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AUGUST 18, 2019
AUGUST 11, 2019
ST. LUKE’S HAPPENINGS
EASTER EGG HUNT AND LUNCH
The congregation of St. Luke's UMC began a Lenten journey on Ash Wednesday as we placed a trumpet at the foot of the cross. This trumpet signifies that Jesus left heaven's glory to find us and bring us back to God.
The First Sunday in Lent we placed 30 pieces of silver at the cross. We are reminded of the Lord's betrayal by Judas and that we also betray Jesus. The Second Sunday in Lent the visual was a towel and basin. Jesus is the suffering servant and we are asked to follow His example.
On the Third Sunday in Lent the Cup was place near the cross. The cup is a reminder of Jesus' humanity and His obedience to God's will. Whatever the anguish we may suffer, it does not begin to compare to the anguish Jesus suffered on our behalf. The Fourth Sunday in Lent we added a Whip. Jesus was flogged for our sins. As innocent people today suffer injustice, we pray for Jesus to grant them his strength and peace.
St. Luke’s UMC’s Community Prayer Dropbox is available. Our community is invited to drop prayer requests in the mailbox. Immediate prayer requests are also available online by registering requests below:
St. Luke’s Chancel Choir - 2019 - CANTATA
MISSION OUTREACH TEAM PRESENTS TREAT BASKETS
Fire Fighters at the 3rd Avenue Fire Station were presented THANK YOU Treat Baskets on Sunday, Sept. 2. The Mission/Outreach Team at St. Luke's United Methodist Church choose this means of expressing our thanks for the service these dedicated public servants offer to the community. Pictured from left to right is Phyllis Fisher, Janice England, Patty Gann, David Worrell, Keith Douglas, David Worsham, Rev. Susan Hannah, Virginia Frost, Lisa Thomasson and Steffen Scarce.
Police officers who serve north Danville were thanked for their service. St. Luke's UMC Mission/Outreach Team presented a THANK YOU Treat Basket to Corporal Clinton Snead. Pictured from left to right are Phyllis Fisher, Patty Gann, Janice England, Corporal Clinton Snead, Lisa Thomasson, Virginia Frost, David Worrell and Rev. Susan Hannah.