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Digital Service: Eighth Sunday After Pentecost

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BulletinGood morning St. Luke’s family. We continue to gather digitally with Morning Prayer Rite II (more or less), read for you by St. Luke’s parishioners. Feel free to follow along in the Book of Common Prayer. Also provided is a PDF of service bulletin.

The Rev. Mary Morrison

The Rev. Jo Weber

Debbie Decker and Deegan and Parker
Luke DeArmond
Shannon DeArmond
Kevin Hawkins
Lori Lagerstrom
Karen Swan
Bruce Watts

Music performed by:
Dean Mora

Altar Flowers

Altar flowers this morning have been provided by Laura Caruso Kofoid

Important Announcements

  • Teen Youth Group with St. Martin’s
    We will be doing a combined teen youth group over zoom with the teens from St. Martin’s on the 2nd and 4th Sundays of the month. Our next meeting is at 1:15pm on Sunday July 26th. If your teen would like to attend contact Shannon for the zoom link information.

  • Becoming the Beloved Community Study Group
    “We dream of communities where all people may experience dignity and abundant life, and see themselves and others as beloved children of God.”* Join us as we begin a journey seeking racial healing, reconciliation and justice using Bishop Michael Curry’s Spirituality and Racial Justice course on the ChurchNext website. Members of Woodland Presbyterian Church have been invited to join us. Meetings will be online using Google Meet, beginning:

    6pm Tuesday, July 21 for introductions and orientation
    6pm Tuesday July 28 for first session
    Continuing on the 3rd Tuesday of each month

    Please RSVP (or send questions) to LeAnn Herigstad. If Tuesdays don’t work for folks, we can make work together on arranging a different schedule.

    *(From the Becoming Beloved Community vision statement on the national Episcopal church website.)