Meet with Missionary Ronnie Hopkins Sunday Afternoon • This Sunday afternoon from 1:30-2:30 in Room 127, Missionary Ronnie Hopkins will be sharing about his work in Nicaragua with our partner village of Yakalwas. We would love for anyone and everyone who is interested to attend. Whether or not you have been on a Nicaragua trip or are interested in one in the future, this is an exciting opportunity to hear first hand about how God is using St. Luke in Nicaragua.

 

Cranberry Sauce and Rolls Needed! • Nathaniel Mission is having their annual Thanksgiving dinner on Tuesday, November 20. They are in need of cranberry sauce and rolls. Please drop those items off in the bins across from The Café  by Monday, November 19 at 12:00 noon. This dinner will be a blessing for those in relationship with Nathaniel Mission. Any questions call or text Kathy Silberman at 859-699-1582.

 

Blue Barrel is this Sunday

This Sunday is Blue Barrel Sunday! Please place your Blue Barrel Bags, filled with a variety of canned soups, in one of the Blue Barrel. If you forgot or weren’t able to shop the week, you can still participate by dropping off your contributions throughout the month.  

 

Send a Gratitude Card this Month • Stamped postcards are available at the Welcome Center and Connection Desk free of charge for all who would like to write a short note of thanks to someone during this Thanksgiving season.  These encouraging words will honor God as we bless those who are witnesses of the Lord’s amazing grace and steadfast love.

 

Welcome To St. Luke Luncheon This Sunday

Are you relatively new to St. Luke?  Would you like to know more about the church and all the ministries of the church?  You are invited to join with members of the staff for a light lunch and casual conversation immediately following the 11:00 service in Room 128.    We will have a chance to enjoy some fellowship, get to know one another better, and answer any questions you may have about the church.

 

Sunday Night: The Martins in Concert to Benefit Children’s Homes

The smooth, rich sounds of multi-Dove Award winning and multi-Grammy nominated trio, The Martins will be featured tonight as the talented musical family comes to Centenary United Methodist Church, located at 2800 Tates Creek Road, for an exciting musical event at 6:00pm, doors open at 5:00pm.  All proceeds benefit the Kentucky United Methodist Children’s Homes, offering hope and healing to abused and neglected children! Get info and tickets at MartinsInLex.com or call 859-523-3001.

 

St. Luke Can Earn Through Kroger Community Rewards!

Help St. Luke earn FREE MONEY with your Kroger Plus card!  Every time you shop at Kroger and swipe your Plus card, the church earns money!  The one and only catch is that you must sign up at www.kroger.com/communityrewards.  Please see the Kroger Sign Up Sheets in the Welcome or Connection Centers for complete information and sign-up instructions.

 

St. Luke Basketball K-8th League Registration Open •  Our 2019 Season for St. Luke Basketball League for K-8th grade starts January 7! We are in need of volunteers, coaches, referees, and participants. Want to register your child? It only costs $35! Sign up at www.stlukeumc.org/basketball. Questions? Contact basketball@stllukeumc.org for more information.

 

An Easy Way to Serve! The projection ministry allows the congregation to view the weekly announcements, sermon slides, and text to the hymns and/or praise songs. Without the Projection Team, our congregation would not be able to participate in shared worship, learning and reflection together. You don’t have to have any special skills except the ability pay attention! The most important quality a volunteer is that you possess a willingness to learn and some sort of vision for the role of projection in our services. There is a brief training period (about 30 minutes long) necessary to become a volunteer. If you would like to see all that is involved before making a final decision, contact Mariann Reinke, Director of Worship, at mreinke@stlukeumc.org or 419-494- 3335 to make arrangements to sit with a scheduled volunteer on a particular Sunday.

Light the Advent Wreath This Year • Advent season is just around the corner, and we are seeking families, groups, or individuals to participate in lighting the Advent candles during each of the morning worship services during Advent/Christmas on December 2, 9, 16, 23 and for the two services on Christmas Eve at 5:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.   If you would like to be a part of this tradition, a sign-up sheet is posted in the Connection Center or you may contact Mariann Reinke, Director of Worship, at mreinke@stlukeumc.org or 419-494-3335.

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