Welcome to St. Luke’s Lutheran Church, celebrating 100 years in Park Ridge, Illinois. Whether you enter through this website or through the church doors, all are warmly invited to join in discovering a life of faith.
Wednesday nights from 7:00-8:00 p.m., beginning July 8, Pastor Johnson will lead a study of the powerful PBS Frontline presentation, From Jesus to Christ: The First Christians. We will view the video and talk about it after. From Jesus to Christ is a Frontline presentation of PBS. It brings together the nation's leading New Testament Scholars to offer insight and reflection on the origins of Christianity. The series traces the events that occurred after Jesus' death and resurrection, ...
Join the St. Luke's congregation on Thursday July 9, 2015 to welcome the Stubbs Family from Tanzania. Global Links invites you to an Ice Cream Social at 7:00 p.m. as we gather to listen to their music, hear stories and and learn more about the work they are doing at Tumaini University Makumira and with the churches in Tanzania
You can raise a butterfly! Free caterpillar kits are available for you, containing everything that you will need to raise your hungry caterpillar until it changes into a monarch butterfly. Your caterpillar takes 2-3 weeks to make the transformation and prepare for its journey of over 1,000 miles to its winter home in Mexico. Contact Iris Henderson or 847-823-1828 to reserve your butterfly kit, or see Iris at St. Luke’s on Sundays (often in the nursery).
Hymn Festival, Tuesday, July 28, 7:30 p.m. St. Luke’s is thrilled to present Let the Whole Creation Cry. Renowned choral director, Anton Armstrong, directs the Hymn Festival Choir, with legendary organist, John Ferguson, at the keyboard. This event takes place in conjunction with the Augsburg Fortress Music Clinic, July 28-29. All are welcome. Participation in the Hymn Festival choir is not limited to those who attend the daytime music clinic sessions – all are invited to ...
Sunday, July 26 at 11:15 a.m. Bring your pet to St. Luke’s for a Pet Blessing outside on the west lawn. All friendly pets are invited on a leash or in a carrier, or you can bring a picture of your pet to be blessed. Pets that have passed away may also be remembered. In case of rain, service will take place inside. Invite your neighbors and friends! Contact Melinda Hoiland with questions.
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