The Messenger

Stories from St. Luke's Lutheran Church of Logan Square

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All of the posts that were created here have been moved over to and all newly created posts will reside there as well. This site will be left up through the end of the year, and will then go away.

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Is my profile complete? No. In fact, it still needs some information from you in order for the site to function properly. You can edit your profile by clicking on … Continue reading

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Testimony on Second Sunday in Advent | Katie Baxter

Second Sunday in Advent Sunday, December 4th This testimony was offered in the early worship service by Katie Baxter as part of a four-week testimony series during the season of … Continue reading

December 7, 2016 · Leave a comment

St. Luke’s Open to All Today, Beginning at 3pm

St. Luke’s will open its doors this afternoon at 3pm to members and friends, strangers and passersby. We will remain open as long as it seems necessary. During that time we will hold the space for silence, for prayer, for testimony, for singing, for worship. Please give thought to whether this might be a balm for your soul today, or whether your presence might be a visible sign of reassurance for your friends and neighbors.

November 9, 2016 · Leave a comment

The Beginning of the End | Worship in November

All Saints Sunday marks the beginning of the end of the church year, which culminates with Reign of Christ. In a month full of election cycles and secular holidays, worship in November reorients us to our primary citizenship in the kingdom of God…

November 3, 2016 · Leave a comment

Testimony: Formed by Failure | Yali Amit

I met Sara on the online dating site OkCupid almost four years ago to the day. On our first phone conversation I learned she was a practicing Christian and even more specifically a Lutheran…

November 1, 2016 · 1 Comment

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