Highlights of current and past St. Luke activities
Come one come all to the Community Health Expo on March 30, 10 am - 1:00 pm. Free health screenings, including medical, dental, vision, blood pressure, blood sugar, and mammograms. We will have a Kid's zone with prizes, a bouncy house, face paintings, and fun. Food and door prizes too!
Join us as we attend the Calvary Lenten Series and Waffle Shop on Thursday, April 4. We will carpool from St Luke at 10 am and eat lunch at the Waffle Shop before the service. The Lenten service begins at noon with Rabbi Micah Greenstein.
The Memphis area Lutheran churches will join at St. Luke to hear Bishop Julian Gordy preach. Following worship, we'll have a catered meal in the CFC. Join us for a discussion on the upcoming election of our new bishop, and fellowship with Memphis area Lutherans.
Lenten Offerings—Fill the Ark banks Pick up your Fill the Ark giving bank today, fill it with loose change, and bring it in each Sunday. Our offerings will be shared between Heifer International and the St. Luke Food Pantry.
Join us for Bingo Night—March 9, 5-9 pm.
UN in the CFC! BYOB, adults only please. $5 to cover cost of prizes and food. Sign up on the Communication Card today!
Lenten Small Groups Three groups are available (and more can be added) to study Soul Keeping, Caring for The Most Important Part of You. Lent is the time to look inward and care for your soul. This six-week study will help you grow in spiritual disciplines. Study books are $8 each and available at the church. Sunday 9am, Rm 106/108 Paul White’s Sunday School (3/10) Tuesday, 10am, Room 135, Ladies’ Bible Study (3/12) Wednesday, Meal at 5pm, Study at 5:30pm, Room 135 (3/13)
Vitalant (formerly LifeBlood) will be at St. Luke Sunday, Feb. 17, 9am - 12:30pm.
Sign up on the sheet outside the office, or online at clublifeblood.us.
Jon Klein has more information.
Join us on Tuesday mornings at 10am for a study by Jennifer Rothschild, Walking by Faith: Lessons Learned in the Dark. The study contrasts the evidences of walking by faith and walking by sight and encourages participants to take risks and give God control. Led by Tanya Bolkcom.
Sometimes it is good to be able to share our prayer concerns with another Christian. That's what the after-service Prayer Room (#111, next to the nursery) is all about. If you want to share a prayer concern for yourself or someone you love, there will be a Stephen Minister waiting for you!
Remember Christ said,
"For where two or three gather in my name, there am I with them."
Learn more about Stephen Ministry at St Luke - we are here for you!
Join us on Sunday, January 27th, as we welcome our guest speaker Lincoln Coffman, who will be sharing about addiction, recovery, and faith. Mr. Coffman is the Project Lifeline Peer Coordinator for Region 7 (Shelby County) Tennessee. He is CPRS certified and has received trainings in WRAP, ACEs, and Healing Arts Research. He has over 7.5 years of abstinence and recovery from alcoholism and drug addiction, which has taken place in the recovery communities of Memphis, TN. Inthat time, he became a father, received Bachelors and Masters degrees at The University of Memphis, taught English Composition, Literature, and Poetry at the university, and began working as a Certified Peer Recovery Specialist (CPRS) with the Memphis Area Prevention Coalition. As a CPRS and Lifeliner, he answers calls via the Tennessee Redline (1-800-889-9789) and attempts to make recovery more accessible to those seeking help. He facilitates 12 Step Meetings in local jails and prisons and speaks to various groups about alcoholism, addiction, stigma, and recovery. He also reaches out to local congregations in the hope that they will join the Tennessee Faith Based Initiative and become Certified Recovery Congregations.