Spiritual Deepening Group - Wednesdays
Nov
22
7:00 AM07:00

Spiritual Deepening Group - Wednesdays

  • Chapel & Library, St. Luke's Church (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

We begin with 20 minutes of silence followed by discussion of the directed reading from the Thomas Merton series, Bridges to Contemplative Living.

Though thematically connected, each session stands independent of the others; so perfect, sequential attendance is not required to be up-to-date with the day's reading.

Please just show up, or for more information email Ed Gregori.

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Fr. Greg's Starbucks Drop-In
Nov
22
3:30 PM15:30

Fr. Greg's Starbucks Drop-In

How are you hoping to connect with God this Advent?

Join me today for Drop-In Office Hours at Starbucks on College, just north of Stuart, from 3:30 to 5:30pm to explore our faith.

I will return to St. Luke's for the Candlelight Communion service at 6 p.m. You're welcome to join me.

Hope to see you this afternoon!

NOTE: Fr. Greg has been called to serve on the Bishop's staff in Denver. This week and next week are his final Starbucks drop-ins.

Read about Fr. Greg's Starbucks Drop-In as published in the Colorado Episcopalian.

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Spiritual Deepening Group - Mondays
Nov
27
12:00 PM12:00

Spiritual Deepening Group - Mondays

  • Chapel & Library, St. Luke's Church (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

We begin with 20 minutes of silence followed by discussion of the directed reading from the Thomas Merton series, Bridges to Contemplative Living.

Though thematically connected, each session stands independent of the others; so perfect, sequential attendance is not required to be up-to-date with the day's reading. 

Please just show up, or for more information email Ed Gregori.

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Daughters of the King
Nov
27
1:30 PM13:30

Daughters of the King

Daughters of the King is a worldwide women's organization with local chapters, whose mission is "the extension of Christ’s Kingdom through Prayer, Service and Evangelism."

Any woman who is interested in joining is welcome to one of our meetings on the 2nd and 4th Monday of the month at 1:30 pm in the library.  We are identified by our silver cross worn at all times.
 
We encourage you to bring us your prayer requests and please be assured they are confidential.

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Fr. Greg's Final Starbucks Drop-In
Nov
29
3:30 PM15:30

Fr. Greg's Final Starbucks Drop-In

How are you hoping to connect with God this Advent?

Join me today for Drop-In Office Hours at Starbucks on College, just north of Stuart, from 3:30 to 5:30pm to explore our faith.

I will return to St. Luke's for the Candlelight Communion service at 6 p.m. You're welcome to join me.

Hope to see you this afternoon!

NOTE: Fr. Greg has been called to serve on the Bishop's staff in Denver. This week is his final Starbucks drop-in.

Read about Fr. Greg's Starbucks Drop-In as published in the Colorado Episcopalian.

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9am - Feast of St. Nicholas
Dec
3
9:00 AM09:00

9am - Feast of St. Nicholas

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St. Nick or Santa?

On Sunday, December 3 (the first Sunday of Advent) at the 9 am service, a favorite saint -- considered the true Santa -- will visit our St. Nicholas Chapel.

St. Nicholas will share the story of his life. Born into a wealthy family in what is now Turkey over 1700 years ago, Nicholas used his inheritance to help the needy. He became the bishop of Myra in recognition of his faithful service. He died on December 6, in the year 343. Watch for his miter (bishop’s hat)!

Last year St. Nicholas shared chocolate coins—even gluten, soy and nut-free coins.  Please return the favor to St. Nick by bringing canned food for the Larimer County Food Bank.

St. Nicholas’ feast day falls at the beginning of Advent, a time of preparation for the birth of Jesus. Will your family visit only Santa in Old Town, or a saint of the church?

- Tricia Medlock, Sunday School Coordinator

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6:30pm - S.L.o.W. Down for Fellowship & Food
Dec
6
6:30 PM18:30

6:30pm - S.L.o.W. Down for Fellowship & Food

Have you been coming to church but missing that connection with your church community? St. Luke’s invites you to SLoW down and reconnect with community members.

St. Luke’s on Wednesday is a new fellowship in which a light supper and  lively, thought-provoking discussion are served up weekly. Join us as we fill our bellies and feed our soul at 6:30 pm.
 
All ages, all church members - both new and lifelong, are invited to attend. Conveniently timed before choir rehearsal and after the 6pm Candlelight Communion service.

November 1, 8, 15, December 6, 13. January dates to be announced.

 

 

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10:30am Advent Lessons & Carols
Dec
10
10:30 AM10:30

10:30am Advent Lessons & Carols

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From Music Director, Andrew Hill:

The choir, organist Dale Nickell, and I would like to extend a warm invitation for everyone to come and experience Lessons and Carols this December 10th during the 10:30 service. The season of Advent prepares us for the Christmas Season in a way that draws us away from consumerism and secularism and allows us to reflect on the true meaning of Christmas. The service will consist of a series of readings, hymns, and carols that trace the biblical origin story to the coming of salvation and the light of Christ into our world. This is a perfect opportunity to invite friends and neighbor to experience some of the best St. Luke's has to offer. So be sure to mark your calendars for a Sunday morning filled with sacred song and story of salvation.

Come hear scriptures stories tracing creation to redemption, listen to lovely music, and sing hymns together. Note: no Holy Eucharist at this service.

Click here to learn about the original service, begun in 1918 at King's College Chapel in Cambridge, England.

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6:30pm - S.L.o.W. Down for Fellowship & Food
Dec
13
6:30 PM18:30

6:30pm - S.L.o.W. Down for Fellowship & Food

Have you been coming to church but missing that connection with your church community? St. Luke’s invites you to SLoW down and reconnect with community members.

St. Luke’s on Wednesday is a new fellowship in which a light supper and  lively, thought-provoking discussion are served up weekly. Join us as we fill our bellies and feed our soul at 6:30 pm.
 
All ages, all church members - both new and lifelong, are invited to attend. Conveniently timed before choir rehearsal and after the 6pm Candlelight Communion service.

November 1, 8, 15, December 6, 13. January dates to be announced.

 

 

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Kids' Night Out/Parents' Night Off
Dec
15
5:30 PM17:30

Kids' Night Out/Parents' Night Off

Drop off your kids (ages preschool to 10 years old) for a fun night out filled with age-appropriate activities.

Take this opportunity to finish the holiday shopping or enjoy a long overdue date night!

Your kids will have a fun night out in a  safe environment while you enjoy a worry-free night off.

Our youth group will host holiday-themed activity stations including crafts and group games, along with dinner and a movie. $20 per child/$30 per family -- It's a fundraiser for the youth group mission trip!

Space is limited to 20 so register early to guarantee your child's participation.

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Youth Pilgrimage to Spain
Jun
17
to Jun 27

Youth Pilgrimage to Spain

St. Luke's is joining with five other Episcopal Churches in Colorado for a group pilgrimage for youth aged 15-18 to walk the Camino de Santiago in Spain, June 17-27, 2018 with Fr. Greg.

The Camino de Santiago, or the Way of St. James has been taken for hundreds of years by faithful Christians making their holy pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela. Our pilgrimage will help lead participants into a deeper relationship with God. This pilgrimage is not just a great backpacking trip, but a chance for youth pilgrims to discover Christian faith like never before. This will be a life-changing journey that our high school youth won't want to miss.

Learn about this inspiring pilgrimage at information meetings (all meetings will include the same information, choose the best meeting time) First meeting: Oct. 29th at 11:30am in the Library at St. Luke's. For more information contact Fr. Greg.

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Singles on the Go (55+) Coffee
Nov
21
9:30 AM09:30

Singles on the Go (55+) Coffee

St. Luke's Singles on the Go is a fun, informal group for those 55 and over. 

We meet every Tuesday morning (except the second Tuesday) at 9:30 at the coffee shop in Sprouts Market (Lemay and Drake).

In addition, once a month we go out to dinner at a local restaurant at 5:30 pm. 

Please RSVP to Gail McKenzie or to find out where the dinner is this month

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Spiritual Deepening Group - Mondays
Nov
20
12:00 PM12:00

Spiritual Deepening Group - Mondays

  • Chapel & Library, St. Luke's Church (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

We begin with 20 minutes of silence followed by discussion of the directed reading from the Thomas Merton series, Bridges to Contemplative Living.

Though thematically connected, each session stands independent of the others; so perfect, sequential attendance is not required to be up-to-date with the day's reading. 

Please just show up, or for more information email Ed Gregori.

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9:30am - The Episcopal Way (final week)
Nov
19
9:30 AM09:30

9:30am - The Episcopal Way (final week)

Christianity can be an adventure when you approach it The Episcopal Way. Join Fr. Abshire for a fall Spiritual Deepening series in which we will learn how our Episcopal tradition makes Christianity come alive!

Each week we will explore a different topic on what makes Episcopal principles relevant in today’s world. Anyone is welcome to submit questions or topics.
 
Sunday, October 8 through November 19 (except 11/12).
You do not have to attend all sessions.

 

 

 

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6:30pm - S.L.o.W. Down for Fellowship & Food
Nov
15
6:30 PM18:30

6:30pm - S.L.o.W. Down for Fellowship & Food

Have you been coming to church but missing that connection with your church community? St. Luke’s invites you to SLoW down and reconnect with community members.

St. Luke’s on Wednesday is a new fellowship in which a light supper and  lively, thought-provoking discussion are served up weekly. Join us as we fill our bellies and feed our soul at 6:30 pm.
 
All ages, all church members - both new and lifelong, are invited to attend. Conveniently timed before choir rehearsal and after the 6pm Candlelight Communion service.

November 1, 8, 15, December 6, 13. January dates to be announced.

 

 

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Spiritual Deepening Group - Wednesdays
Nov
15
7:00 AM07:00

Spiritual Deepening Group - Wednesdays

  • Chapel & Library, St. Luke's Church (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

We begin with 20 minutes of silence followed by discussion of the directed reading from the Thomas Merton series, Bridges to Contemplative Living.

Though thematically connected, each session stands independent of the others; so perfect, sequential attendance is not required to be up-to-date with the day's reading.

Please just show up, or for more information email Ed Gregori.

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Daughters of the King
Nov
13
1:30 PM13:30

Daughters of the King

Daughters of the King is a worldwide women's organization with local chapters, whose mission is "the extension of Christ’s Kingdom through Prayer, Service and Evangelism."

Any woman who is interested in joining is welcome to one of our meetings on the 2nd and 4th Monday of the month at 1:30 pm in the library.  We are identified by our silver cross worn at all times.
 
We encourage you to bring us your prayer requests and please be assured they are confidential.

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Spiritual Deepening Group - Mondays
Nov
13
12:00 PM12:00

Spiritual Deepening Group - Mondays

  • Chapel & Library, St. Luke's Church (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

We begin with 20 minutes of silence followed by discussion of the directed reading from the Thomas Merton series, Bridges to Contemplative Living.

Though thematically connected, each session stands independent of the others; so perfect, sequential attendance is not required to be up-to-date with the day's reading. 

Please just show up, or for more information email Ed Gregori.

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S.L.o.W. Down for Fellowship & Food
Nov
8
6:30 PM18:30

S.L.o.W. Down for Fellowship & Food

Have you been coming to church but missing that connection with your church community? St. Luke’s invites you to SLoW down and reconnect with community members.

St. Luke’s on Wednesday is a new fellowship in which a light supper and  lively, thought-provoking discussion are served up weekly. Join us as we fill our bellies and feed our soul at 6:30 pm.
 
All ages, all church members - both new and lifelong, are invited to attend. Conveniently timed before choir rehearsal and after the 6pm Candlelight Communion service.

November 1, 8, 15, December 6, 13. January dates to be announced.

 

 

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Spiritual Deepening Group - Wednesdays
Nov
8
7:00 AM07:00

Spiritual Deepening Group - Wednesdays

  • Chapel & Library, St. Luke's Church (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

We begin with 20 minutes of silence followed by discussion of the directed reading from the Thomas Merton series, Bridges to Contemplative Living.

Though thematically connected, each session stands independent of the others; so perfect, sequential attendance is not required to be up-to-date with the day's reading.

Please just show up, or for more information email Ed Gregori.

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Singles on the Go (55+) Coffee
Nov
7
9:30 AM09:30

Singles on the Go (55+) Coffee

St. Luke's Singles on the Go is a fun, informal group for those 55 and over. 

We meet every Tuesday morning (except the second Tuesday) at 9:30 at the coffee shop in Sprouts Market (Lemay and Drake).

In addition, once a month we go out to dinner at a local restaurant at 5:30 pm. 

Please RSVP to Gail McKenzie or to find out where the dinner is this month

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Spiritual Deepening Group - Mondays
Nov
6
12:00 PM12:00

Spiritual Deepening Group - Mondays

  • Chapel & Library, St. Luke's Church (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

We begin with 20 minutes of silence followed by discussion of the directed reading from the Thomas Merton series, Bridges to Contemplative Living.

Though thematically connected, each session stands independent of the others; so perfect, sequential attendance is not required to be up-to-date with the day's reading. 

Please just show up, or for more information email Ed Gregori.

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9:30am The Episcopal Way (series)
Nov
5
9:30 AM09:30

9:30am The Episcopal Way (series)

Christianity can be an adventure when you approach it The Episcopal Way. Join Fr. Abshire for a fall Spiritual Deepening series in which we will learn how our Episcopal tradition makes Christianity come alive!

Each week we will explore a different topic on what makes Episcopal principles relevant in today’s world. Anyone is welcome to submit questions or topics.
 
Sunday, October 8 through November 19 (except 11/12).
You do not have to attend all sessions.

 

 

 

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Alzheimer's: Communication Strategies for Caregivers
Nov
2
1:30 PM13:30

Alzheimer's: Communication Strategies for Caregivers

Katie Fahrenbruch of the Alzheimer's Association will be coming to St. Luke's Episcopal Church for p\Part 2 of 2 in this series.

Communication Strategies for Caregivers will give ideas on better ways to communicate with loved ones who have dementia. Fahrenbruch will talk about the reasons communication changes when a loved one has dementia and she will offer strategies caregivers can leave with to improve immediately how they are communicating with their loved one.

As before, there will be music, refreshment, and time to ask questions of Fahrenbruch one-on-one.

RSVP appreciated but not required.

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S.L.o.W. Down for Fellowship & Food
Nov
1
6:30 PM18:30

S.L.o.W. Down for Fellowship & Food

Have you been coming to church but missing that connection with your church community? St. Luke’s invites you to SLoW down and reconnect with community members.

St. Luke’s on Wednesday is a new fellowship in which a light supper and  lively, thought-provoking discussion are served up weekly. Join us as we fill our bellies and feed our soul at 6:30 pm.
 
All ages, all church members - both new and lifelong, are invited to attend. Conveniently timed before choir rehearsal and after the 6pm Candlelight Communion service.

November 1, 8 and 15 at 6:30 pm

We will break for December, and plan to resume in January.

 

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Spiritual Deepening Group - Wednesdays
Nov
1
7:00 AM07:00

Spiritual Deepening Group - Wednesdays

  • Chapel & Library, St. Luke's Church (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

We begin with 20 minutes of silence followed by discussion of the directed reading from the Thomas Merton series, Bridges to Contemplative Living.

Though thematically connected, each session stands independent of the others; so perfect, sequential attendance is not required to be up-to-date with the day's reading.

Please just show up, or for more information email Ed Gregori.

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Singles on the Go (55+) Coffee
Oct
31
9:30 AM09:30

Singles on the Go (55+) Coffee

St. Luke's Singles on the Go is a fun, informal group for those 55 and over. 

We meet every Tuesday morning (except the second Tuesday) at 9:30 at the coffee shop in Sprouts Market (Lemay and Drake).

In addition, once a month we go out to dinner at a local restaurant at 5:30 pm. 

Please RSVP to Gail McKenzie or to find out where the dinner is this month

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Spiritual Deepening Group - Mondays
Oct
30
12:00 PM12:00

Spiritual Deepening Group - Mondays

  • Chapel & Library, St. Luke's Church (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

We begin with 20 minutes of silence followed by discussion of the directed reading from the Thomas Merton series, Bridges to Contemplative Living.

Though thematically connected, each session stands independent of the others; so perfect, sequential attendance is not required to be up-to-date with the day's reading. 

Please just show up, or for more information email Ed Gregori.

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Informational Mtg for HS Youth Pilgrimage in June
Oct
29
11:30 AM11:30

Informational Mtg for HS Youth Pilgrimage in June

St. Luke's is joining with five other Episcopal Churches in Colorado for a group pilgrimage for youth aged 15-18 to walk the Camino de Santiago in Spain, June 17-27, 2018 with Fr. Greg.

The Camino de Santiago, or the Way of St. James has been taken for hundreds of years by faithful Christians making their holy pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela. Our pilgrimage will help lead participants into a deeper relationship with God. This pilgrimage is not just a great backpacking trip, but a chance for youth pilgrims to discover Christian faith like never before. This will be a life-changing journey that our high school youth won't want to miss.

Learn about this inspiring pilgrimage at information meetings (all meetings will include the same information, choose the best meeting time) First meeting: Oct. 29th at 11:30am in the Library at St. Luke's. For more information contact Fr. Greg.

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9:30am The Episcopal Way (series)
Oct
29
9:30 AM09:30

9:30am The Episcopal Way (series)

Christianity can be an adventure when you approach it The Episcopal Way. Join Fr. Abshire for a fall Spiritual Deepening series in which we will learn how our Episcopal tradition makes Christianity come alive!

Each week we will explore a different topic on what makes Episcopal principles relevant in today’s world. Anyone is welcome to submit questions or topics.
 
Sunday, October 8 through November 19 (except 11/12).
You do not have to attend all sessions.

 

 

 

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Paint n Praise: A Workshop with Artist Christine Nossoughi
Oct
28
1:00 PM13:00

Paint n Praise: A Workshop with Artist Christine Nossoughi

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In our busy world of endless environmental stimulation, our sensory system is seldom given a rest. Busy moms, driving work schedules, exhausting commutes and many home responsibilities leave us tired and craving an escape. What our bodies are telling us is that we need to attend to not only our physical needs, but also to our emotional and spiritual needs. As followers of Christ, we see he faithfully took time to escape the crowds and demands on his time and energy, to rest in meditation with our Heavenly Father. He was intentional to rest his body, mind and spirit and refuel his whole being.

Tickets ($40) include:
•    Canvas
•    Paint
•    Brushes
•    Music
•    Guided Meditation/Lighting of Candles/Aromatic Infusions/Sounds of Nature
•    Refreshments

Space is limited.
Register today.

 

This 2 1/2 + hour workshop is designed to intentionally set aside a time and place to get away from our daily life demands, and reconnect… "check-in" with our spirits and make time to commune and meditate with ourselves and with our Lord. After a time of quiet (with soft nature sounds) meditation, with paint brush in hand we will then enter into a time of creative response onto paper (writing our thoughts) and on canvas (to express our impressions). We will encourage the expression of color, texture, patterns, form and light as it is meaningful to what each individual saw or felt during their time of meditation and prayer.

About the Artist:
According to Christine we are all God's paintbrush. As a creative tool in the hand of God, we can be used to paint beauty in the lives of others in this vast and complicated human race. We can be instrumental in creating harmony in our physical environments, our spheres of influence. Nossoughi works in diverse and mixed media with painting, pottery, Jewelry, lapidary, metal smithing, bronze, aluminum, steel, cement and mixed media sculpture. Her subject matter is also diverse including, horses, dogs, wildlife, figurative and spirituality. Christine has served as curator and judge for art competitions and teaches classes.  Her work is currently on display in the St. Luke's Narthex.

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Spiritual Deepening Group - Wednesdays
Oct
25
7:00 AM07:00

Spiritual Deepening Group - Wednesdays

  • Chapel & Library, St. Luke's Church (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

We begin with 20 minutes of silence followed by discussion of the directed reading from the Thomas Merton series, Bridges to Contemplative Living.

Though thematically connected, each session stands independent of the others; so perfect, sequential attendance is not required to be up-to-date with the day's reading.

Please just show up, or for more information email Ed Gregori.

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Singles on the Go (55+) Coffee
Oct
24
9:30 AM09:30

Singles on the Go (55+) Coffee

St. Luke's Singles on the Go is a fun, informal group for those 55 and over. 

We meet every Tuesday morning (except the second Tuesday) at 9:30 at the coffee shop in Sprouts Market (Lemay and Drake).

In addition, once a month we go out to dinner at a local restaurant at 5:30 pm. 

Please RSVP to Gail McKenzie or to find out where the dinner is this month

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Daughters of the King
Oct
23
1:30 PM13:30

Daughters of the King

Daughters of the King is a worldwide women's organization with local chapters, whose mission is "the extension of Christ’s Kingdom through Prayer, Service and Evangelism."

Any woman who is interested in joining is welcome to one of our meetings on the 2nd and 4th Monday of the month at 1:30 pm in the library.  We are identified by our silver cross worn at all times.
 
We encourage you to bring us your prayer requests and please be assured they are confidential.

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Spiritual Deepening Group - Mondays
Oct
23
12:00 PM12:00

Spiritual Deepening Group - Mondays

  • Chapel & Library, St. Luke's Church (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

We begin with 20 minutes of silence followed by discussion of the directed reading from the Thomas Merton series, Bridges to Contemplative Living.

Though thematically connected, each session stands independent of the others; so perfect, sequential attendance is not required to be up-to-date with the day's reading. 

Please just show up, or for more information email Ed Gregori.

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9:30am The Episcopal Way (series)
Oct
22
9:30 AM09:30

9:30am The Episcopal Way (series)

Christianity can be an adventure when you approach it The Episcopal Way. Join Fr. Abshire for a fall Spiritual Deepening series in which we will learn how our Episcopal tradition makes Christianity come alive!

Each week we will explore a different topic on what makes Episcopal principles relevant in today’s world. Anyone is welcome to submit questions or topics.
 
Sunday, October 8 through November 19 (except 11/12).
You do not have to attend all sessions.

 

 

 

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