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OFFICE HOURS: The secretary is available during the following times:
Monday 8:30 - 12, 1-4
Wedesday 8:30 - 12
Friday 8:30 - 12
Choir: meets regularly on Thursday evenings at 7 pm, and on Sunday morning at 9 am, for rehearsal. during the summer months, there will likely be fewer practices.
Conversation Group: a group exploring the intersection of politics and religion,....Monday Morning at 11 am
Icon writing: Thursday evenings at 6:00 pm, beginning on March13.
FIRST SUNDAY SOUP SUNDAY: a family style meal served free of charge and to the community beginning at 11:30 am. The first Sunday of every month, year round.
Guide Post knit for Kids, a weekly knitting group, meets on Tuesday evenings in the parish board room.
Rev'd Chris McCann, Rector
P.O. Box 244, 11519 Wilson Mills Road Chardon Ohio 44024
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The Morning Prayer Project
For helps in praying morning or evening prayer, click on the St Bede Breviary, below.
Click Here for Morning & Evening Readings
Geauga Mobile Food Pantry
Celebration Lutheran and St Luke Episcopal Church
Volunteers who are interested in serving can sign up by clicking HERE which will take you to the Geauga Mobile Food Pantry sign up website.
Volunteers should be able to commit to a time block from 9:30 am to 12:30 am and should meet at Celebration Lutheran on Auburn Road by 8:00am.
Dates for distribution:
What is it? This is a give away of fresh fruit and vegetables to those that do not have access to affordable fresh produce.
Who can receive food? Federal and State guidelines determine eligibility based on income and household size.
Registration forms need to be completed by each client prior to each distribution. Proxy forms will be available for caregivers to receive food on behalf of the recipient.
When is it? The third Saturday of every month, starting November 16, 2013, from 10:00 AM until 12:00 PM, rain or shine.
Where is it? Celebration Lutheran Church , 10621 Auburn Road , Chardon , OH 44024 . Distribution will be in the parking lot, please dress accordingly.
The food pantry distribution proxy form, (for those who wish to empower a third party to act on their behalf) may be found on the download page of this website.
"Who can receive food?"
Criteria can be found HERE!
LENTEN ACTIVITIES AT ST LUKE'S
Ash Wednesday Service March 5th at 7pm - Imposition of Ashes
Icon Writing, Thursday evenings at 6 pm, through Lent, with a discussion of the Lovelife series , by the Society of St John the Evangelist. (NOTE: our first session will be on Tuesday March 4th at 6, and then beginning on the 13th, every Thursday in Lent)
STATIONS OF THE CROSS Thursdays during Lent, at 6 pm.
On Thursday evenings during Lent beginning on March 6th, we will be constructing Stations of the Cross which we will be working to complete in time for Holy Week. We will be using basic wood working and sanding to fashion our stations and then stain and finish them for hanging in the church. Once completed we will hopefully be able to use them as an aid to worship during Holy Week. No specific skill level is required but patience is always useful.
Sunday March 16, 1:30 pm: a film, The Gardener. Exiled Iranian film master Mohsen Makhmalbaf (Kandahar), a self-proclaimed agnostic, journeys with his moviemaker son to the magnificent gardens at the Bahá’í Faith headquarters in Israel. There the two directors depict and debate the pros and cons of religion in society.
Please plan to meet in the foyer of the Cleveland Museum of Art by 1:15 pm
Sunday March 29, 1:30 pm : Our Stories: African American Prints and Drawings (Meet at the museum foyer at 1:20 pm)
The exhibit Our Stories: African American Prints and Drawings explores the concerns of black artists like Romare Bearden, Jacob Lawrence, Martin Puryear, and Kara Walker from the 1930s until today. Although some African American artists used abstract styles to investigate various aesthetic issues, most favored a straightforward, realistic approach to illustrate a range of themes introduced in the 1920s during the Harlem Renaissance, the first self-conscious cultural movement among people of color. At this time African Americans examined their history and heritage and gained racial consciousness and pride.
Saturday April 5, 9:30 am: The Holden Arboretum.
Come for a walk in the Holden Arboretum. We will meet at 9:30 am in the foyer of the registration building and make a morning of the very early spring sights and sounds of the forest coming alive. A refreshing way to stir the senses in anticipation of the High Feast of Easter.
Sunday April 13, 9:15 am. Palm Sunday Procession with Faye the Jerusalem Donkey. Chardon Square. We gather near the gazebo and join in commemorating the triumphal entry of Jesus into Jerusalem, to set into motion the events of Holy Week. This is an ecumenical event and all area churches and non-church goers are most welcomed!!!
Tuesday April 15, 6:30 pm: SEDER SUPPER:
Please think of joining us during Holy week as we celebrate the Jewish Passover with as true and respectful a Seder as we can do. Please join us for a true Seder without abbreviation and following the Haggadah ritual. This event will take place at 16267 Oakhill Road, Cleveland Heights, Ohio 44112