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October 28

Fall Festival of Treats

The Fall Festival of Treats is one of the kids’ favorite events of the year, so mark your calendars for Sunday, October 28 at 5 p.m. at the St. Luke’s Downtown and Edmond Campuses. This event is FREE!

Downtown Festival of Treats: Your child will have a blast in the South parking lot at St. Luke’s (NW 14th & Harvey Ave). We’ll have Trunk or Treat, Inflatables, and a SPOOKY ORGAN CONCERT will set the mood for a fun Halloween in the Sanctuary at 6:45 p.m. 

Edmond Festival of Treats: Enjoy a fun night of Trunk or Treating, Inflatables, Indoor Playground, Outdoor Playground and candy! 

Sign up to Volunteer for Trunk or Treat!
If you can decorate your vehicle and fill your trunk with candy for all the kids, please register online or email Susan Easttom at seasttom@stlukesokc.org (Downtown Campus) or Taylor Easttom at teasttom@stlukesokc.org (Edmond Campus).

Trunk Sign Up

Spooky Organ Concert

Robert Fasol will bring the Aeolian-Skinner organ to life during the annual Spooky Organ Concert at the conclusion of the Fall Festival of Treats. The concert will start at 6:45 p.m. in the Sanctuary. The concert will also be live-streamed if you are unable to attend.

November 2

4th & 5th Grade Mission Trip

Here’s a service opportunity you can share with your child. St. Luke’s Edmond is hosting a 4th and 5th grade overnight Mission Trip! On November 2-3, we’ll be partnering with different churches and organizations to serve the people of Tulsa (leave at 5:30 p.m. on that Friday, return Saturday evening). We’ll stay overnight at a church in Tulsa and participate in service projects on Saturday. This is for all 4th and 5th graders, but they MUST be accompanied by an adult (one adult per every child). Only 12 student spots are open, so please register soon by emailing Taylor Easttom at teasttom@stlukesokc.org or call (405) 285-2313.

November 2 - 3

Tulsa, OK

November 4

What You Give Matters

Your gifts make a difference as St. Luke’s continues to Share God’s Love and Bring Hope to the World. When you give to the church, you are supporting St. Luke’s programming, missions, administration, ministry staff, and facility. We are committed to living within our means, so we ask every family to prayerfully consider what they are able to commit to give in the coming year. That enables the church to budget for next year’s ministries and missions. We ask that you fill out a pledge card and make plans to attend a special Commitment Sunday on November 4.

Lunch With Bob

Lunch with Bob

Get to know Dr. Bob and Marsha Long over lunch! They have been sharing God’s love with the St. Luke’s family of faith since 1991. You’re invited to hear their inspiring story on Sunday, November 4, at 12:15 p.m. for “Lunch With Bob” in the Downtown Campus Mansion Library. A private joining ceremony will also be available. Childcare is provided. Please RSVP to Morgan Jones: mjones@stlukesokc.org, or call 609-1028.

Edmond Youth Lunch Bunch

Youth Lunch Bunch

Next week, the Youth Lunch Bunch is getting together! Right after church on Sunday, November 4, we will head out for lunch together at a local restaurant. It’s a great time to get connected and bring a friend! If it’s your first time with the Youth Lunch Bunch, we’ll buy your meal! We will leave at noon and return by 2:30 p.m. All 6th-12th grade students are invited. Don’t forget to bring money for food. For details, email Amy Givens at agivens@stlukesokc.org or call (405) 609-1027.

$15.00

Venegas Duo

St. Luke’s Concert Series Presents the Venegas Duo with Francisco and Elizabeth Venegas. They will be providing a musical taste of various cultures on Sunday, November 4, at 6 p.m. at St. Luke’s Edmond. You will experience a wide variety of styles including Latin American, Classical, Modern, Irish, POP… and they will also premiere a new piece just for us! Francisco teaches at El Sistema, works with the youth, and plays in the Edmond LifeLight band. Elizabeth is a violinist who has played in symphony orchestras across the region as well as at St. Luke’s for special worship events.

November 11

Metro Worship

Youth Metro Worship

Youth Metro Worship is next Sunday! All 6th-12th grade students are invited to come together with local youth groups for a worship service that is specifically designed for them. It’s Sunday, November 11, from 5:15-8 p.m. at St. Andrews UMC. We will meet here at the church, and travel down together for the 6 p.m. start time. There’s no cost, but dinner is not provided. For details, email Amy Givens at agivens@stlukesokc.org or call (405) 609-1027.

November 16

Youth Fall Retreat

Youth, let’s get away from all the busyness of the world and spend a weekend growing in faith and making new friends. Join us for the Youth Fall Retreat on November 16-18 (Friday evening through Sunday afternoon) at Oakridge Camp in Anadarko. All 6th-12th grade youth are invited and adult leaders are needed! There will be worship and small groups, plus fun recreation activities like outdoor laser tag, go-carts, 9 square, and more. Register online by November 4. The cost is $130, and students can earn $20 or $40 discount by attendance on Sunday mornings and Wednesday evenings this fall. For details, email Amy Givens at agivens@stlukesokc.org or call 609-1027. Register

November 16-18

Oakridge Camp

November 16-18

Oakridge Camp

November 16-18

Oakridge Camp

December 2

Children’s Christmas Musical

Make plans to attend an adorable performance at this year’s Downtown Children’s Christmas Musical and Party! It’s Sunday, December 2, at 3 p.m. in the Christian Life Center (CLC). Childcare is provided during the musical for ages 4 and under. This year’s performance is “Arrest These Merry Gentlemen.” It’s free and no reservations are required. For details, contact Susan Easttom: seasttom@stlukesokc.org or (405) 609-1036.

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