We write to you for a few reasons, one being gratitude. We are grateful for you and the way in which you have been part of the returning life at St. Luke Lutheran Church. It is not to say that we went anywhere, but COVID drove us into a quieter way of living at 109 Oak Avenue. However, as we emerge into this new tomorrow, life is living itself joyfully out loud in Collegetown – and St. Luke is part of that joyful noise.
Make a joyful noise to the Lord (Psalm 100:1).
We are grateful for the joyful noise of St. Luke. We are grateful for you!
Our Stewardship team is working hard on our annual campaign for 2024 – Gratitude Continues through Generosity. One way to practice our spirituality is to think about what it is we are grateful for, in our lives at home and in our lives together. This is the second reason we write to you: to help strengthen our spiritual and devotional lives together.
Before we send out the annual pledge cards, we would like for you to consider sharing what it is you are grateful for either publicly or anonymously. Simply answer the question below by September 30th. Your responses will be compiled in a devotional booklet that will be created for the congregation as we enter the Fall season and look towards Thanksgiving.
Give thanks in all circumstances; for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus for you (1 Thessalonians 5:18).
In deepest gratitude,
Lauren Mossotti-Kline, Laura Gathagan, Pastor Jason Churchill
I am truly thankful for my church because….
You may reply electronically below or use the paper mailing that was sent, or use any paper and drop it in the collection plate or mail to the office. If you are using the electronic submission below, please let us know your name if you wish.
We will then use these responses to create a devotional booklet on the theme of Gratitude.