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News from St. Luke's United Methodist Church
St. Luke's United Methodist Church

June, 2012

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E-Bulletin for June 20, 2012 
Awaken in Worship   

Westheimer Campus
Jesus chose twelve ordinary people, called them by name, and challenged them to step away from the ordinariness of life so that they
could follow him.  

Join us this Sunday for 
The Twelve: John, The disciple Whom Jesus Loved, 
Scripture: 1 John 4:7-12

Gethsemane Campus
Summer sermon series is United by Faith.
Join us this Sunday for The Future is Mestizo.

Embrace in Community


FASST, Friendship And Social Skills Training teaches children about making/keeping friends, and appreciating differences. Peer groups, led by Amy Birchill Lavergne, M.Ed., LMFT-S, LPC-S begin July 10. Details online or call Nick Finnegan Counseling Center at 713-402-5090.
Train in Teams  

Who takes Disciple?

People just like you who want to delve into what the Bible has to offer for living out your life!


What is entailed?

All of the courses run from September through May and involve a 2.5 hour weekly meeting, as well as daily reading and homework. 

 online now  or call 713-402-5139.

Move in Ministry
Summer OppsLook at the cute bags our congregation is making for CCSC! You can respond to
God's call to apostleship by checking out this week's opportunities. They are available online or in Sunday worship bulletins.

Galveston Bay
Vacation Bible School Mission Update
The VBS family collectively raised $2,413.94 for Galveston Bay Foundation. It's not too late for you to participate. Your donation can be made online until June 29.

After School Care and Summer Camps 




 Children's Ministries

Embracing Communities  






Music and Fine Arts  


Move in Ministry

Day School

Student Ministries

Adult Sunday School




Sr. Adults


Training Teams


United Methodist Women 


Young Adults 


Contact us  



Quick Links 

Save the Date


June 20, Sing with Choir Oneat the 11 a.m. services during July. Rehearsals start at 7:15 p.m. tonight.


June 22, The Jerry Eckles Music Theater Camp will present Glee II, an original production at 5:30 and again at 7:30 p.m. Contact Monica Griffin 713-402-5110.


June 24, Summer SongPlay!is an 8-week  interactive class for infants through preschoolers and their adult of choice. Learn more about Summer session. 

June 25-29, Sing Broadway! is a summer musical theater experience for children entering grades 2-5. The program will meet daily with a final performance at 6 p.m. on June 29.  Contact Monica Griffin at 713-402-5110.


June 30, Volunteer Training for those interested in PM Pals, a kids' night out program for children with special needs and their siblings, 10 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. Contact Bevin  at 713-402-5053.   

July 1, Special Break Bread Patriotic Celebration in Canterbury Hall (Gethsemane Campus) at 
12:15 p.m. Come for fellowship and singing and bring a dish to share.


July 4, Church offices will be closed.


July 14, Sr. Adults attend Summer Chills at the Alley Theatre for a production of Agatha Christi's Black Coffee. Call Kathy Neely at 713-402-5139.


July 12, CATTS,Children's Art Therapy Team Support is a program for youth ages 5-17 with a relative suffering from a long-term/life-threatening illness. CATTS meets Thursday evenings from July 12 - September 13. Registration(713-402-5090) is required by July 2.




3471 Westheimer, Houston, TX 77027 | 6856 Bellaire Blvd., Houston, TX 77074 | 713-622-5710 



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