Many of us have been praying daily the Prayer of St. Francis. This is one of the clearest and most specific articulations of the role of a Christian community in a broken world crying out for peace.Read More
The advent of social media has forever changed what it means to participate and join with others in families, in the community, and in the Church.
Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn and many other platforms have created a wealth of new ways to converse, share content and deepen relationships with others, both locally and around the world. How are you sharing your faith in the digital age?Read More
It was the late, great baseball player, Yogi Berra, who once said, "I don't want to get the right answer to the wrong question!"Read More
Do you want your child to have the support of a church community in addition to their family?
The reasons for wanting this are many, but one is the desire for children to establish relationships that will last over the years, creating a network of support that can’t be found in other settings.Read More
In these troubled times, when the human temptation towards acting our hatred and violence is exacerbated by social media, our faithful response can be--among other things--to make the peace prayer of St. Francis a habit of the heart. And that way, we can begin to make peace a habit.Read More
"Are any among you sick? They should call for the elders of the church and have them pray over them, anointing them with oil in the name of the Lord."- James 5:14
Both Fr. Greg and I are ready to respond to the pastoral needs of the St. Luke's congregation...Read More
Our Gospel readings throughout the Season after Pentecost (this year, June 11 through November 26) inspire us to carry on the work of Jesus in the world, through powerful stories about his life and provocative parables from his ministry. We reflect on our own lives and how God is calling each of us to respond in faith to support people in need in our parish and in the wider Fort Collins community.Read More
The mission of St. Luke’s Preschool is to provide a high quality early childhood education in a safe, nurturing, and stimulating environment that will well prepare children for kindergarten and later learning. We foster joy for learning while respecting each child's social, emotional, physical, and cognitive growth and development.Read More
Pilgrimage is the ancient spiritual practice of preparing and making an intentional journey with God, which may or may not include an element of travel.Read More
On June 25, I gave a presentation on the essence of Christian marriage. For this, I invited participants to read aloud the wedding liturgies from the Book of Common Prayer and the recent liturgy composed for same-sex couples (which many opposite-sex couples now request as well), titled "The Witnessing and Blessing of a Marriage."Read More
Just as a single person with a candle can light up a room, a hundred people can light up a community, and thousands upon thousands of candles can light up the world. What if we were that candle, that light that shines? Can we bring love, light and peace to a dark and chaotic world?Read More
What is Christian love?
This crucial question is raised every time two people commit themselves to each other in the covenant of marriage.Read More
This summer St. Luke's and St. Paul's are teaming up once again to co-host a Vacation Bible School (VBS). The theme is Experience God's Gift of Water.
In the Bible, Jesus recognizes water as a metaphor for spiritual replenishment and vitality: "Let anyone who is thirsty come to me, and let one who believes in me drink.Read More
This week our combined youth group from St. Luke’s and St. Paul’s will join together on our annual summer mission trip.
Mission Trip 2017, our second, is a culmination of a year of fellowship, service and worship.Read More
The Day of Pentecost is upon us, and so is the Holy Spirit.Read More
Last year St. Luke’s began a tradition of Bike to Church Day, and we introduced a new ritual: the Blessing of the Bicycles at the summer 9:00am Grace in the Garden service.Read More
This week we ask your prayers as our group of 20 pilgrims (from St. Luke’s and beyond) begins a pilgrimage walking along the Camino from the south of France to the Cathedral at Santiago, Spain.Read More
St. Luke's is engaged in a process of discernment regarding God's call for us to openly welcome, respect, and support people of LGBT orientation. Our sense of call is summed up by St. Paul in his Letter to the Galatians: "In Christ there is no longer Jew or Greek, slave nor free, male nor female, for all are one" (3:28).Read More
We will next celebrate baptisms at St. Luke’s on the Feast of Pentecost, Sunday, June 4. People of all ages are welcome to be baptized.Read More