We came to St. Luke’s looking for a welcoming church for us. Coming from 49 year long background in Roman Catholicism, and my husband a Presbyterian, we wanted a church for US.
I got involved through the Sanctuary Choir (joined that before we joined the church), and also attended Floral Design classes (then taught by Anne Gunter) who was a church member. I met other new people from area, and soon joined Ladies Circle. They needed “new, younger blood” and at that time I was just that! New member class brought a best friendship with a fellow St. Luker that lasted until her death a few years ago
I’m a St. Luker because we found what we were looking for and more. An amazing music program, and opportunities to become involved. Both of us have found areas for our individual volunteer activities and spiritual growth. I’m looking forward to being healthy enough to continue our current involvements in the church, and maybe to explore more!
I see St. Luke’s Core Values lived out in the acceptance that surrounds us every week in worship, the continuing lessons taught from the pulpit (sermons aimed at encouraging us all to share what we’ve found), and programs that get members out into the community.