Charlotte Hinger, "Creativity and the Holy Spirit: Harnessing the Demons." Charlotte Hinger, novelist and Kansas historian, will lead two interactive sessions on practical writing techniques that spark inspiration.
This is intended as opportunity to sit in stillness and simplicity with piano music as a backdrop—an opportunity to pull away from the busyness of the day. May we view this time not as a “concert,” but as an “offering up” of our thoughts, our minds and souls. May our pause be an open door for God’s indwelling presence.
Enjoy Christy’s beautiful music the first Monday of every month at 1:15pm at St. Luke’s chapel.
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St. Luke’s Vestry invites you to join us for an awesome time of fellowship, food & fun! We are following up our 1st Sunday Breakfasts by having an all-church fellowship dinner! Lawn games and activities also.
It’s going to be an awesome time to be together as one body. We don’t get a chance to do this very often so don’t miss it!
Vestry members will provide items for the grill. Please bring either a salad, side dish, or dessert to share.
Also BYOB and bring a lawn chair.
Join us for a child-centered church service full of prayer, singing, learning, and fun! Children 3 and older are invited to attend this special children’s service. Teens and adults who would like to assist are invited to attend this activity, too. Children will rejoin their families in the church during the exchange of peace.
Be sure to mark your calendars for October 20th, 2019. This date marks the return of the St. Luke's celebration of Beer, Bach and Brats. We have a very special addition to our festivities this year: The world-famous Ensemble Heinavanke will be flying all the way from the country of Estonia to share their talents with our church. This exquisite 7-person vocal ensemble will join the St. Luke's Parish Choir in performing a Bach cantata during the sermon time of the 10:30 service. They will also share their unique sound as the Offertory.
After the Service we will have an Octoberfest style lunch of beer, brats and a polka band.
Be sure to return to St. Luke's that evening at 7:00pm to hear an exciting variety of ancient church music as well as traditional music from Estonia and the surrounding native region. This is native music from people steeped in the culture and tradition in which the music was written, that we as Americans, don't often get to experience.
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