Welcome Video Celebrating VE Day It was 75 years ago on this very day – May 8, 1945 – when church bells rang out across the United States, their echoes signifying the surrender of Nazi Germany to the Allied forces. World War II had finally ended in Europe, and May 8 forever became known […]
We’re all sheltering in place and praying for the eventual vaccine to be developed sooner rather than later. Help me out and play along with this post. Please tell me the following:
1. What book, other than the Bible (hopefully we’re all spending some time each day reading scripture!), you’re reading now (or plan on reading.)
2. The title of the book, other than the Bible, that you read last.
3. Your favorite book of all time, (other than the Bible.)
About a week ago, I had to run to Walmart to get some of the basics – we were needing milk, eggs, and bread – and I saw a good amount of people doing the same kind of thing. But, I noticed something special as I was walking out to my car.
“Through your volunteering and your financial gifts, we are making a difference. You truly are sharing God’s love and you are bringing hope to so many in need. Thank you so very, very much.” – Dr. Bob Long During St. Luke’s online State of the Church meeting Monday night, Dr. Bob Long delivered a message […]
We are excited to announce a donation from Chad Richison through the Richison Family Foundation for a generous gift of $150,000 to Meals on Wheels Oklahoma City to provide more than 20,000 meals to homebound seniors in need over the next eight weeks. In the two weeks since shelter in place has been issued, Meals […]
Last week’s Wednesday Night Alive at the Edmond Campus had a little more excitement in the air as St. Luke’s members gathered for the Grand Opening of the Youth and Music expansion. “This is truly a place where you can come as you are, come as who you are, and just have a good time. […]
Make new friends, grow in faith, serve the community, and learn more about the Museum of the Bible! That’s the focus of the next United Methodist Women’s Unit Meeting. Women of all ages and stages of life are invited to join the UMW on Tuesday, February 18, at 10 a.m. in the Downtown Campus Watchorn […]
Have you ever considered yourself a minister? Dr. Bob Long believes everyone should. “It is not just a few people,” St. Luke’s Senior Pastor said. “We all are given talents and abilities by God that we can use to share that will bless life. Everybody is called to ministry – and that’s an exciting thing.” […]
You can help our homebound seniors weather the upcoming winter storms. Next time you’re grocery shopping, simply pick up an extra item to donate to St. Luke’s Blizzard Bags.
“For most of us, winter storms means slick roads and freezing temperatures. For homebound seniors, it can mean going hungry,” Ending Hunger OKC Director Chris Lambert said. “Blizzard Bags serve as emergency provisions for those times the weather prevents us from delivering Meals on Wheels or Mobile Meals.”
Do you remember the classic adventure movie – National Treasure and wondering what treasure Nicholas Cage would find? This year the adventure moves from Washington D.C. to Oklahoma City as Bob Long and the St. Luke’s staff search for the treasure of St. Luke’s.
Join your family of faith as we recap and celebrate all the accomplishments of 2019 with this year’s feature film, National Treasure of St. Luke’s. See Dr. Bob Long like you’ve never seen him before! Bring your family to the St. Luke’s All Church Christmas Party at the Edmond Campus on December 8 or the Downtown Campus on December 15. Each evening starts with light refreshments from 4 – 5 in the Narthex followed by a delicious dinner at 5 p.m.