THIS Sunday, October 22
Annual Chili Cook-off!

Bring your best pot of chili or just come and taste.

Sunday, October 29 – Pumpkin Blessing & Decorating

Bring a pumpkin in to be blessed, then decorate the pumpkin during coffee hour
while watching Charlie Brown and having Halloween goodies.


Commemoration of all Faithful Souls Departed

Thursday, November 2 at 12:00 noon in the Garth
Sunday, November 5 right after service

Choir Practice!

Thursdays 7:00 – 8:30pm.
All voices are welcome!

Sunday, October 29, 4 p.m.
Organ Spooktacular

Join us for a free and family-friendly concert featuring the creepiest and silliest music for the pipe organ! Costumes are encouraged and multiple prizes will be awarded to both kids and adults! Donuts and apple cider will follow the concert!
First Presbyterian Church – 300 N. Washington St., Ypsilanti


Sunday, October 29, 4 p.m.
““Living Voices of the Gospel”

A Festival of Hymns for Assembly, Choir, Soloists, Brass, Organ and Hand bells
Led by Dr. Michael Burkhardt
Holy Cross Lutheran Church, 30650 Six Mile Road, Livonia.
Free & open to the public.

Liturgy Service  Sign-up

All Are Necessary – REALLY!

We need readers, LEMS, ushers and crucifers for Sundays.
The Liturgy Servers are an integral part of the service. Without your participation, the liturgy is no longer “the work of the people”.  Be an active part of St. Luke’s. Please sign-up! October Schedule

Student Shopping List!

Please bring on Sundays and help fill up the SOS box:
Ramen noodles; Granola bars; Small snacks,
Cereal; Condiments, Canned fruit; Pasta and pasta sauce;
Mac-n-cheese; Soup; Rice; Coffee (ground), Tea, Protein bars,
Cat food, Deodorant & Toiletries.

Helping the victims of Natural Disasters
All Are Needed – Really!

Your contribution to Episcopal Relief & Development helps support Church and other local partners as they provide critical emergency assistance. Please go to:

Line Dance Classes –
Thursdays 7:00-9:00pm

Cost is $6 for the entire evening.
All are welcome! No experience necessary!
For more information, see Lori Manary.

What wearing the safety pin means

If you are Muslim, a woman, LGBQ, a person of color,
Latinx, Trans, an immigrant, disabled or afraid –
I am safe. I am here. I will listen. 
I will stand by you. I love you.

Safety Pins are available in the basket 
in the back of the Church and at Coffee Hour.

Pledge payments can be made on-line with PayPal!

Just go to :