Upcoming Events | St. Luke's Episcopal Church, Long Beach, CA

Upcoming Events

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3/18: Study on Nonviolence starting at 6:30pm in Room 113 - The Impact of Nonviolence
The class will meet each Wednesday during Lent, starting February 25.  At 6:30 p.m., there will be a light dinner (we will ask for a $5 donation in return for us quenching your thirst and satiating your appetite).  The class itself will begin at 7:15 p.m.  There will be no charge for quenching your hungry and thirsty spirit! You don’t need to do be a mahatma, a monk, or a pacifist, nor do you need to know anything about nonviolence to take the class.  All are welcome! If you wish child care to be provided, please contact Gary a week in advance.

3/22: Youth Learn about Jesus during Lent at 11:30am in Room 113 – This is our final Sunday!
Rev. Gary meets one more Sunday in Lent to talk with the Youth Group about how we experience Jesus today.

3/22: Let’s Talk during Lent at 11:30am in the Guild Room – This is our final Sunday!
What insights did you have from the lessons today?  What did take away from the sermon?  Join us for a conversation in which we explore our experience of today’s service and how it relates to our daily lives.

3/25: Study on Nonviolence starting at 6:30pm in Room 113 - Nonviolence as a Pilgrimage
This is the last Wednesday the class will meet.  At 6:30 p.m., there will be a light dinner (we will ask for a $5 donation in return for us quenching your thirst and satiating your appetite).  The class itself will begin at 7:15 p.m.  There will be no charge for quenching your hungry and thirsty spirit! You don’t need to do be a mahatma, a monk, or a pacifist, nor do you need to know anything about nonviolence to take the class.  All are welcome! If you wish child care to be provided, please contact Gary a week in advance.

3/30: “Reflections of Women of the Cross” at 7:30pm
A contemplative service celebrating several women who were with Jesus at the Cross. The program weaves scripture, first-person narratives, congregational singing and prayers. This will be a moving and spiritual program.

3/31: Holy Week Taizé – “Walk With Me”: The Last Journey of Jesus at 7:30pm
Come sit in the beautiful candle-lit  sanctuary of St. Luke’s and join in softly chanted music, short readings, and quiet meditation; reflecting on the Events of Holy Week and the final journey of Jesus Christ.

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