11519 Wilson Mills Rd, Chardon
PO Box 244, Chardon, Ohio 44024
at 10:15 am.
Coffee and fellowship follows.
The secretary is available during the following times:
Monday 8a - 2p
Friday 8a -12:30p
Rev'd Chris McCann, Rector
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Geauga Mobile Food Pantry
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 PLEASE. It costs us to remove it!!
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.
- -Tuesday 7:30 pm: Chardon Tuesday AA.
- -Wednesday 8 pm: Overeaters Anon.
- -Friday 7:30 pm: Alanon Care and Share
The Parish of St Luke is pleased to welcome Jump Start Preschool to our building. Registrations for Autumn 2020 are now welcomed.
Please check out their website, https://jumpstartpreschool.net,
or call at (440) 552-8527, or e~mail: email@example.com
Sundays @ 9:15
Join us on January 19 at 9:15 am as we begin our discussion on Travelling Mercies, by Anne Lamott. Her book is described in this way: “At once tough, personal, affectionate, wise, and very funny, Traveling Mercies tells in exuberant detail how Anne Lamott learned to shine the light of faith on the darkest part of ordinary life, exposing surprising pockets of meaning and hope.an accessible and heart warming account of her journey of faith.”
We will be reading this book as we prepare ourselves for our Lenten program. During Lent we will have a unique opportunity to study the process of traditional book binding by preparing personal journals in which we too will begin to write our own unique spiritual autobiographies. At the conclusion of Lent we will bind together our reflections into personal volumes containing our sacred stories.
Our monthly community meal will resume on the first Sunday in October following worship. Please feel free to join us in worship at 10:15. The community meal begins following worship, at 11:30 am in the fellowship space beneath the church. There is no cost, the focus is on fellowship and friend making, and all are welcomed.
LENT AT ST LUKE'S BEGINS ON ASH WEDNESDAY @ 7 PM IMPOSITION OF ASHES AND HOLY COMMUNION
ON THE FOLLOWING WEDNESDAYS DURING LENT: EVENING PRAYER @ 5:45
LENTEN SOUP SUPPER @ 6 PM, FOLLOWED BY AN EVENING OF CONVERSATION ON WRITING YOUR SPIRITUAL STORY, WITH GUEST PRESENTERS.
Stones into Bread
The Fountain thirsts, the Bread is hungry here
The Light is dark, the Word without a voice.
When darkness speaks it seems so light and clear.
Now He must dare, with us, to make a choice.
In a distended belly’s cruel curve
He feels the famine of the ones who lose
He starves for those whom we have forced to starve
He chooses now for those who cannot choose.
He is the staff and sustenance of life
He lives for all from one Sustaining Word
His love still breaks and pierces like a knife
The stony ground of hearts that never shared,
God gives through Him what Satan never could;
The broken bread that is our only food.
From the Lent Anthology, The Word in the Wilderness.Malcolm Guite.