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Education – Sunday 9:15 AM
*Worship – Sunday 10:30 AM *
Fellowship – Sunday 11:30 AM
Contemporary Worship– One Sunday a month at 5:00pm (see below for more specific info)
*Childcare available September- May (year round, the nursery is always open for parents to use when needed)
We are an active, caring community proclaiming the Word of God. We seek to know God’s will as individuals and as a church, to be transformed by the Holy Spirit, to practice Christian discipleship, and to demonstrate Christ’s unconditional grace and love for all.
January 22nd, 2017 is the…
Please come on this date and bring a dish to share, and your own table service. Meeting is after worship, Potluck is after meeting. Childcare during the meeting is available for children 6weeks-5th grade.
All Men are Invited to the…
Seminar for Parents of Teens-Feb. 22nd, 2017
Please register by Feb. 12th at the link on top of page (Seminar for Parents of Teens RSVP)!
The Next Contemporary Service…
Recently from Pastor Andy’s Blog
2 Thessalonians 1:11 God will make you worthy of his call and will fulfill by his power every good resolve and work of faith.
It is the season for some sort of New Year resolution.
A resolution to eat less or exercise more may be at the top of your list.
Perhaps your resolution is to read more or even get that project completed that was begun many years ago.
Many look to New Year resolutions as a way to break a bad habit or unhealthy activity, but there may be an area that we have been neglecting in our New Year resolutions.
In January, during our Advent Bible study, Margaret Anderson brought up the subject and idea of spiritual resolutions.
It was asked if anyone had ever attempted spiritual or rather faith-based resolution moving into a new year.
At this point I came to realize the brilliance of the questions and the absence of this reality in my own personal journey of faith.
Why has this thought been absent from my New Year betterment efforts?
Perhaps it’s because I too am lured into the cultural influences of what society feels is important.
So this year, 2017, I would like to challenge each of you to make a New Year resolution into your spiritual life and that of building your relationship with our Lord.
I would suggest, if you are following the advent devotional, find a new one and continue on for the next year. Make it a habit rather than a special holiday tradition.
Purchase a one-year Bible and commit to reading the Bible this year.
Promise yourself: worship attendance, prayer card writing, visits to shut-ins, participation as a worship leader, fix or clean something at church, or seek a new ministry.
This is what I, as your pastor, am resolving to bring into the new year:
to pray more, to study more, to visit with and welcome more people to St. Luke Union Church, to laugh more and let people see the love of God in my heart.
I also look forward to walking with each of you on this adventure on your spiritual journey of the year, 2017.
I look forward to hearing what each of you is planning to do for your spiritual resolution as we begin the year 2017.
I can’t wait to see the light that Christ ignites in your heart as your relationship and spiritual life grows.
Peace and Blessings,