Summer Worship Schedule Begins May 29

We move to one worship service at 9:30 a.m. Sundays Memorial day through Labor day.  Join us for a great opportunity to worship with the whole Saint Luke Community.  

Our Summer Choir rehearses at 8:45 a.m. beginning June 19. It's a "pick-up" choir so come as you are able and join in the song.  The Summer Choir rehearses an easy-to-learn anthem and shares it in worship that day.  

Outdoor Worship and Church Picnic June 5

Under the oak Tree at 9:30 a.m. (Weather Permitting)
Music by 2Copper Coins
A great way to start off the one-service summer season! 
Dress is casual. Please bring your own lawn
chairs or blankets for worship and picnic seating.

After the service, our Annual Church Picnic
For the picnic:       Last names beginning :
A – M bring sides
N – Z bring desserts
Main course and beverages provided.

Questions: please contact Lynne York  484-367-7689.

#SabbathWalk Book Discussions - June '16

Monday, June 6:  Sabbath In the Suburbs, by the Rev. MaryAnn McKibben Dana, a Presbyterian Pastor.  

7:00 p.m. in the Conference Room

Praise from Publishers Weekly:

“Dana, a Presbyterian pastor, brings a fresh voice and energy to the familiar topic of time management as understood by people who would describe themselves as either religious or spiritual but not religious: Sabbath-keeping. She writes from a perspective that many can relate to, that of a suburban mother of three who works part-time. Bringing the gift of self-awareness and irony, Dana notes that a four-minute difference in school bus rides ought not to prompt a letter-writing campaign from anxious parents. She also brings theological awareness of the historical practice and meaning of Sabbath-keeping. Dana writes in a distinct voice about making a traditional religious practice meaningful to contemporary families.”

Monday, June 27:  The Sabbath by Abraham Heschel

7:00 p.m. in the Conference Room

"The Sabbath" has been hailed as a classic of Jewish spirituality ever since its original publication-and has been read by thousands of people seeking meaning in modern life. In this brief yet profound meditation on the meaning of the Seventh Day, Heschel introduced the idea of an "architecture of holiness" that appears not in space but in time
Order your copy and plan to join in!  

Softball Season! Batter Up!

Do you enjoy FUN outdoor activities? Are you interested in making NEW FRIENDS at St Luke and other local Churches on the Main Line? 

Be Part of a SUMMER TRADITION at St Luke and join the

Games are played on Sunday afternoons either at 1:30 pm or 3:00 pm or 4:30 pm against teams from other churches in the Upper Main Line Church Softball League. All Games are played at the Great Valley High School campus in Malvern. 

All ages 14 and above and all skill levels are welcome to play. Join us for one game, two games, or the Whole Season through the end of July. 

For the schedule and more information, click on the team photo, above.  

CONTACT Matt Heintzelman at 610-331-5274 or email MDHPT@AOL.COM for more information. 

Upper Main Line Church Softball League is a nonprofit organization. 

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.