The way community comes together at St. Luke’s becomes the web that shapes and forms us. Often, that means gathering around a table – for community dinners, a parish picnic, and the annual Shrove Tuesday pancake supper. Fellowship includes the fun of game nights and baseball outings, and it connects us to the community around us, through musical offerings and service. At St. Luke’s, we know we’re at our best when we’re opening our doors.
One of the gifts of community is that we are able to be a beacon of light for others. Sometimes that means being present with people who are new or who come for funerals or community events – and often it is when we connect through service for others out in the neighborhood and beyond. We’re transformed in common mission, through personal encounters, loving actions, and as we share generously the abundance we have been given.
This past year:
Our pantry provided over 1800 bags of food to hungry families
Our prayer group spent more than 50 hours offering healing prayer
We distributed at least 190 faith bags to households