Sunday Night “Over 40” Basketball
Are you over 40 and interested in playing basketball with others your age in the gym at St. Luke? We will be playing together Sunday nights at 7:30 p.m. If you are 40 or over, come and join us, no matter your skill level!
“The Will of God” Starts Wednesday Night!
After City Temple in London was reduced to rubble by the unrelenting bombs dropped by Nazi Germany during the worst of times during World War II, Rev. Leslie Weatherhead crafted five sermons on understanding the will of God to help his congregation endure religious doubt as their city–and church–crumbled around them. Weatherhead’s sermons were eventually published as “The Will of God,” a resource that has sold more than a million copies and has been a lifeline for grieving persons seeking to understand God’s purpose for their pain. You are invited to this five-week study during Lent as we explore God’s Intentional Will, God’s Circumstantial Will, God’s Ultimate Will, Discerning the Will of God, and God’s Will is our Peace. Join us for “The Will of God” led by Pastor Mike Powers in room 128 from 6-7:15 p.m. on Wednesday nights.
Lunch for 10:45am Worshipping Community on March 24
The worshiping community of the 10:45am service will be hosting a lunch after our service on March 24 in the Fellowship Hall in order to continue to grow as a community. We will be having soup, salad and sandwiches. Even if you don’t regularly attend this service but are interested in checking it out, you are welcome to come and join us! If you are able to contribute to lunch, please contact Claire Hundley at email@example.com or sign up in the Fellowship Hall.
Wednesday.comm Meal and Classes
Our meal for Wednesday, March 27 is prepared and served by the Keenagers Sunday School Class. Proceeds will go towards local missions. Meal: ham, potato casserole, green beans, and desserts. There is a suggested donation of $5 per plate (plate sharing is allowed!) and will be served from 5:15 – 6:30 p.m. Classes for children, youth and adults will follow the meal. Find out more about classes at stlukeumc.org/wednesdays.
Do you have questions about God but hesitate to ask them?
You are invited to the Sunday school class of Dr. Kenneth Collins, a professor at Asbury Seminary. Dr. Collins is known around the world as the expert on John Wesley studies. We are blessed to have Ken and his wife, Marilyn, as members of our church family.
The class meets at 11 am every Sunday in the Trinity Room, room 116, located next to the gym. Dr. Collins talks about the meaning and purpose of our lives as Christians, and allows plenty of time for discussion of those questions we hesitate to ask. Limited seating, so come early!
New Women’s Bible Study
“Stepping Up: A Journey through the Psalms of Ascent” by Beth Moore will begin March 28th and will run through May 16. We will meet on Thursdays from 10:00-12:00, with the exception of April 4, due to Spring Break. This class will be facilitated by Melissa VanCamp. For more information you may contact her by phone, 540-309-9191, or email, firstname.lastname@example.org.
St. Luke Texts!
You can now opt in to receive important texts reminders from St. Luke! This is a free service and you don’t even have to download anything or create a password in order to participate. It lets you choose precisely which groups and ministries you want to get email and text messages from here at St. Luke.
Simply text the letters SLUMC to the SHORT 5-digit phone number 84576. After it texts you back, make sure you click that link and complete the process, choosing what updates you’d like from us.
We’ll also use this to send you important updates about church-wide special events coming up, inclement weather announcements, reminders of overall cancellations or schedule changes, and, if ever necessary, immediate church-wide safety and security notifications.
If you can’t complete this on your mobile phone, please go online to: flocknote.com/ StLukeUMC.
Epicurean Experience at the Methodist Children’s Home on April 27, 6-8pm
This special event will have some of the region’s most talented and innovative chefs bring their best to the table for an Epicurean Experience—a culinary extravaganza to benefit the children and families served by Kentucky United Methodist Children’s Homes. Enjoy the food of select chefs in a laid back yet elegant atmosphere. In addition to food and mocktails, the evening will include a live and silent auction hosted by Lexington FOX 56 anchor Marvin Bartlett and an inspirational testimony from a former resident. Tickets are $75. For more details, go to kyumh.org or call 859-523-3001.