Last call for Easter Basket Outreach donations! -Anna Publiski | 3/11/21 Over the past two weeks, it has been awesome
About St. Luke-Ann ArborSt. Luke-Ann Arbor is a place for families of any kind to come and meet Jesus, and grow in their relationship with each other and the community around them. We are here to become intentional in our faith walk and to receive His grace and forgiveness weekly. St. Luke is diverse in age, culture, and family make-up, but we all are looking to connect people to Jesus and walk along side them as they explore and learn more about the God that created, saved, and sustains them. We offer weekly Bible studies, Sunday morning bible studies, a MOPS group, and more to connect people to each other and to Jesus. At St. Luke we believe that the home is the primary place for faith formation and we want to equip, support, encourage, and resource you as you follow Jesus with the people He has put around you.
This Wednesday, we will mark the beginning of Lent by being marked ourselves with the sign of the cross during worship (6:30
“1 Peter: Living Hope in Trying Times,” a Bible Study with Pastor John, begins this Sunday, February 7, live in the West
Our new Sunday morning schedule, beginning Feb. 21, is... · 8:30 Living Heritage worship (organ-driven, liturgical worship with hymns)· 9:30 Communion in
Dear Ones,On Sunday, Feb 21, the first Sunday in Lent, we’re going to take the next step in our lives of worship
Friends in Christ, Elections for the Spiritual Leadership Council and Board of Elders for 2021 will take place on Sunday January 24th,
Our new quarterly mission endeavor is Family Life Services. Family Life Services is a pregnancy help center that has been active in
The annual Christmas Party is a part of the Washtenaw County Sheriff’s Office commitment to the building of safe, stable communities through
Ready for another election? The election process for the SLC and Board of Elders is in full swing. Read more about the
Pro-life candles, to display on your porch Thursday, January 21, will be available in the narthex after church on Sunday, January 17.