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"Making Peace"

June 28, 2020 | Rev. Wendy Lambert

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Small groups have started to meet at St. Luke’s including some children’s events and smaller groups like WNA and Rotary. Church offices continue to be closed to the public, but staff members are accessible via phone, email, and in person meetings by appointments.

We are excited to announce that our online campus is growing! Beginning Sunday July 12 at 11 a.m., we start live streaming the Edmond Campus’ Contemporary Worship Service, LifeLight. The Traditional Worship Service will continue to be live streamed at 10:50 a.m. from the Downtown Campus. Both services can be accessed online at stlukesokc.org/live

We are planning for services to be open to in person worship on that same day, July 12, at all campuses. We continue to visit with local medical professionals and monitor current information, and if necessary, will adjust the date of reopening in person worship.

Sunday Worship Schedule

 10 a.m. Virtual Children’s Sunday School on Zoom
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10:50 a.m. Online Traditional Worship
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>> Watch Live on Facebook
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>> Listen Live on a phone by calling 1(855) 662-3700

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Daily Devotional

Slow Down and Breathe

I recently saw an article titled, “The Dependability of Change.”   My mind kept coming back to those four words and my uncomfortable reaction to them.  I have never thought of change as something I could count on like my favorite sweater in the winter. But the more I mulled over this phrase, I have come to decide change is, indeed, dependable.

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Slow Down and Breathe

I recently saw an article titled, “The Dependability of Change.”   My mind kept coming back to those four words and my uncomfortable reaction to them.  I have never thought of change as something I could count on like my favorite sweater in the winter. But the more I mulled over this phrase, I have come to decide change is, indeed, dependable.

Read More »