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Tuesday – Friday: 9am – 2pm


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Special Events

Centenniial Eucharist
Sundays

8:30am Eucharist
10:30am Choral Holy Eucharist

Wednesdays
10am Holy Eucharist with Prayers for Healing
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(Resumes Wednesday, September 13)


SAINT LUKE'S ANNUAL BARBECUE
Saturday, July 15 at 5:30pm

BBQ

Gather on the Church lawn at 5:30 p.m. Burgers, garden burgers, hot dogs, and beverages, side salads and dessert will be provided. $10 per adult; children $5.
Please sign-up.

Week of July 16

SUNDAY
New Forest Hills Garden Corp Parking PassesThe new parishioner parking passes issued by the Forest Hills Garden Corp have arrived and will be available on Sunday. If you currently have a laminated pass from Saint Luke’s, you need to pick up your new parking pass. Please turn in your current one which will no longer be valid

Gingerbread Players rehearse 2-5pm. and 7-9:30pm

MONDAY
Gingerbread Players rehearse 7 – 9PM

WEDNESDAY
Gingerbread Players rehearse 7 – 9PM

FRIDAY
Gingerbread Players rehearse 7:30 – 9:30PM

SATURDAY /SUNDAY
Gingerbread Players rehearse 2-5pm


BBQ

SUMMER READING FOR ALL!

Saint Luke's Bookstore Will Be
Open
July 2 to August 27.
Bring in all those books you've been stockpiling
and find something new (or old) that others have
donated to read over the summer. The cost is
whatever you want to contribute.

 

Celebrating Ministry
with Children and Youth

Youth Group
GAME NIGHT
Not Your Grandma's Board Games

Third Friday of each month 7-10pm

Young people of the parish and their friends
are warmly invited to supper in the parish hall, followed by an evening of clever, challenging board games.
If you have a really awesome board game you'd like to share, bring it along. If you don't, come anyway, you're sure to enjoy playing the games others bring!

All Saints' Baptism


Every Child a Sacred Trust

At Saint Luke’s, Every Child is a Sacred Trust. This is true whether we are thinking of our babies and toddlers at home and here in the Nursery, the children of our Sunday Church School or the members of our Teen/Young Adult Group. Our care and joy also extends to others through the parish hosting the Angels in the Garden Childcare Center, our welcoming area youth into the Gingerbread Players, and other ongoing commitments to the wellbeing of young people—such as support for Camp DeWolfe, volunteer efforts with Saint Andrew’s Teen Shelter, and our relationship with Notre Dame de l’Annonciation School in Haiti.


•Our Nursery for infants and toddlers on the lower level of the parish hall is staffed during the 10:30 am liturgy.

• Church School, Sundays at 10:30am

• Saint Luke’s Youth Group

• Saint Luke’s Acolytes

Youth Choir

• Saint Luke’s Festival Youth Choir

• Gingerbread Players Ministry
with Community Youth

• Hosting Angels in the Garden
Childcare Center

• Prayer, Support and Pen pals for Notre Dame de l‘Annonciation School, Port-au-Prince, Haiti

• Queens Community House Children served by Food Pantry and Jesse Tree Project

• Camp De Wolfe support

Church School

Saint Luke's and Greater Forest Hills

The missional activity of Saint Luke’s Church, in support of children and families throughout the Forest Hills Community, is demonstrated through our partnership with two important programs: Angels in the Gardens Childcare Center and Thinking Cap After- School Program. The fall term for both programs begins on Tuesday, September 6th. This is the sixth year of our relationship with the childcare center and Year Two of our partnership with Thinking Cap. Through these two programs, Saint Luke’s offers families with pre-school and elementary school-aged children needed care and support services. Please keep the children, teachers, staffs and families in your prayers.

Gingerbread Players
Summer Production
Keeping Up Appearances
based on the hilarious British TV series
Saturday, August 5
Sunday, August 6
A snobbish housewife is determined to
climb the social ladder, in spite of her
family's working class connections and the
chagrin of her long suffering husband.