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COVID-19 Response

All Worship Services and Events Suspended - Plan for Re-Opening In Process

On the order of the State of Michigan all in-person services and events are currently cancelled. Worship and Faith Formation events are posted online here on the website and on Facebook.

Our church leaders are following the recommendations of our Bishop and synod to develop a plan to re-open the church after our government and health organizations deem it safe to do so. It is important to understand that re-opening the church will be a slow and step-by-step process, and will require everyone to observe safety recommendations such as wearing masks and observing six-foot social distancing. Details about our plans for in-person worship will be communicated via email. Thank you for your patience and endurance as we all work to keep our community safe.

During this time, the church office will be closed and church staff will work from home. Staff can be contacted by phone or email. Voicemail and emails are monitored on a regular basis. Please stay connected with us here & on Facebook.

Sermons & Streams

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Fifth Sunday of Easter

Worship for Sunday, May 10 with music provided by Jonathan Lonsway, Minister of Music; children’s message by Tracy & Charlie Flanders and Pastor David Blank preaching.

Events

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Monday Zoom Bible Study

June 1, 2020

Pastor Dave will host a weekly study on the Gospel reading for the upcoming Sunday service. Please email if interested.

Giving During COVID-19 Shutdown

Brian Rice has a message for our members from the finance committee, concerning giving during this extraordinary time. Church members, please click the link below to read his message.

Letter to the Congregation

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Safe Church

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St. Luke's has partnered with Safe Haven Ministries to receive its Creating a Safe Haven certification for churches. We are committed to making St. Luke's a safe place for those who are or have experienced domestic violence. More information can be found here.

Stephen Ministry

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Bear one another's burdens, and in this way you will fulfill the law of Christ (Gal 6:2, NRSV)


St. Luke's Stephen Ministry is a one-to-one lay caring ministry. Stephen Ministry equips and empowers lay caregivers, called Stephen Ministers, to provide high-quality, confidential, Christ-centered care to people who are hurting.

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