But Jesus, in an attempt to explain the nature of the world to us, does not compare the world to an earthquake, or flood, or some chaotic, disastrous event out of control and doomed to destruction… He compares it to a tree sprouting leaves.
The interim space working group is pleased to announce St. Luke’s has secured a year long lease…
The 70’s was the busiest, most hectic, most rewarding and most fulfilling decade of our 58 years together as a couple!
The stately church building that we called, “A House of Prayer for all People,” has seen many chapters of ministry come and go. Along with Erik, who has a long history embedded within these sacred walls, I find myself remembering and reflecting on how the various physical spaces in this rambling building have been the dwelling place of God in worship, education, and outreach to a changing community. From Erik’s description of this great congregational transition, I am most happy to know that these walls will be renewed and the ministry of Christ will continue in this place albeit in different form. And I am especially glad that St. Luke’s congregation will remain together and is moving on.
The Congregation Council approved last Wednesday a recommendation of the Worship Team that we discontinue child care during worship, effective November 1st, the first Sunday that we are at the Armitage location.
I am here today, declaring my membership among you, as someone who is excited for future possibilities; as someone who is grieving and heartbroken; as someone who is still deeply uncomfortable with my Christian-identity and as someone with a thirst for justice and radical change in our community and the world.
.The priority for this survey is to hear from people and communities that are most impacted by health disparities or are under-served.