Whole Family Holy Week

It’s Holy Week and if you’re anything like me, you have a to-do list a mile long. Between family visiting, planning Easter dinner and […]

Strength, Weakness, Glory – Worship Response

By Lydia Will

I sat across from the smiling administrator, trying my best to keep my voice from catching as I tried to explain myself. […]

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Seeking everyone’s story … sharing in His story.

By Justin Rossow

A “wet cement” session presents the work of our Vision Pathway Team to the congregation before anything is finalized. Based on the feedback from […]

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Mobile App FAQ

We’re excited to share this App with members and guests alike, with this App we’d like to be able to connect with you more, […]

By |March 2nd, 2017|Categories: St. Luke|Tags: , , |0 Comments

Introducing Pam Kamrath – LWML 2017 Woman of the Year

Lent Adult Discipleship

By Justin Rossow

Our Lenten Thy Will Be Done theme will shape our worship and prayers over this season of preparing for Good Friday and […]

The Imposition of Ashes

By Richard Rossow
Ash Wednesday is the name given to the first day of the season of Lent.
Ash Wednesday, originally called dies cinerum (day of ashes), […]

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Thy Will Be Done: A Lenten Journey of Prayer

By Justin Rossow

Thy will be done: Jesus gave us those words in the Lord’s Prayer. Thy will be done: Jesus prayed those words in […]

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U.Worship 2017

On February 4th, members of the Worship Arts ministry at St. Luke met for U.Worship, an annual team building event. I caught up with […]

Guatemala Mission Trip: Endings and Beginnings

By Jennifer Hein

Perhaps the most common question a mission team participant hears after returning home is, “So, what did you do?” While we could […]

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