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Thursday, December 15, 2016

Christmas Altar Flowers: Honoraria & Memorials

Christmas Altar Flowers: Honoraria & Memorials

Christmas Altar Flowers—Honoraria & Memorials
If you would like to make a donation in honor of or in memory of a loved one for Christmas flowers, you may send a check to the church office (1720 Peabody Ave., 38104, ATTN: Lucy Owens) listing the names of those you would like remembered. 

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Wednesday, December 14, 2016

La Posada

La Posada

Mary & Joseph's lively search for lodging in Bethlehem takes center stage in this magical evening service with traditional Christmas hymns. The nativity procession is followed by a delicious Mexican feast, as well as pinatas and crafts for children, making this one of our favorite Grace-St. Luke's holiday traditions!

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Grace Matters

November 3rd, 2016
Grace Matters

When you think about what matters most in your life, what comes to mind? For many, the answers to this question are relationships with family and friends, a fulfilling vocation and a meaningful religious life. Grace-St. Luke’s hopes to serve as an anchor for the things that matter most in the lives of our parishioners and our community.

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Taking the Plunge

November 3rd, 2016
Taking the Plunge

Along with my younger brother Patrick, I was baptized on November 1, 1998 at Mt. Carmel Missionary Baptist Church. He was 6. I was 8. Our mother says he wanted to be baptized to have his sins forgiven and I wanted to be baptized in order to receive Communion. 

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From the Rector: The Feast of All Saints

November 3rd, 2016
From the Rector: The Feast of All Saints

If I had to pick my favorite holy day on the church’s calendar, I would pick All Saints’ Sunday, which occurs this year on November 6. I probably should pick Easter Day or Christmas Day, but All Saints’ is so moving and lively that I find myself returning throughout the year to this day’s prayers, readings, and hymns more so than to any other.

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