by the Rev. James B. Craven III In the name of one God – Father, Son & Holy Spirit. Amen. Sometimes change is good. From the middle of the sixth century until our current 1979 Book of Common Prayer, a span of more than 1400 years, January 1 was when we observed the Feast of … Continue reading A New Year’s Day Sermon | January 1, 2023
Announcements and activities for the period December 17 to 24, 2022.
St. Luke’s Episcopal Church is delighted to announce that Dr. Mike Sistrom will be joining our staff as parish coordinator, effective the 13th of December. Mike brings decades of experience in higher education and the non-profit sector. Read his bio sketch on our Clergy and Staff page. Mike and our retiring parish administrator, Kathy Barnes, … Continue reading St. Luke’s announces new Parish Coordinator
Big work day coming up, December 3 As we settle in for winter, we are continuing to take steps to prepare the soil for spring awakening. In order to do that we need your help. We plan to build a hugelkultur bed and refresh all of our other beds with compost. Hugelkultur is a great way to use all of the … Continue reading November/December Garden Update
There need not be any conflict between faithful adherence to the Gospel of Christ, and speaking out against evil done in his name, or supporting and comforting those injured and hurt by and in the Church.
Congratulations to St. Luke's newest vestry members, the Class of 2025: Patty Michaels, Joan Hodges, Donald Hamm,and Bill Gutknecht.These 4 will be joining our current members: Class of 2023: Mike Henry, Lera Williams, Alan Schueler, Beth BonnerClass of 2024: Bob King, Jeff Dawson, June Santa, Babs Wise Each year, St. Luke's members elect four new representatives, each for … Continue reading November 2022 Vestry Elections Update
Announcements and activities for the period from November 11 through November 18, 2022.
Announcements and activities for the period October 28 to November 4, 2022.
As we have entered into fall proper over the last month, things have definitely changed in the garden. When last I wrote, we were discussing how to improve soil fertility in the garden because we had a disappointing harvest this year. Since September we have taken a number of steps to improve our fertility. We have installed yarrow … Continue reading October Garden Update
This month we harvested a fair number of peppers and tomatoes from the new bed. However productivity in the older beds has suffered. We believe there are a few different reasons for that: We had problems with our soaker hoses springing leaks. Tree roots have made their way into the beds and formed a thick … Continue reading August/September Garden Update