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Digital Service: 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. Betsey Monnot

Trina Davis
Debbie Decker and Deegan
Luke DeArmond
Shannon DeArmond
Lori Lagerstrom
Vicki Osteri-Rich
Karen Swan
Bruce Watts
Margaret Wisehart

Music performed by:
Dean Mora

Altar Squash

Altar squash this morning has been provided by Bruce Watts and crew out at the Temenos grounds

St Luke’s Coffee Hour ~ Recipe of the Week
From Laura Caruso Kofoid

1/4 cup unsalted butter
1/2 cup boiling water
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/2 cup flour
2 eggs
Cooking oil (approximately 15 oz)
Powdered sugar


  1. Put butter, boiling water, and salt in a sauce pan. When the butter melts dump in flour and stir with a wooden spoon or paddle until it forms a ball. Remove from the heat.
  2. Stir in two eggs, one by one, stirring till each is absorbed completely.
  3. Heat another sauce pan with a few inches of oil to 370ºF. Drop in batter by tablespoons and fry till golden brown. Fry about four at a time. Drain on brown paper. Sprinkle with powdered sugar, or silt and fill when cool enough before powdered sugaring. Serve immediately.

These fritters can be slit and filled with preserves, custard, cream filling, or eaten plain.

Important Announcements

  1. Regarding Today’s Sermon
    As mentioned in the sermon today, the Rev. Betsey Monnot invites anyone who would like to share reactions or further discussion about the sermon to contact her either by phone or by email. She is happy to set up small group discussions via zoom or to have individual conversations. Please see the announcements section of the bulletin for Rev. Betsey’s contact information.
  2. Prayer Vigil for Racial Justice and the Healing of our Nation
    On Sunday, May 31, 2020, 1:00 PM PDT, the Union of Black Episcopalians is hosting a sacred conversation for the naming of racial realities in this nation, acknowledging the pain and anger of black people, praying for repentance and healing, and empowering all people to do what must be done to end racism and cultivate God’s Beloved Community. Prayers and personal witness will be offered by a broad spectrum of people from across the Episcopal Church. All are welcome.
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