Women’s Bible Study Beginning

All Women are invited to join in a nine week study of the book “The Gospel of Mark” by Lisa Harper beginning January 11. We will meet in Room 126 from 10:00-12:00 on Wednesday mornings. Call 309-2082 to reserve your book for $10 and leave your name.

 

Too Busy Not To Pray • You are invited to a four-week study on prayer facilitated by Chuck and Sue Lord using Bill Hybels’ Too Busy Not To Pray book on Sunday evenings from 5:30-7:00 beginning January 29. Childcare for 5th grade and under available upon request. Please let us know if you plan to attend, so we can order a book for you ($12.00).

 

Learn More about June Guatemala Mission Trip This Evening

We will have a time of sharing the opportunities available to support and serve on our trip to Jalapa, Guatemala. Plans are being made to work on construction of a compound for orphans and abandoned senior citizens. We will work with both age groups in various ministries, as well as community projects of sewing lessons, dispensing reading glasses, and applying fluoride to children’s teeth in a remote village.  

Carlos Iboy, our trip coordinator, will be here with us before he returns to Guatemala and can answer your questions about service opportunities stateside and  ‘in country.’  We will meet in the Café at 6:00. Refreshments will be served.

 

Hope, Faith and Love in Action • Sarah Circle will meet on Thursday, January 12, 2017. The meeting starts at 10:30 a.m. and is in Room 4 off Fellowship Hall. The meetings are the second Thursday morning of each month. Join us anytime. Elaine Ketterer is the Chairwoman and can be reached at 859-309- 1086 or 859-492- 0776

 

United Methodist Women District Event • The UMW will have its Lexington District Mini Mission U. gathering at Nicholasville UMC, Saturday, January 21, from 9am to 3pm. The topic is climate justice and the cost is $5 for lunch.  Both men and women are welcome. Please contact Loretta Barnes by January 17 at 859-321-1543.

 

Neighborhood Kids Need You • Kids’ Cafe, on Tuesdays from 3:30-5:00, is an after school program for disadvantaged kids offering the love of Christ through homework help, supervised activities and a meal. If you like kids and can work one or more Tuesdays a month, please contact Sue Lord, 797-1586, suzannehlord@gmail.com. We especially could use additional help January 10!

 

Financial Peace University Classes to Begin at St. Luke!

We are excited to announce that we will be offering Financial Peace University courses here at St. Luke!  The class will meet on Sunday evenings from 5:30-7:00 p.m. for nine weeks beginning February 12 and will be facilitated by Nora Conner.  The class is for everyone, from those just starting out to those who have been around for a while, from those with plenty of debt to those with no debt at all, from those who know nothing about personal finances to those who know some but want to gain a sound Christian perspective on the whole of their financial picture and decisions.  We hope that eventually all St. Lukers will participate in this life-changing course!  If you are interested in participating in our inaugural course and would like more information, contact Nora Conner at 859-269-4687 (ext. 242) or nconner@stlukeumc.org.  

 

Blue Barrel Sunday

Please pick up your Blue Barrel Bag today and bring it back next Sunday, January 15 filled with canned non-meat protein items such as canned pinto beans, great northern beans, black-eyed peas, pork n beans, cannellini beans, chick peas, lima beans and more. We are always glad to accept whatever other food items you bring in as well!

 

 

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