Don’t Forget to Fall Back • Don’t forget to turn your clocks back one hour before you go to bed on Saturday night as Daylight Savings Time ends next week on Sunday, November 4.
Welcome To St. Luke Luncheon November 18
Are you relatively new to St. Luke? Would you like to know more about the church and all the ministries of the church? You are invited to join with members of the staff for a light lunch and casual conversation immediately following the 11:00 service. We will have a chance to enjoy some fellowship, get to know one another better, and answer any questions you may have about the church. Hope you are able to join us for an hour or so around the table on the 18th at noon.
On behalf of all the staff, thank you for all you have done, and all the kind expressions of appreciation sent our way during the month of October. We have been overwhelmed with your kindness and support. And a special word of appreciation to the Staff Parish Relations Team, for coordinating all of the efforts and the wonderful luncheon you provided for the staff this past Tuesday. You all our wonderful, and I am sure that I speak for the whole staff when I say what a joy and privilege it is to be in ministry with you.
UMW Sarah Circle • Sarah Circle will meet on Thursday, November 8. The meeting starts at 10:30 a.m. Room 4 in Fellowship Hall. The meetings are the second Thursday morning of each month. Come and visit any time. For further information contact Elaine Ketterer: 859-309-1086 or 859-492-0776.
UMW Esther Circle • The Esther Circle of the United Methodist Women will meet at 6:00 pm on Tuesday, November 6 in the Trinity Room. Our guest speaker is Sheri Estill from The Nest, the center for women, children, and families. We will also be participating in the UMW World Thank Offering. As always, we will have refreshments.
The Martins in Concert to Benefit Children’s Homes
The smooth, rich sounds of multi-Dove Award winning and multi-Grammy nominated trio, The Martins will be featured in Lexington, KY, on Sunday, November 18, 2018, as the talented musical family comes to Centenary United Methodist Church, located at 2800 Tates Creek Road for an exciting musical event at 6:00pm, doors open at 5:00pm. All proceeds benefit the Kentucky United Methodist Children’s Homes, offering hope and healing to abused and neglected children! Get info and tickets at MartinsInLex.com or call 859-523-3001.
Nursery Help Needed! • We have lots of babies/toddlers in the nursery! We want to start a rotation schedule quickly! The more people willing to serve the better! Email Susan at firstname.lastname@example.org and let her know you’d LOVE to help!
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Wednesday.comm Meal and Classes • Our meal for November 7 is prepared and served by the staff of Aldersgate Camp and Retreat Center. All proceeds will go to support the camp. Meal: baked spaghetti, green beans, cheesy bread, salad, blueberry and cake. There is a suggested donation of $5 per plate (plate sharing is allowed!) and will be served from 5:15 – 6:30 p.m. Find out more about classes at stlukeumc.org/wednesdays.
Uncommon Decency • St. Luke has a new Sunday School opportunity at 11:00! Pastor Mike Powers will be doing a 6-week study starting today and running through December 9th in room 128. The study will be entitled: Uncommon Decency: Christian Civility in an Uncivil World, based on the book by Richard Mouw. This is a great opportunity to talk about hot-topic issues and how Christians can react with civility and love amidst a culture driven by fear, hatred and bitterness. Join us after the 9:30 service as we learn to discuss with love and understanding!