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Welcome to

St. Luke's

Episcopal Church

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WORSHIP

SCHEDULE

 

Holy Eucharist at 10:30 am in person and live streaming through Facebook. 

Click here for weekly bulletin, prayer and Bible study resources for you and your family


 

OFFICE HOURS - By appointment. Email administrator@

stlukesewing.org

LIKE US ON FACEBOOK: "St. Luke's Episcopal Church in Ewing"

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WE NOW HAVE

"E-GIVING"

THROUGH VANCO.

Vanco is a respected electronic giving service working with churches in the Diocese of New Jersey. You can make a one-time gift or recurring payments. CLICK THE "SUPPORT ST. LUKE'S" button on the tool bar (above) or the "Give Plus" graphic (below).

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Welcome to St. Luke's

Welcome to our community of faith. We are worshiping outdoors this summer, weather permitting. If it's raining or just too hot, we will be in the sanctuary.

 

Holy Communion is offered in both kinds, but the common Cup is offered only by intinction ("dipping").

If you feel sick, or if you know you have been exposed to COVID, please stay home and get well.

You can view our services on Facebook.  The information you need to join us is below. And we post to our YouTube and Facebook pages later in the week.  Find us on Facebook at "St. Luke's Episcopal Church in Ewing" and our YouTube channel "St. Luke's Episcopal Church Ewing."

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During the summer it has been our custom to worship outdoors on the lawn, under the shade of the dogwood trees. We encourage you to bring your lawn chair if possible.  

 

The St. Luke's Black Lives Matter Committee presents: 

A Juneteenth Celebration

Sunday, June 16 - Worship @ 10:30 followed by refreshments, games, and more

UPCOMING EVENTS

Sunday, June 16: The Black Lives Matter Committe holds a Juneteenth celebration. Food, trivia and fun!

GRILL & GOSPEL returns, Wednesdays, July 10, 17, 21, and 28, 6 pm. We'll explore "Spiritual Practices and the 5 Senses." Cookout on the patio. Bring sides and desserts.

OUTREACH OPPORTUNIITES

TRINITY CATHEDRAL FOOD PANTRY: Please remember to pick up staple food items for the Cathedral food pantry: canned veggies and fruit, canned protein, PB & jelly (no glass jars please), rice, noodles, beans, etc. Leave your contributions in the basket under the usher's table.

GOOD NEWS GARDEN - Our Good News Vegetable Garden behind the parish hall is ready for spring planting. WE NEED GARDENERS! Please see Stuart Rich or Tina Aoro if you like to tend plants and get your hands dirty!

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Grill & Gospel Returns - Wednesdays in July, beginning July 10, 6 - 8 pm

                                         We'll be exploring "Spiritual Practices and the 5 Senses" -- Sight, Sound, Touch,                                           Taste & Smell. Cook-out on the patio begins at 6:00 pm, followed by                                                         conversation and learning, and we close with Compline. St. Luke's provides the                                            burgers, veggie burgers, hot dogs, and drinks.  You bring side dishes and                                                  desserts.  All ages can join.  Bring your friends and house guests!

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St. Luke's Episcopal Church Ewing

St. Luke's Episcopal Church Ewing

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St. Luke's Statement on Racism and Support for the Goals of the Black Lives Matter Movement

The Black Lives Matter Committee of St. Luke's Episcopal Church is committed to eliminating the destructiveness of racism in our society. St. Luke's has long been dis-tinguished by a culture of diversity and inclusion, and the purpose of our BLM Committee is to promote social justice, through intentional actions to raise awareness in our target audiences and create change, at both the individual and systemic levels.

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St. Luke's is "the little church that does big things." We are a vibrant and intimate community seeking to be faithful to our baptismal promise: to continue in the Apostles' teaching and fellowship, in the breaking of bread, and in prayer. We take to heart our promise to seek and serve Christ in all persons, to strive for justice, and to respect the dignity of every human being. We are a people of hope and joy, committed to sharing Christ's love in ways that make God's world a better place for all people. You are welcome here--and  we mean that! 

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