at 10:15 am.
Coffee and fellowship follows.
The secretary is available during the following times:
Monday 8:30a - 2:15p
Wednesday 8:30a - 12p
Friday 8:30a - 12p
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!!
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.
- -Tuesday 7:30 pm: Chardon Tuesday AA.
- -Wednesday 8 pm: Overeaters Anon.
- -Friday 7:30 pm: Alanon Care and Share
Sunday Mornings @ 9:15
A Sunday morning education series. 9:15 am sunday mornings.
Current topic: Paul Among The People, by Sarah Ruden.
This series looks at the writings of the Apostle Paul, who authored many of the new Testament's letters, and whose name is attached to so many more. the focus of the study is to explore the context Paul's own day in order to wade through some of the misconceptions we have about how he deals with social and theological issues confronting the church. one of the most important figures in the early life of the Christian Church. In this study we hope to come to understand just how the prolific writing and preaching of the Apostle to the Gentiles make him one of the most important figures in early church development, and still a voice that speaks to the church and the world today. The reading material is available at Amazon or by contacting Fr. Chris at firstname.lastname@example.org
"when I am weak, then I am strong."
2 Cor. 10. 12b
Join us in the season of Epiphany for worship and learning.......
Join us on Wednesday evenings at 6:30 as we read together Whose Bible is it? by Jaroslav Pelikan.
In this book, Pelikan introduces the student to a history of the Bible, and traces its evolution from an oral testament to its numerous modern iterations and translations, discussing such topics as the canonization of different versions, the adoption of certain books by religions and sects, and the varying schools of critical scholarship that exist today.
reading material for this course is available at Amazon or from Fr. Chris by emailing at, email@example.com