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News from St. Luke's United Methodist Church
St. Luke's United Methodist Church

April, 2012

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E-Bulletin for April 18, 2012
 
Awaken in Worship

 

Dinner With The KingOur sermon series, Dinner with the King explores what happened at some of the meals Jesus shared with others. We know that lives changed.
Join us for worship this Sunday as we continue this series! 

This Sunday's sermon is Forgiven.
The scripture is Luke 7:36-50. 
Embrace in Community

April 29, The 'D' Word: Talking to Children About Death, 
Join us in the Children's Chapel as we welcome, Amy Birchill Lavergne, the Executive Director of our Nick Finnegan Counseling Center, as she discusses ways to talk to children about death. This talk will equip parents with the right answers to the never-ending list of questions about why people die, and where they go when they die? This event is open to the community and is free of charge. Childcare is available with a reservation. To RSVP, contactJacel at 713-402-5039 or visit our website.        
Train in Teams
train in teams  

St. Luke's training teams follow a rule of life where, together, we lay aside sin, persevere in good, look to Jesus and claim the joy.

 

Learn more about training teams online or call Julia Fox 713-402-5034.   

 

Move in Ministry

    

April 21, All you Can Eat Crawfish Boil,
 Roll up your sleeves and chow down at the Nick Finnegan Counseling Center(NFCC) Crawfish Boil. Tickets are $25 in advance or $30 at the door and help NFCC help others. Purchase tickets or learn more at  
FinneganCounseling.org 

 


After School Care and Summer Camps 

 

Calendar 

 

 Children's Ministries

Embracing Communities  

  

Generosity 

 

Jobs  

      

Music and Fine Arts  

     


Move in Ministry
 


Day School
 


Student Ministries
 


Adult Sunday School
 

  

Singles 

 

Sr. Adults

 

Training Teams

 

United Methodist Women 

 

Young Adults 

 

Contact us  

 

 


 
Quick Links

StLukesMethodist.org

April 22, A new Singles Sunday School Class (ages 30-50) This Bible-based discussion  will begin with a get acquainted meeting on April 22, at 
9:45 a.m., in Room 101 of the Crossroads Building. For further information contact Susan Silvus.

   

April 22, Boy Scout Brisket Sale, St. Luke's Boy Scout Troop 46 will be at the Westheimer Campus taking orders for smoked briskets. Pick up will be April 27-29. Proceeds provide summer camp scholarships. 

Information and order forms are available online or contact Sandeep Seth.

 

April 22, Training session for our newest New Member Friends in the Library at 11 a.m. - 12 p.m. with an optional lunch afterwards.  If you are interested in learning more about this wonderful ministry, contact  Joy Johnston at 713-402-5033 orjjohnston@stlukesmethodist.org, or Paul Meyer at 713-960-1945 or pmeyer002@comcast.net  

 

The United Methodist Women's Afternoon Study Circle will meet at 12  p.m. in the Parlor at the Westheimer campus. Alice King, Director of Outreach Ministries, will discuss the many faces of Outreach at St. Luke's. For reservationsemail or call Barbara Landrum at 281-494-9319 or Deanna Wilson at 713-771-4197.

 

April 25, Gethsemane Silver Circle,Come for games and conversation starting at 9 a.m., stay for lunch and birthday celebrations at noon. Canterbury Hall, Gethsemane campus. Call Betsy Evans, 281-565-0348, for reservations.

 

April 27, Singles Fourth Friday Dinnerwill be at 7 p.m., at Berryhill's, located at the corner of San Felipe and Post Oak. All singles are invited to join us for dinner and conversation. ContactSusan Silvus.

 

April 28, Essential Legal Life Care Management Seminar,Free skill-building workshop to inform, equip and encourage anyone planning their life care, or for family members caring for aging or chronically ill loved ones. 9-11:30 a.m., Online registrationavailable  or call Marlys Barry at 713-402-5008.

 

April 29, Young Adults will gather for lunchat Tiny Boxwood's (3614 West Alabama)following the 11 a.m. service.

 

April 29 and May 6, Adoption Discovery Class will give you step-by-step guidance, encouragement and support as you learn about all types of adoptions. Information/orientation sessions are offered from 4-5:30 p.m. Actual five-week course is begins May 20. Materials are $12. For registration and childcare information, go towww.stlukesmethodist.org/adoption_classesor call Amy Bezecny at 713 402-5134.    

 

April 29,Salisbury Vespers, Texas premiere of Bob Chilcott's magnificent new work, with Mr. Chilcott conducting at 7 p.m. in the Sanctuary. SAlisbury Vespers is based on the ancient evening service of Vespers, but includes texts taken from medieval English poetry along with the customary vesper canticles and psalms.   

Sign up now

 

 May 18, Young Adult Spring Retreat 

to Galveston May 18 - 20. Sign-up during the Luminous Class, or email Stephanie Wilkinson at steph.b.wilkinson@gmail.com. Join us for a great time of fellowship and relaxation!

  

May 31-June 3, Project Blueprint - Jr. High Mission Trip

to San Antonio where we'll partner with Blueprint Ministries, painting and repairing houses. Contact Brindley Ginn at 713-402-5140.
  
Vacation Bible School registration is underway for campers and teens. Join us forOperation OverboardJune 11-15, 9 a.m. -12 p.m. Details online

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3471 Westheimer, Houston, TX 77027 | 6856 Bellaire Blvd., Houston, TX 77074 StLukesMethodist.org | 713-622-5710 

 



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