On Wednesday, Dec. 10 the council and members of the congregation met with Bryan Esenberg, Assistant Commissioner, Department of Planning and Development for the City of Chicago. With a potential … Continue reading
by Dan Beirne, Urban Acacia I cannot think of many other circumstances in our world today in which you can approach a stranger’s home, ring their doorbell, and coax them … Continue reading
In summary: As has been communicated – we are at a crossroads at St. Luke’s and the breadth of that spans many dimensions. The Boulevard is part of that transition. The Boulevard Committee feels it’s a fitting time to move on – and channel our energies in new directions.
Sunday’s discussion was meaningful, fruitful, and not without emotion or challenges. There is much to discuss and explore that will require commitment across the congregation. We trust that God will be present with us as we enter this next chapter.