Awaken in Worship
October 2 is World Communion Sunday. St. Luke's will join with Christian churches around the world in celebrating Holy Communion at all worship services.
If God is so good, why do people suffer? Don't miss week three of our Hard to Believe sermon series as we ask If God is So Good ...? based on Job 24:1-2.
Want to hear last week's sermon again? It is available on our new website! View it here.
Embrace in Community
Invitation to Psalms focuses on the prayers of praise and lament throughout the centuries. Although the class has begun, newcomers are welcome through October 6. The class meets Thursdays through December 8, 9:45-11:15 a.m. in R25. Contact Sally Dowland, or Adult Ministries at 713-402-5139.
See photos from Come Walk WIth Us held on September 24 at the Gethsemane Campus. Over 125 volunteers worked on Project Neighborhood and participated in a prayer pilgrimage through the Sharpstown area.
| |Train in Teams Do you wonder what it means to train in teams? Learn more by watching this brief video.
Move in Ministry
Our outreach partner Christian Community Service Center's Jingle Bell Express Client Registration is Monday, October 3 and Tuesday, October 5. Volunteers are needed to help parents register their children to receive presents during the Christmas season. Sign-up will be from 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. in St. Luke's Blanton Bldg. Contact Jeni at 713-961-3993 x215 if you can help.
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| Save the Date|
October 2, The Pure Sound Pumpkin Patch officially opens on the front lawn of the Westheimer Campus.
October 4, Children's Art Therapy Support Group, provides emotional expression for children and youth coping with the long-term illness of a loved one. Find out more
October 9, Join the Luminous Sunday School Class for a Young Adult Barbecue Cookout at 5 p.m. at Blanton Field. For more information, email the class.
October 9, Commit for Life Blood Drive is
8 a.m. -1 p.m. at the Westheimer Activities Center. Make your appointment online and enter our code 4301 or contact Alice at 713-402-5067. Walk-ins are welcome.