• KickOff Sunday
  • On Sunday, September 7, we gather for KickOff Sunday.
    It's the end of the one-service Summer Schedule and the first Sunday of Sunday School for all ages.  
    The Schedule for the day:  
    9:30 a.m. Worship
    10:45  Sunday School Registration in Schlack Hall, Classes in the Education Wing. 
    11:30 We’ll enjoy our picnic and join in the Lutheran “God’s Work, Our Hands Sunday.”
    Click on "more" for details on the picnic and how you can help with our service project, "Love Socks" for the Welcome Church in Philadelphia.
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  • Down to the Wire on Service Projects
  • Two KickOff Sunday projects to serve others in our area:

    Food Drive for the Great Valley Food Cupboard 
    Now through Kickoff Sunday, Sept. 7, St. Luke will collect paper goods and cleaning supplies for the The Great Valley Food Cupboard (GVFC) in Devon. The GVFC supports 65 local families each month who need help with food and basic supplies. There’s a box in the lobby outside Schlack Hall for: 
    paper towels 
    toilet paper 
    tissues, sponges 
    spray cleaners
    disinfecting wipes
    glass cleaner 
    liquid dish soap
    We also need donations of fresh fruit - apples and oranges - on Kickoff Sunday.  Bring them with you that day so we can supply some much needed and greatly appreciated fresh food to the Food Cupboard.   

    God’s Work, Our Hands on Kickoff Sunday

    Once again the social ministry team is sponsoring “God’s Work, Our Hands” projects on Kick Off Sunday in September. We join the nearly 10,000 congregations of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America in an annual day of service to our communities.   Our project is to assemble “Love Socks” bundles which will benefit the Welcome Church in Philadelphia.
    To complete the bundles, we need by September 7 lots of donations of:
    Packages of men’s white and grey crew socks (6 to a package) 
    Trial size items: toothpaste, toothbrushes, deodorant, baby powder 
    Kellogg’s Nutri Grain (soft) fruit bars. 

    There will be a box marked to receive these items in the Narthex next to the Welcome Center. 
    The Welcome Church is a church without walls, worshipping with and serving people experiencing homelessness in Philadelphia.  
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