It’s August and the veggies are growing! Do you have any green beans, tomatoes, zucchini or other vegetables that you could share?
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 Lori Brinkey “So neither the one who plants nor the one who waters is anything, but only God, who makes this
By Mike Hasey Last October, when we held our first meeting for the vision pathway team, I was a little uncertain what
We're excited to share this App with members and guests alike, with this App we'd like to be able to connect with
By Richard Rossow Ash Wednesday is the name given to the first day of the season of Lent. Ash Wednesday, originally called dies
By Jennifer Hein Perhaps the most common question a mission team participant hears after returning home is, "So, what did you do?"
By Jeff Meyer, Vision Navigator Your Vision Pathway Team invites you to join them on the journey as God's Dream for St.
Dear Friends, It is hard to believe that another day is coming to a close. Today we traveled to Buena Vista. Buena
Dear Friends, As another day comes to a close I am continually reminded of the faith of everyone around me and our
Greetings in the name of Jesus! As leader of the trip, I’d like to take the opportunity to thank you for all