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).

 

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.

 

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 start date has been changed—the class will meet on Sunday evenings from 5:30-7:00 p.m. for nine weeks beginning February 12.  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!  There is a cost for materials, but assistance is available if needed.  If you are interested in participating in our inaugural course and would like more information, please sign up in the Connection Center or contact Nora Conner, at 859-269-4687 (ext. 242) or nconner@stlukeumc.org.  

 

Students of Scripture Sunday School • You are invited to Join the Students of Scripture Sunday school class on a journey of studying the Word of  God revealed to us through the Prophet Isaiah. Isaiah gives us rich insights on how people of faith in the midst of difficult times in their lives are to respond to God’s ever present, eternal love. Isaiah has been called “the fifth Gospel”and our study will make plain why centuries of Christians have given it this name.   We meet at 11:00 am in Room 126 and we would love to have you with us.

 

Upward Stills Needs You! • We are looking for people willing to help with Upward Basketball on Saturday mornings. Volunteers are needed to keep time/score, work concessions and to help referee. Please contact Ed Towle at etowle@stlukeumc.org.

 

Seeking Hospitality Group Leader • Do you have the gift of hospitality? Do you enjoy making folks feel welcome and valued? Then the Lay Mobilization Team would invite you to prayerfully consider exercising that gift in service to your church through the new position of Hospitality Group Leader.  This person, or persons (if more than one would like to share the position), will communicate the vision for the whole team (i.e. greeters, ushers, millers, welcome center, post cards, guest follow up) and be able to help members understand how their individual ministry and participation impacts people and discipleship growth as a whole. If you are interested in learning more about this position and the vision, please contact John Duff at jduff@stlukeumc.org.

 

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