First Sunday Luncheon ... All are welcome for this long-held St. Luke’s tradition. Lunch is served in the Parish Hall the first Sunday each month. $9 per person / $5 - 12 and younger /$30 Max.
Young Adults Brunch ... If you are between the ages of 21-38, join us today - and the first Sunday of each month - for brunch following the 11:15 a.m. service at a nearby restaurant. Today we’re heading to Holler & Dash (1085 Howell Mill Rd.). Stay connected: text StLukesYoungAdults to 64600. If you have questions about activities, contact contact Hughes Miller (email@example.com) or Robert Jimison (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Blessing of the Animals .... Join us for worship in The Park at 5 p.m. this afternoon for our annual St. Francis Day celebration. Be sure to bring your pet(s) to be blessed. If you don’t have a pet, come anyway, this is a lovely service. Stick around after worship and we’ll have supper together in The Park. We’re also collecting pet food to donate to the Atlanta Humane Society.
Adult Christian Education
BCP 101 | The Rev. Elizabeth Shows Caffey
In the Parish Hall this morning.
You see that red prayer book in the pew racks in front of you, but do you know what is in there? This book contains the structure for Holy Eucharist, Baptism and many other of our sacred liturgies. Did you know that there are prayers intended for use at home? This class is a quick romp introducing and re-introducing us all to the Book of Common Prayer.
All Our Children | The Rev. Lauren Holder
In the Hamilton Room this morning.
You may have noticed the young faces in our park and on the streets around St. Luke’s—faces that know too much trauma and too little classroom experience or support. St. Luke’s has been in deep discernment over the past three years about how to respond to the homeless children among us and the injustice of education inequality that continues to plague our city and nation.