SUMMER OF SERVICE
This June, St. Luke’s invites you to take part in our Summer of Service. There will be outreach opportunities throughout the summer months in which you may take part. The kickoff for our summer service projects will include the distribution of Random Act of Kindness Cards to all in attendance on Sunday, June 3. Pick up these cards and help us take them out along with our own acts of kindness to show the love of Christ to others in the community.
The Summer is just around the corner, and St. Luke’s is once again excited to offer Lutheroad Day Camp on July 30-Aug 3 for kids who have completed Kindergarten through 5th Grade. Registration forms are available in the Narthex, and space is limited to 40 children, so secure your spot today.
JAM WATER NIGHT
On June 24, elementary schoolers are invited to St. Luke’s at 4PM on the church lawn for our annual Water Night, where we celebrate a baptismal remembrance with a Water Slide, Water balloons, and fun water games. Popsicles will be provided.
YOUTH SERVICE PROJECT
On Monday, June 11, all youth are invited to meet at the church at 8AM to spread sand on the Children’s Center playground. This is an important time of working together to help the children at St. Luke’s.
ST. LUKE’S SOFTBALL
Come out to cheer on St. Luke’s Softball Team at Gahagan Park! Our games continue throughout the summer months. Their final game of the season is on Tuesday, June 5, at 7PM on Field 1. This game will determine whether or not they will keep playing into the playoffs.
MEET OUR NEW MISSIONARIES
St. Luke’s has a long history of supporting missionaries through the Global ELCA. This year, we are proud to announce that we are supporting a missionary couple named Curtis and Katie Kline, who are serving in Colombia, which is one of South Carolina’s Companion Synods abroad. Katie and Curtis will be visiting St. Luke’s on Thursday, July 5, at 6PM to tell us about their work in Colombia. Come out to meet them and hear of how our support dollars are used to spread the Good News of Christ in Colombia. To find more about Katie and Curtis, check out their blog 8000 Feet And Counting.
YOUTH TACO AND KARYOKE NIGHT
On Sunday, July 22, the youth at St. Luke’s are hosting a Taco and Karyoke night at 6PM in the Fellowship Hall. All donations will go to help Beloved, which is a Synodically Authorized Worshiping Community for parents and children with disabilities in Columbia, SC.
THE BLESSING OF THE GRADUATES
On Sunday, June 3, we will be blessing all of St. Luke’s Students who are graduating from High School and College. We are so proud of all of our graduates and pray that God will guide them in their future endeavors.