Service Times: 9:30, 10:45, 11:00 a.m. 12:30 p.m. (Swahili) & 3 p.m. (Multicultural)

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Night of Service at Wednesday.comm

Our Spring 2019 Wednesday.comm season will conclude on May 1 with a meal, fellowship, and a variety of service projects.  Service projects are suited to all ages, so come out as we serve together. Everyone is encouraged to attend, even if you’ve never made it to a Wednesday.comm meal or class before!  Our meal will be prepared and served by the Servant Leadership Team.. Proceeds will go to support St. Luke Missionaries . Meal: burgers, hotdogs, baked beans, chips and assorted desserts. There is a suggested donation of $5 per plate (plate sharing is allowed!) and the meal 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.

 

Opportunity to Learn and Talk About St. Luke with the Pastor and Staff

Are you new to St. Luke and wondering about all the ministries and opportunities to learn and serve?  Let’s talk! You can join us for a free lunch todayafter the 10:45 and 11:00 services in the Fellowship Hall.  We’ll start at 12:15 and finish by 1:30.

Calling All 2019 High School Graduates

We want to take time in worship to recognize and honor our graduates. St. Luke will recognize high school graduates at the 9:30 and 11:00 services on on May 19 and at the 10:45 service on May 26. We need the following information: the graduate’s name, high school of graduation, degree (if applicable), parents’ names, the graduate’s plans following graduation, a photo, and which service you plan to attend on the date you are to be recognized (if you are able to do so). Please send these details to mwalz@stlukeumc.org no later than May 13.

Young Men’s Retreat

What does it mean to be a man of God in the midst of the current culture around us?  In an effort to help our young men answer this question, St. Luke presents a retreat for high school and college-age guys. Join us for a weekend getaway with God and fellow men of God on May 17-18 at the Turner’s Farm in Richmond, KY.  Mark your calendar now! To register email John Duff or Michael Mayeaux: jduff@stlukeumc.org, mmayeaux@stlukeumc.org

Please join the Awake At Aldersgate Sunday School Class at 8:30!  

Our next series of lessons will be from the book Twelve Ordinary Men – How The Master Shaped His Disciples For Greatness and What He Wants To Do With You by John MacArthur.  Join us to learn more about the twelve disciples at 8:30 on Sunday Mornings in Room 127.

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