Our “Good News Garden” is a joint ministry of St. Luke’s and St. Titus’ Episcopal Church in Durham. The garden is named after St. Phocas, the patron saint of gardeners. The Garden In spite of the cooling weather, the Good News Garden collaboration between Saint Titus and Saint Luke's is still going strong. For some reason, the frost … Continue reading November Garden Update
Our annual Share Your Christmas event started on November 21 and runs through the end of December. Donations for our St. Luke's Families, LEAP Families, and Maple Court Veterans must be received by December 12 in order to get gift cards to the recipients in time for them to shop for their holiday needs. Donations … Continue reading Share Your Christmas is open for giving!
Our “Good News Garden” is a joint ministry of St. Luke’s and St. Titus’ Episcopal Church in Durham. The garden is named after St. Phocas, the patron saint of gardeners. In October at the Saint Phocas garden, our peppers continued to produce, but our cucumbers gave up entirely and our tomatoes are down to just a few green … Continue reading October Garden Update
St. Luke's Stewardship Moment of LightJuly 2021 For it is in the giving that we receive.- St. Francis of Assisi, circa 1200 St. Luke’s currently has two Faith Teams. A Faith Team, comprising 4-5 St. Lukers, is a partnership with individuals recently released from prison who are reconnecting to the Durham community. We help our … Continue reading Faith Teams
Our "Good News Garden" is a joint ministry of St. Luke's and St. Titus' Episcopal Church in Durham. The garden is named after St. Phocas, the patron saint of gardeners. April has been a busy month at Saint Phocas Garden. We have planted 2 Wineberry raspberries, 2 currant bushes, and 1 bayleaf tree in the … Continue reading April Garden Update
St. Luke's Stewardship Moment of LightApril 2021 I cannot do all the good that the world needs.But the world needs all the good that I can do.- Jana StanfieldWhen Covid-19 has passed and we are all safely vaccinated, we will start to gather again after a long period. One of the things I am looking forward … Continue reading The Spring/Fall Fling
Stewardship Moments of LightFebruary, 2021 Many hands make light work. (English proverb) There have always been leaders and mentors at St Luke’s who were willing, by their examples, to show the importance of service in the spiritual life of our community. Many hands came to me from Dot Borden, who has been so pivotal to … Continue reading Many Hands Make Light Work
Stewardship Moments of Light January, 2021 John 1:3-5 All things came into being through him, and without him not one thing came into being. What has come into being in Him was life and the life was the light of all people. The light shines in the darkness and the darkness did not overcome it. … Continue reading Jerusalem Outreach
We had to do our beloved "Share Your Christmas" program a little differently in 2020. Many donors love the tradition of picking a tag from our Share Your Christmas tree and buying gifts for families in our community who need help at this time of year. However we created a web page so all who … Continue reading Your “Share Your Christmas” Donations Had a Huge Impact!