Care & Contemplation - 5/8/2024

Welcome to Care & Contemplation Ministries at St. Luke's! Faith communities are called to offer love, just like Jesus did.
At St. Luke’s, we have ministries of care that offer support during times of physical, mental and spiritual need. We also offer many support groups and one-on-one Christian care-giving.
We are seeking to be a place that brings wholeness to everyone we serve. Learn more about our ministry groups here

New Care and Contemplation Pastor starting in June

Rev. Dr. Eve Mugambi will be the new pastor of Care and Contemplation starting June 1st. Eve previously served as a lead pastor in The United Methodist Church in the coastal region of Kenya (Mombasa). While she is officially stepping into this role on June 1st, she will around St. Luke's in May. We look forward to you all meeting her soon.


Taize Contemplative Service 5/10

Taize worship is based on the tradition developed in Taize, France after WWII when a group of men came together to pray for peace. A Taize service invites you into a time of contemplation using simple chanting, prayers, scripture and 10 minutes of silence. Please join the chant choir Rev Janet Tiebert and Betty Brandt and the Chant Choir in re-establishing this contemplative tradition at St. Luke's on the third Monday of each month. This month Taize will be held on Monday, May 20 at St Luke's UMC North Indy campus in room N103-104 & on Zoom at 5:30 PM.

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Stephen Ministry

Are you going through a difficult time?

Are you experiencing: loss, spiritual crisis, cancer, hospitalization, divorce, loneliness or other challenges?

St Luke's Stephen Ministers offer one-on-one compassionate care for anyone going through a difficult time. We listen, care, encourage, and provide emotional and spiritual support to people when they need it most. Stephen Ministers provide care that is confidential, nonjudgmental, free, private, and tailored to meet your schedule.

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