Saturday Worship Services:
5:00 PM In- person Worship service
5:00 PM Live- streamed

Sunday Worship Services:
8:15 AM In-person Worship service
10:30 AM In-person Worship service

Women’s Gather Bible Study

We have a lively & growing group of women who GATHER to study the Bible using the monthly national magazine and Bible Studies of the Women of the ELCA (WELCA). This fall we invite you to come and invite a friend, to a series of Saturday morning gatherings. This is what one of our St. Luke participants had to say:
 
Today’s Bible Study on the Holy Spirit was very good.  It was the 1st Session of 3 Sessions on the Holy Spirit.  It was a great reminder of how the Holy Spirit is with us always.  There was a lot of good discussions entailing how the Holy Spirit has worked in the lives of those in our group.  I am looking forward to our next study when we’ll be meeting in person on Saturday morning, October 16th!  Let the Holy Spirit lead you to a wonderful study on the Holy Spirit! 
In Christ’s love,
Diane Quarles

Women’s GATHER Bible Study Powered by wind and breath

A Bible study written by The Rev. Sara Olson-SmithMark your calendar for Bible! Music! Brunch! Arts & Crafts (no special skills or background needed, just YOU!) Women’s Gather Bible Study –  will be held in-person on Saturday mornings in the Fellowship Hall.  We will have brunch. Invite a friend, and bring a brunch snack to share!

 

October 16  9:15-11:45 AM, in the Fellowship Hall

Session 2: Breath of God: Can these Dry Bones live?

Our session is generally planned as follows

9:15 – 9:30 coffee/tea and fellowship
9:30-10:00 Opening music, creative theme sharing,  
10-11 large & small group study
11 Brunch break! 
11:10 large & small group study part 2
11:30 closing prayer
11:30-11:45  more coffee/tea and fellowship

November 13  9:15-11:45AM in the Fellowship Hall

Session 3: Wind of God: Refiner and Re-router

 

December 11  9:15- 11:45 Am, in the Fellowship Hall

Our extra special Advent/Christmas Gathering: The women of Advent: Drawing strength from our spiritual grandmothers by the Rev. Lindsay Hardin Freema