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Now that you've found this page, you have your fingers on the pulse of the "happenings" at St. Luke's! Due to the COVID-19 virus, we are working to adapt our worship and connecting activities to meet the needs of our congregation. We will continue a limited in-person worship plan with seating in the Sanctuary limited to approximately 60 people with overflow in the Alpha Room for additional worshipers. All congregants MUST wear a mask covering their nose and mouth during worship, use hand sanitizer as they enter the Narthex, sit in designated locations that have 6' spacing, and read or hum the worship hymns. Communion will be served on the 1st Sunday of every month. As always, we will continue the livestream of our 10 a.m. worship service online through our church Facebook page and post it afterwards on YouTube and our Facebook page.
In February, we will kick off the month with Souper Bowl Sunday on February 7th and congregants are invited to bring $ and/or food for our church Food Pantry. We will also share in Communion on February 14th for Transfiguration Sunday as we remember the day Jesus was transformed into his full glory before the eyes of three of his disciples. Our Men's 12 p.m. Thursday Bible Study will be learning about the life and ministry of Moses, the Youth Group will meet each Sunday from 11:30 a.m. -1:30 p.m., the Presbyterian Women will meet February 9th as they continue their Bible Study on scriptural lament, and we will host the AARP Tax Aid Team each Monday and Saturday from 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. (Free tax help for people of any age, call 321-355-2390 for an appointment).
We would love to have you be a part of the fresh, life-giving things God is doing through St. Luke’s!
In God’s Love,
We, the St. Luke’s family of believers, are dedicated to demonstrating our love for God by serving Him in all areas of life.
Our vision is to become a Christ-centered community where:
we learn to love God more,
we lead people to faith in the risen Christ,
we nurture all to a spiritual maturity through the word of God,
we reach out to others through acts of love,
we experience close fellowship together, and
we glorify God’s name through celebrative, joyful worship.