Upcoming Events

WEEKLY WORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES 

St. Luke’s invites you to worship with us in a safe, socially-distanced way. We have Sanctuary Services every Sunday at 8:30AM and 11:00AM. Live-Stream Services are posted each Sunday morning at 11:00AM on our church website and Facebook page for those who wish to worship with us remotely. Sunday School runs from 9:45AM-10:45AM.                   

GIVING ENVELOPES FOR 2022 

For those who requested giving envelopes for 2022, they will be available for pick up in the Narthex from Sunday, January 2nd until Sunday, January 30th. If you have questions or concerns, please contact the church office.

YOUTH AND CONFIRMATION FOR JANUARY 

Join us this Sunday, January 9th. Confirmation will meet at 3PM upstairs in the Education Bldg for a study on Angels.Youth Group will start at 4:30 with dinner and then move on to a game of Kidnap The Gnome. Plan on having fun, and bring a friend.

NEW MEMBER CLASS

Class will be held on Sunday, January 16th at 4PM in the Sanctuary. If you are interested in becoming a member of St. Luke’s Lutheran Church, please contact the church office at 843-873-2652 for more information.

COVID 19 UPDATE 

We love being able to gather together on Sundays. While there is no mask mandate at St. Luke’s, we urge everyone to remain cautious, and we have facemasks available for those who need them. 

EPIPHANY HOUSE BLESSINGS

On Sunday, January 9th, we will begin the season of Epiphany.  This is a season extending through the months of January and February, where we celebrate Christ being revealed to the world. Our celebration at St. Luke’s begins with the story of the Magi, who follow a star to visit and worship the Christ Child. As we remember this great story, we have a custom of gathering to ask God’s blessing on our homes and on those who live in or visit our homes. Join us for worship throughout the Epiphany season, where you may pick up a piece of chalk and a blessing for your home.  

THE BAPTISM OF OUR LORD

On Sunday, January 16th, we will celebrate The Baptism of Our Lord. The beginning of our worship services will be full of splashing water that is carried out into the congregation as we remember how we have been called God’s own children in the waters of baptism. Don’t miss this special day as we hear God’s words of love and promise for us at the start of this new year.  

SERVING LUNCH TO THOSE IN NEED 

St. Luke’s is looking for volunteers to help staff the Tri-County Ministries (now known as Neighbors Together) Community Lunch program on the third Thursday of every month. Duties include door and line attendants as well as helping to prepare and serve meals to those in the community. There is a need for 10 volunteers monthly. Find more details and a sign-up sheet in the Narthex.

LITTLE FOOD PANTRY

St. Luke’s Little Food Pantry outside of our Chapel continues to be a blessing to our community. Please consider bringing any non-perishable food items, such as canned fruits or vegetables, peanut butter, soups, or meats (tuna, chicken, chili, ravioli, corned beef, etc) to help us fill the pantry. Items may be dropped off in the church office, chapel, narthex, or placed directly into the food pantry. Thank you for serving our neighbors in need! Find out more at our St. Luke’s Little Food Pantry Page