From Friday afternoon, September 23 through Sunday noon, September 25, we will be taking a break from the whirlwind of fall activities—demanding, as they do, so much of our energy. This weekend is for being calm together with friends, and refreshing that spirit of sisterhood that has characterized our lives together.
This retreat offers an opportunity to explore where you are on your journey using creative spiritual practices and guided group discussions that will include prayer, play, worship and fellowship. It also will include time to truly retreat for rest, relaxation and spiritual nourishment. The venue is the lovely Wisdom House, where the beautiful setting will enhance the experience .Our retreat leader, Lindsay Hurty, will encourage and inspire you to continue your spiritual journey, enriched by your fellow pilgrims along the way—your Saint Luke’s sisters.
This fall, parishioners of all ages are invited to journey through the Old Testament by focusing on 10 of the most important and consequential stories in the Hebrew Scriptures. Adults and teens will gather at 9:00 AM in the Parish Hall for The Sunday Forum, as one of our clergy helps unpack the story of the week. Children in Church School will discover the same stories in age-appropriate ways, allowing the whole family to take part. The Saint John’s Bible will be our guide as we rediscover the power of Scripture to ignite our spiritual imaginations and help us grow in love of God and neighbor.
We know that your job as a mom does not stop when your children head off to school. Though new challenges and struggles arise as you enter the school years with your kids, the need for community, hope and friendship remains. That’s why Saint Luke’s Parish offers MOMSnext. These groups are specifically designed to meet the needs of moms with school-age children.
Please join us every other Thursday for lunch and fellowship beginning October 6th, 12:30-1:30 PM. Please invite your friends! Register here with code: PRK5.
Join us on the first Thursday of each month, October-May at 1PM in the Anderson Youth & Community Center. We come together for inspirational presentations followed by discussion in order to connect, celebrate, question and share our journeys.
Join us for a short reading, a chant, and 20 minutes of silent meditation. Instruction in Centering Prayer is offered, or follow your own meditation practice. Drop-in group in the Taylor Room, Wednesdays, doors open at 6:00 PM; meditation starts at 6:15 PM.