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May 2018 Reflection from the Rector

By Mother Erin on May 04, 2018 0 Comments

In only the past three weeks, I have been spiritually fed by the worship, mission, and ministry of St. Luke’s. I cannot say enough how grateful I am to be serving as your rector. I have been asked already, multiple times, what my vision is for the future of St. Luk... Read more »

March 2018 News

By Deacon Bobby on March 09, 2018 0 Comments

Sometimes it feels as if Christmas was a very long time ago; other times it seems only yesterday that we entered into Advent and started the new church year. Regardless, whether it seems to you that time has moved very quickly or slowly, we find ourselves once again near... Read more »

Meet Mother Erin

By the Vestry on February 18, 2018 0 Comments

Meet Mother Erin who will join us as our new rector beginning April 16th!Read more »

October 2017

By Deacon Bobby on October 17, 2017 0 Comments

Peggy, Lili and I just got back from Ft. Myers, FL, where we attended the wedding of my sister’s middle child, the first of her brood to get married. We were glad to see that, for the most part, damage from Hurricane Irma in the areas that we saw was limited m... Read more »

September 2017

By Deacon Bobby on September 01, 2017 0 Comments

Merciful God, be with us and guide us; open our minds and our hearts and surround us with your love. Grant us wisdom and acceptance of your vision as we seek a new rector and spiritual leader. Grant us an adventurous spirit, willing to attempt new tasks and face new ways... Read more »

June/July 2017

By Deacon Bobby on July 01, 2017 0 Comments

We are now several weeks into Fr. John’s retirement as our rector and so I’m beginning to believe that he really, truly is going through with this! As with any loss, whether unexpected or planned, there is always grief and a sense of uncertainty, and this is ... Read more »

Rector's Rhetoric - May 2017

By Father John Norvell on May 01, 2017 0 Comments

Last Sunday, as I’d just finished a session with the Inquirer’s Class, I was walking by the parish library and heard laughter coming through the door from the Adult Class inside. I had to smile, knowing that community life will certainly carry on at St. ... Read more »

Rector's Rhetoric -March 2017

By Father John Norvell on February 27, 2017 0 Comments

It’s been said that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. I suppose that’s true unless it’s done in mockery. I’ve been thinking about that as I prepare for Lent—who am I grooming myself to become, or better yet, who is God grooming me... Read more »

Rector's Rhetoric - January 2017

By Father John Norvell on January 02, 2017 0 Comments

The best definition for the word “geek” is the person you picked on in high school and wound up working for as an adult. In many instances, geeks from my generation were the youth who had a passion for learning, always entered the science fair, and spoke in a... Read more »

Rector's Rhetoric - November 2106

By Father John Norvell on November 01, 2016 0 Comments

This year’s Diocesan Convention has now come and gone, marking 29 for me. It’s hard to believe that I’m now considered one of the senior clergy members in our diocese. I’m not sure how I feel about that. Our conventions represent all that is good ... Read more »