Fellowship Brunch
Please join us for fellowship and food! There will be a Fellowship Brunch after the 9:30 service on Sunday, October 9th in Todd Hall. If you are interested in contributing to the brunch, please contact Julie Hicks.
We will be taking a free will offering to help fund the new doors to the church.

Date Added For Directory Photos
We have had such a great response to our new directory photo shoot that we have had to add a second day!

The dates for our photography are:
Monday, October 10th from 2-6 pm
Tuesday, October 11th, from 2-8:30.
If you have already made an appointment but Monday works better for you, you can switch your date/time online at or call Maxine in the office and she will take care of you.
If you still need to make an appointment you can do so after church services or by going to and enter
     Church Code: mn309
     Password: photos.

Please call Maxine at the church office with questions or if you need help.

Safe Church Training
The Episcopal Church requires Safe Church Training to make our churches safe for everyone. All clergy, vestry and employees are required to take both courses every 3 years. All keyholders are required to take Tier Two training every 3 years. We are hoping to have everyone complete their training by springtime.
Here are the upcoming training courses. Please get signed up if you can. They offer these courses once a month. Call Maxine at the office to let her know when you have completed a course or if you have any questions.
Safe Church for God’s Children (Tier Two)

       Wednesday, October 19, 9am-12pm by Zoom  Safe Church for God’s People (Tier Three)
       Wednesday, October 19, 6-9pm by Zoom 

To register please go to
Community Conversations on Race & Inclusion
The Community Conversations series started in 2017. The series initially started as a movie night followed by thoughtful and substantive discussion on issues of race and inclusion. This Fall we will continue this project with the following FREE movies:
  • Sunday, October 9 (Sunday), 3-6 pm: ‘Best of Enemies’: the true story about how a black woman and a KKK leader became friends and changed history in the process. | Holy Trinity
  • Sunday, November 13, 3-6pm: ‘Colin Kaepernick Story Part I': What set a sports-mad teenager on the path to becoming a civil rights standard bearer | Hamline Church, 1514 Englewood, St. Paul
  • Sunday, December 11, 3-6 pm: ‘Colin Kaepernick Story Part II': What set a sports-mad teenager on the path to becoming a civil rights standard bearer | Hamline Church, 1514 Englewood, St. Paul
These are free events but registration is preferred. Click Here to  register 
Fall Mission Area Gatherings

Join fellow Episcopalians from your mission area for a time of prayer and fellowship. Canon Kelsey Schuster and representatives from ECMN Council will preview the budget that will be considered at the 2022 Convention and review other items coming before convention this year. This will be your opportunity to ask questions, consider the ways that the budget reflects our shared values as a diocese and as a mission area, and offer feedback.
St. Luke’s is part of the East Metro Mission Area. The Fall Mission Gathering for our area is being held online on October 15th. These gatherings are open to everyone, but will be particularly useful for lay and clergy delegates to convention. Learn more and register at under events.

Garden Club 

Greetings Gardeners! The gardens are looking pretty great. Thank you for all your hard work. As you well know, keeping up the gardens is an ongoing task. If you would like to help, contact Julie Hicks to set up a time and find out what needs to be done.

OR... Just stop by and take a look. I'm sure you will find some weeds to pull and things that need to be done.