St. Lukes Lutheran School

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Easter Breakfast

Over 800 people enjoyed Easter breakfast here last year! Come and join us from 7:00-11:00am on Easter Sunday, April 16 in fellowship with our members and visitors.

We need volunteers to assist Chef Scott on Saturday and Sunday for setup, serving and cleanup. Please click here and volunteer for a 2 hour shift. And of course, plan on coming (and invite a friend) to eat before or after worship.

Eggstravaganza - Sunday, April 9

Donations Needed: Help make this a joyous event for the children and parents! We need individual portion snacks such as: juice box, cheese and crackers, peanut butter and crackers, goldfish crackers, pretzels, and gummy bites. We also need small coloring books with crayons, matchbox type cars, toy luvvies, small books, any small toys. You can drop all donations in the bins at the church exits.

Volunteers Needed: 70 volunteers are needed for activities for the egg hunt, scavenger hunt, meals, activities, and greeting our guests with Jesus' love. Contact jessrelax@gmail.com

Invite your friends and neighbors to come and enjoy the afternoon at St. Luke's starting at Noon.

Lent & Easter Schedule

Join us again this Wednesday at 8:40am or 6:30pm for lenten worship. On Easter Sunday, we now have six worship services:

Sunrise: 6:30am in the Cemetery on Chapman Road (between Aloma and Alafaya)

Worship: 8:00, 9:30, 11:00am (Sanctuary) & 9:30, 11:00am (Family Life Center)

Bring your friends and neighbors to celebrate the resurrection! (Can't make it Sunday? Come Monday evening at 7:00pm)

Adult Education Classes

Join us to study the Word and hear the Great News!  Build relationships with other believers and learn more about how God helps us live in the joy of the Gospel. Explore our Adult Education classes.

St. Luke’s Concert Series

St. Luke's Concert Series presents "Celebrate Our Hearts," an inspiring MATINEE performance of sacred choral music by the Lutheran Cantata Choir and Chamber Ensemble on Sunday, March 26th at 3:00pm.

A beautiful way to prepare your own heart for Holy Week and Easter Sunday. Invite your friends to join you. Free admission and reception following the performance.

 

The Lutheran Reformation: “What Does This Mean?”

October 31, 2017 will mark the 500th Anniversary of the Lutheran Reformation. As part of our celebration of this landmark event, we will be taking a deeper look at the Reformation. This class will be taught by Pastor Schuschke on Sunday, April 2 at 9:30am in Meeting Rooms 1 & 2. We will explore such questions as: “I keep hearing about the Reformation… so what is it?” “Why did it happen?” “What difference has it made in our world?” “What has it meant to the Christian faith?" “Does it make a difference in my life today?” As we do so, we will grow in our appreciation of God’s work through the Bible, in the events of history, and in daily lives of real people like you and me.