ST. LUKE'S NEWS

COFFEE: GROUNDS FOR DISCUSSION IN JANUARY

“Coffee: Grounds for Discussion” meets in the Undercroft each Sunday morning during the program year between the 9:15 and 11:00 AM services. 

Past sessions have hosted a variety of speakers both from St. Luke’s clergy, the broader community of Granville, and organizations within central Ohio.  Coffee and light refreshments are provided.  Members of the congregation are invited to volunteer as presenters or to suggest speakers whom they would like to hear.  

January 7, 2018
Walk of Faith/Walk of Life
Celeste Nichols, M.Ed., L.P.C., Placement Unit Supervisor at Licking County JFS

Celeste will talk about her personal journey of faith and what the call to be a servant has meant for her life. Raised in Western Maryland, Celeste came to Ohio for college and has spent most of her adult life here, as a pastor’s wife and civil servant. The primary focus of her work life has been serving children and families in the foster care system.

January 14, 2018
Meet-in-the-Middle

This coffee hour affords folks who attend different services to meet and greet over coffee and refreshments. 

January 21, 2018
Walk of Faith/Walk of Life
Phoebe Myhrum, Interim Director of Religious and Spiritual Life at Denison University.

Phoebe shares her faith journey, her spiritual formation in a variety of faith communities, and the questions that compelled her to go to seminary.

 

January 28, 2018

Beginning a Family Devotional Time
Reverend Mary Raysa and Jimi James

In our culture, secularism has invaded every day and hour; especially with children’s athletic games scheduled on Sunday mornings, the time once set aside for church and one’s faith.  So how can one make time for family togetherness and connectivity? How can you incorporate “Christ time” in your family’s daily living plan? Join Rev. Mary Raysa and Jimi James to explore possibilities. Parents with young children will especially benefit from this program from parents who have done this already. Let’s keep our faith growing and especially those of the youngest among us!!