News & Calendars
Over the past year, the St. Luke's Visioning Task Force has been working on and praying about the future of our church. Thanks to much good input from you, we have identified five major areas to focus on and identified clear goals. That information can be found in this document. Rev. Fuquay outlined this vision in his sermon on February 10. If you missed it, you may watch it by clicking here.
Need an excuse to get out of the house and run around? Want to meet some other guys from church? Think you should use your softball talents for good, not evil? Then the St. Luke's Weslyans is perfect for you! We will play ten late afternoon games starting Sunday, April 7. First practice in late March. Contact Nate Montgomery at email@example.com or 340-7115 with questions or to sign up! .
Tuesdays, April 9 & 23, May 14 & 28, 6:30-8PM, E105
Are you pondering retirement, nearly retired, newly retired, rethinking retirement, or an experienced retiree? Join us for a discussion of Retiring As a Career: Making the Most of Your Retirement by Betsy Kyte Newman. Register with Rev. Marsha Hutchinson.
Local artist KP Singh was commissioned to create a drawing of St. Luke's as a gift to Dr. Kent Millard from the church for his retirement. A limited number of these beautiful keepsakes are available for sale. They are numbered by the artist. Cost is $100 for this 18x22 piece. The prints may be purchased in the main office during the week. Contact Julia Johnson with questions. Click here to see a copy of the drawing.
Tuesdays, April 30-June 4, 8:15-9:30AM at Center Point Counseling, and Thursdays, May 2-June 6, 4:45-6PM at St. Luke's
This series has been postponed until the fall. Contact Rev. David Williamson for more information. Limited to 10 people.
Join with seven others this summer (they can be old friends or new faces, you decide!) and commit to spending one evening together as a group each month now-August. We've officially stopped organizing groups, but if you'd like to put together your own group of eight and join in this summer, go right ahead. Feel free to use our Dinners of Eight Recipe Cards to make the most of your evenings together.
St. Luke’s Parents’ Night Out (PNO) 2013/2014 will be registering new families in May. PNO is a co-op childcare program that runs from August to May on the 2nd Saturday of the month from 5:30–9PM. Click on the title above for details.
When Dr. Dick Lautzenheiser travels to Haiti, he not only brings his medical skills, he also bring his artistic talent. The “Identity” Gallery is honored to be the place to see his “Faces of Haiti” exhibit for the month of May. Please walk up the stairs at the east end of the Narthex and take some time to interact with Dick’s wonderful photos.
All Jr. & High School students are invited to join us on this exciting fellowship trip to King's Island amusement park in Cincinnati, Ohio. The cost for this trip is only $45 and includes admission into the park and transportation. We will meet at the Lodge at 7:30 am to check in. We plan to leave by 8am and return by midnight.
Friday, May 17, 7:15PM
Join the men of St. Luke's for a night of fun with the Indianapolis Indians v. the Buffalo Bisons. Email Sloan McCord (firstname.lastname@example.org) to get hooked up with discounted tickets. Baseball, fireworks and fellowship!
Sunday, May 19, 9-11AM, Great Hall
Save room for breakfast and load up on pancakes served by our youth. Your donations will help support the teens who are traveling to Peru on a work trip this summer.
Sunday, May 19, 6PM, Robertson Chapel
Members of St. Luke’s and the Later @ St. Luke’s congregation will formally send Dr. Marion Miller on sabbatical with a special Leave Taking worship service. There will be inspiring music, prayers, and an exchange of commitments between the pastor and the congregation.
Sunday, May 26, 4:30PM in E105
Join us as Rev. Dr. Susan Jennys, an anthropologist and United Methodist lay pastor, shows this documentary about how Hollywood has depicted Native Americans. Q&A follows.
Thursday, May 30, 6:30-8PM, Parlor
This 2011 documentary examines the profound claim that most, if not all, of the degenerative diseases that affect us can be controlled, or even reversed, by rejecting our present menu of animal-based and processed foods. No fee or registration.
Sunday, June 2, 4-6PM at IUMCH
St. Luke’s UMW and IUMCH youth invite you and your family to an All Church Picnic and Open House. Enjoy hot dogs, brats, watermelon, chips, lemonade and ice cream.RSVP to Adra Wheeler. Click on the title above for details.
Wednesday, June 5, 6-8:30PM, Fellowship Hall
This third in a series of six events focuses on the important role education plays in the lives of women and girls. Our featured speakers are Ellen Daniels-Howell, Kenya UMOJA Project, and Marsha Reynolds, Washington Township Schools. Click here for details. You may register for this or any future events by clicking the button below.
June 6-9, 2013
A hiking and backpacking trip for college students and young adults.
Friday, June 21, 7-8:30PM, Daylily Labyrinth
The Central Indiana Labyrinth Coalition invites you to celebrate summer by making music and walking our in-full-bloom Daylily Labyrinth. Bring a lawn chair and a music maker (drum, flute, tambourine, singing bowl) and bug spray. Join us on the grassy area beside the labyrinth.
August 8 & 9, 2013
St. Luke's will be a partnering church with the Willow Creek Global Leadership Summit held in multiple sites across the country. The local site will be at Grace Community Church in Noblesville. Our partnership allows us a reduced registration fee of $99 for the two day leadership-packed experience, but you must register by June 25. Please contact Kathy Alexander for the reduced-fee partner code that you will need to enter in the blank below, then click the Register button. This year's speakers include Colin Powell, Mark Burnett, Brene' Brown, Patrick Lencioni, Andy Stanley, Henry Cloud and others. Click here for Summit details.
August and September 2013
St. Luke's is offering two opportunities to travel abroad in 2013. For details, click on the title above. Contact Bob Zehr at email@example.com with questions. Approximate cost for each trip is $3000/person (double occupancy) which includes round-trip airfare, local transportation, four-star hotels, daily breakfasts and some additional meals.
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Saturday, May 18, 8:00 AM
Saturday, May 18, 8:30 AM
Hiking, Eagle Creek
Saturday, May 18, 10:00 AM
Rosebud Mission Trip Information Meeting
Saturday, May 18, 10:00 AM
Saturday, May 18, 12:00 PM
Elderberries Euchre Game
Saturday, May 18, 7:00 PM