Christian Education Updates The Christian Education Committee is delighted to have such an enthusiastic group of children and families joining us in church school this year. We are excited to have some new activities for all the kids in the upcoming weeks and months. Read more …
Lenten Adult Education : Wednesday nights, 7 PM, starting March 4th A bit Downton Abbey, a bit of CSI (although without the violence or gore) with some theology in the mix, too! Based on the novels by James Runcie, son of Archbishop of Canterbury Robert Runcie. Set in England, post-WWII, a vicar becomes an unwitting detective, and with a police officer solves crimes. For more information, contact the Church Office.
Recycling for St. Luke’s In February, St. Luke’s is staffing refundable bottle collections at the Scituate Transfer Station. We’re looking for volunteers to help us collect the bottles and box them to send to the redemption center. St. Luke’s benefits from this work by retaining any refunds we receive from recycled bottle redemptions. Please sign up to cover a shift or two! Shifts are available through the end of the month of February at 9:30am, 11:30am and 1:30pm when the Transfer Station is open. Many thanks to John, Linda and Sam McDowell for leading this important effort! Read the Scituate Mariner article!
Panel Discussion on Suicide and Communities of Care On Tuesday, March 3rd, The South Shore Deanery will present a program, “Addressing Suicide” at St. Luke’s Church. Panel participants include Rev. Dr. Lisa Fortuna (Episcopal priest and child psychiatrist), Denise Fox-Barber, Psy. D. (child psychologist) and Trudy Sevier, R.N., M.S.N. (survivor of a loved one’s suicide and Safe Place facilitator). Click for additional details.
Rev. Grant’s 10th Anniversary at St. Luke’s Ten years ago, St. Luke’s began the search for a new rector following the retirement of Father Ray Low … read more.