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Our Sunday Services start at 10 a.m. You are welcome to attend our Service in the sanctuary (masks are now optional); the Service, also, is available using  Zoom, Facebook, or phone.
The password is Communion.

If you wish to donate to UMCOR's humanitarian assistance to Ukraine, please click here.

St. Luke May Services, Gatherings, and Information

 Tuesday, May 10 4 pm - Life Group Leaders meet

                             7 pm - Trustees Meeting

Thursday, May 12 4 pm - Devotions online; Bible study

 

Friday, May 13 - The ministry walk will not be held; hope to see you at Jenkins Arboretum, instead.

 

Sat., May 14 - A visit to Jenkins Arboretum in Devon. Please meet 2:30 pm at the church for carpooling
                     or at 3 pm in the arboretum parking lot. Please let Anne Kybert know if you are participating.

 

Sunday, May 15, 10 am - Service in the Sanctuary and on Zoom

                        11:30 am - Cello concert, Annie Givier and David Barden perfo rm

Primary Election All mail ballots must be received by your county board of elections by 8 p.m. May 17. Mail ballots received after that time, even if postmarked by 8 p.m. May 17, will not count. You can also hand-deliver your ballot by the deadline to a drop box. For more information, click here.

Sunday, May 22, 10 am - Service in the Sanctuary and on Zoom

                        11:30 pm - St. Luke hosts PFLAG, a support group for LGBTQ people, friends, and families.
                                         The topic: what PFLAG does, and how can St. Luke support those efforts.

 

Note: the food cart in the back of the sanctuary could use some donations. Non-perishable food items placed in the cart will be distributed to those in need. Thank you!

If you know someone in need of memory care, www.memorycare.com is a resource that may help.

May 8th Service

Please consider making a donation to St. Luke church. Your support is critical to our efforts! Please go to the St. Luke Donation page.  Thank you.

Pastor David Tatgenhorst will retire in June. We thought you might like to see last year's video made on his 25th anniversary at St. Luke

“It is our sincere desire that you will experience the very presence of the Living God in the words we speak, the music we sing, the love we share, and the community we form.” 

We are a reconciling congregation welcoming all people. Our Sunday morning celebration at 10 am each week is full of joy and connection.

 

LIFE (Living in Faith Everyday) meetings include focus groups for women, men, parents, and college students. The Exercising Your Faith group combines a devotion, support and yoga.
 

Everyone in the church is part of someone's prayers and concern during this time of crisis.

 

St. Luke volunteers and donors assist local, national, and international ministries. On a regular basis, St. Luke members provide food and clothing to area residents in need.

We host High Holy Day services for Narberth Havurah and weekly prayers for the Main Line Muslim Society.

Pastor David gives relevant & meaningful sermons and series. Some of the series themes have been “Why Does God Allow Suffering?” “Holy Vessels,” and “Living in a New Reality”.

We feel God's Spirit at our weekly services and in baptisms, weddings, and funeral services held at St. Luke. You will find more information about these services, as well as audio of recent services on this web site.

We are a growing church family welcoming ALL people,

Nurturing faith in the Living God,

And inspiring action for the transformation of the world.

We celebrate the gift of diversity of race, ethnicity, belief, sexual orientation, gender identity, physical and mental ability;

We strive to be a living expression of the love extended through Christ.

 

Please join us as we explore the meaning of Grace, and how we, as a church, and as individuals, can incorporate God's Grace into our healing mission. 

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