ST LUKE EPISCOPAL CHURCH
11519 Wilson Mills Rd, Chardon

Mailing Address: 
PO Box 244, Chardon, Ohio 44024

Tel: 440-285-4641 
 e~mail :stlukechardon@yahoo.com 
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WORSHIP 

Sunday Mornings 
at 10:15 am.
Coffee and fellowship follows.

OFFICE HOURS:

The secretary is available during the following times:

Monday                         8a - 2:30p 
Friday                            8a -12:30p 
Rev'd Chris McCann, Rector
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Geauga Mobile Food Pantry

Sponsored by 
Celebration Lutheran and 
St Luke Episcopal Church

 for information and for dates and times of distribution, go to our 'About Us' Page and look for, 'Geauga Mobile Food Pantry'

St Pauly Textile, a used clothing drop off shed is located at the bottom of the parking lot at St Luke's.  Proceeds from this collection site are used for ministry outreach.  Items accepted:  all clothing, shoes, sneakers, belts, purses, blankets, sheets, pillowcases, drapes and stuffed toys.  

***NO rags, fabric remnants, pillows or household goods please   

***NO furniture PLEASEIt costs us to remove it!!
The Science Success Program
“Unlocking The Future, One Teacher At A Time”

Collaboration between the Episcopal Diocese of Ohio and 
the Anglican Diocese of Belize

For more information on this program, please go to our Event page.
For those in Recovery,......


Did you know,......? St Luke is the site of several weekly meetings for those in recovery from the effects of substance abuse.  

  • -Monday 8 pm Survivors

  • -Tuesday 7:30 pm:  Chardon Tuesday AA.

  • -Wednesday 8 pm:  Overeaters Anon.

  • -Friday 7:30 pm:  Alanon Care and Share 

A Sunday morning Lenten series.  9:15 am Sunday mornings.

 The Return of the Prodigal Son.  
Following a career in education and a life filled with academic pursuits, social justice advocacy and civil rights work, Henri Nouwen encountered a startling image depicting the famous parable of the Prodigal Son from the gospel of Luke.  He found it just in time, as he made his transition to living at a L'Arche community in Toronto, Canada.
Fr. Henri Nouwen takes us on a journey toward forgiveness and home coming as we make our way though this parable using the famous Painting by Rembrandt.  
The study is open to anyone interested and begins promptly at 9:15 on Sunday mornings through Lent.  There are a few remaining books available to borrow, and more copies may be purchased on Amazon.
Wednesday evenings 
@ 6 pm, beginning on ASH WEDNESDAY


INVITATION: A LENTEN JOURNEY,
FROM ALONENESS TO COMMUNITY.

    Please join us at St Luke for the Wednesday evening Lenten program. On March 6, ASH WEDNESDAY. a liturgy will be held in the church at 6 pm  followed by a brief introduction to the Lenten materials and program.   
     Beginning on March 13 at 6 pm with a soup supper, we will consider the theme of invitation. Using the words of Jesus from the cross, we consider the epidemic of loneliness and isolation in our culture, and discern a Christian response that creates community and healing.
     Material and resources will be made available on the foyer table for each week, along with an encouragement to take advantage by way of   broadcasts available on BBC Radio 4, to explore the way others are talking about themes such as forgiveness, service, hope, family, trust and empathy.  Links will be sent weekly to help you find the material on line.  Copy and paste the following link to learn more:      https://www.biblesociety.org.uk/get-involved/lent-2019/

March 6: Ash Wednesday, Imposition of Ashes, and introduction to the program.
March 13: Invitation to forgive.
March 20: Invitation to serve.
March 27: Invitation to hope.
April 3: Invitation to family.
April 10: Invitation to Trust.
April 17: Invitation to Empathy.
Blogs and other resources available on BBC Radio 4  
All evenings beginning at 6 pm.

**Many thanks to BBC Radio 4 and the Bible Society of Great Britain for these excellent resources.