mission Priorities. Click on the time you choose to register:  Sun Aug 8 3:00-4:30, Tues Aug 10 7:00-8:30Wed Aug 18 7:00-8:30Tues Aug 24 4:00-5:30

Up-to date contact information can be found online at ACS, or the ChurchLife App for your phone or tablet.  Contact Kathy if you have any problems logging onto ACS.  You can also ask Kathy to send you a paper directory if needed.

Do you have some gently used tech you no longer use?  St. Luke’s is looking for:
     1. A recent laptop which runs windows.  For more specifics, please contact Junior Warden Amy Kiser.
     2.  A newer iPhone or iPad for live streaming.  Please contact Rector Helen for details.  

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.  Aug 11, 25 and Sept 8.  Sign up here

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.
Sept. 11th   Eileen Morgan
Nov. 6th      Hope Galunas
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Deacon Dan Laird retired from St. Luke’s early last summer.  He and Tim are now settling into their retirement home in Albuquerque.  
St. Luke’s collected a “purse” in appreciation for Dan’s time with us.  Originally, it was to be used for retreats–but retreat centers have been closed due to the pandemic.  The vestry decided that getting Dan a bench for his home, in honor of his Deacon’s Bench newsletter column would be appropriate.  Dan recently let us know how much he’s enjoying his St. Luke’s Deacon’s Bench.  We hope Deacon Dan will soon be able to go on retreat with the rest of his departing gift.  

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