Because of YOUR Generosity, Circles Has Grown! Meet Our Second Group: Circles Washtenaw County, Class of 2018 Circles Washtenaw County started a
About The St. Luke CommunitySt. 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. 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.
By Carolyn Steenstra Have you ever been singing the song “Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing” and wondered what an Ebenezer was?
By Heather VanHartesveldt If I were to create a timeline of how my faith story started, it would begin before I even
By Lori Brinkey As part of our sermon series this month, we have been asked to read 42 Seconds by Carl Medearis.
By Chad Moyer First I want to thank you for this opportunity to go to Houston!! I look forward to more trips
By Phil Geyer On Palm Sunday we commemorate Christ's triumphant entrance into Jerusalem. People cheering and shouting. People climbing trees and grabbing
By Michell Porisch Every Tuesday I have the privilege to eat a meal at St. Luke and share something new and good
By Judy Maynard Does your home bless those who enter it with peace and love? Is it a welcoming place for your
A friend and family member of St. Luke, Sarah Crowder is a teacher at Faith Lutheran Middle School & High School in Las
By Lori Brinkey I have really enjoyed working at the tables and hearing the stories of many people who I maybe recognized