Voting and Faith

Concerned about the presidential election this fall?  Wondering where the country is headed, and how as a people of faith we can positively influence our elected leaders to move our nation in the right direction?  Join us during an upcoming adult education hour for an open forum, non-partisan discussion about the current political climate, and the challenges our country faces.  

Sunday, October 30th from 9:45-10:45 in Schlack Hall.  Sponsored by the Adult Education Committee.

Election Eve Prayer Service

Monday, November 7, at 7:30 p.m. St. Luke hosts the organizations and faith communities of the Upper Mainline Ministerium as we pray for our country, our leaders and our own voting decisions on the eve of this critical presidential election. Whatever your political affiliation,  join in this interfaith service as we pray for justice, hope, and peace for all people.

Coffee & Conversation

Second and Fourth Wednesdays
Get together casually and talk about whatever is going on in the world and our lives. There's no agenda or specific topic. Just drop into Starbucks at Gateway Shopping Center between 8:30 and 10:00 a.m. and chat. Stay for a few minutes or the whole time. Bring a friend.  The conversation is shaped and enriched by the diversity of the people that come and often wanders into thinking about how belief and God are at work in our lives or the world.