New Sunday Night Study: Kaleidoscope

Our Senior Pastor Brian Ebel will be teaching a study called “Kaleidoscope” during the season of Lent. It will focus on different Scriptural passages and the theology of the atonement (Jesus’ death and resurrection). The study starts on March 1st and will run for 5 Sundays (March 1st – April 5th) from 5:30-6:30 PM in room 128!  Come and deepen your understanding of Good Friday and Easter Sunday!

The Winter 2020 Newsletter is Now Available

This issue covers January-March 2020. Printed copies in black and white are available in the Welcome and Connection Centers and in full-color online at   

Blue Barrel Sunday

Today is the Sunday that we try to fill the blue donation barrels with items for our food pantry. Please place your donations in or near one of the blue barrels. We are collecting canned fruit like peaches, pears, pineapple, mandarin oranges, and applesauce. If you forgot your donations, we will accept them at any time. We would love to give clients a variety of  choices.

Prayer Shawl Ministry

Compassion and the love of knitting/crocheting have been combined into a prayerful ministry and spiritual practice which reaches out to those in need of comfort and solace, as well as in celebration and joy. The Prayer Shawl Ministry of St. Luke wants to remind you that we have plenty of prayer shawls available for you to take to a friend in need to know that we love them and are praying for them. Talk to Brian or Nora for more information.

Want to Work with Video and Social Technology in Worship? 

St. Luke is seeking volunteers to run our livestream services on Sunday mornings. Training will be provided, no experience necessary. Volunteers would need to be available for both morning services on a rotational basis. An informational meeting will be held on March 1 at 12:30 in room 127. If you are interested, contact Amanda Draughn at

Join the Choir

The St. Luke Chancel Choir practices weekly on Wednesday nights 7-8:30 p.m in the Sanctuary. Everybody is welcome to join the choir (whether you have sung with us before or not!). Contact Brent Merritt if you have any questions.

St Luke Golfers!

We are planning a golf trip to Alabama to play the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail. We plan to leave Lexington March 11 and return March 14. We will be playing at RTJ Shoals – Muscle Shoals, AL & RTJ Hampton Cove – Huntsville, AL.  Please contact Charles Irons via e-mail ( by February 2nd if you are interested.


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