THIS WEEK AT ST. LUKE'SIn-person worship is suspended until AT LEAST SEPTEMBER. (More details coming in July.)Public Health Indicators can be found hereClick Here for this week's compete bulletin for our Sunday 10am worship.Saturday 7:30am June Garden Day (see below)Sunday 10am Spiritual Communion on Facebook Live Sermon and Godly Play Story posts on Facebook 11am Coffee Hour on Zoom … Continue reading Announcements for June 26, 2020
By the Rev. Dr. Helen Svoboda-Barber May only God’s word be spoken, and only God’s word be heard. This morning’s Gospel reading from the 10th chapter of Matthew is a rough, combative passage.It is a call to resistance and perseverance. It is a passage for a time such as this, June of 2020, as we … Continue reading Setting Down Privilege to Pick Up the Cross | June 21, 2020
Today’s gospel reading is Matthew 9:35-10:23. It begins with Jesus going to the surrounding cities and villages, proclaiming the good news and healing the sick. But there was too much work for him to do, so he commissioned his apostles, gave them power to heal, and sent them out to continue the work.
Today is Trinity Sunday, the feast in the church year where we honor our Triune God and task preachers, like myself, to explicate just exactly how we worship One God in Three Persons.
Join me in proclaiming the messiness of life. Join me in proclaiming both lament and celebration this Pentecost weekend.
By the Rev. Dr. Helen Svoboda-Barber May only God’s Word be spoken, and only God’s word be heard. John 14:15-21 Our reading from this morning’s gospel of John picks up in the midst of Jesus saying lots and lots about the Holy Spirit, which in the New Revised Standard Version translation of the Bible is … Continue reading The Practice of the Presence of the Paraclete | May 17, 2020