We welcome everyone equally and enthusiastically. Whatever your religious background, age, race, gender, sexual orientation, or economic status, we welcome you. If you are responding to a deep inner yearning, a hunger to be part of a community of faith, a desire to love and be loved by God, or a call to follow Jesus, we welcome you!
St. Luke's is a Sanctuary parish and is a safe place for all. If you have left behind a loving congregational family and are searching for a new spiritual home, we welcome you! If you have been wounded or abused or alienated or disturbed by judgmental religion and religious hypocrisy, we welcome you!
The Journey Most Avoided: Talking About Aging, Illness, & End of Life
“The Journey Most Avoided: Talking about Aging, Illness, and End of Life,” which will meet in the Commins Room from 7:00-8:30pm on Sundays, July 21, and 28 in Spanish.
July 21 (en Español): “How do I make sure the end goes as I want?” – Reba Birmingham, Attorney This session will include medical and legal documents – how to complete, who to inform, where to keep; How to protect assets and provide for family; Legacy Planning (St. Luke’s and other charitable giving)
July 28 (en Español): “What happens when I die?” – Mary Artino, Funeral Directors, Reba Birmingham, and The Rev’d. Nancy Frausto This session will cover the physical and functional things that happen and need to happen when a person dies as well as discussing the grieving process.