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"Forgiveness Brings Healing"

May 22, 2022 | Rev. Wendy Lambert

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Sunday Worship Schedule

Participate in worship with the St. Luke’s family of faith online, on campus, or on television!

Downtown Campus Worship

Sunday - 8:15 a.m. Traditional Worship in Sanctuary
Sunday - 9:30 a.m. LifeLight Contemporary in CLC

Edmond Campus Worship

Sunday - 9 a.m. Sunday LifeLight Contemporary
Sunday - 11 a.m. Traditional Worship 

Children and Youth

Nursery and Children’s Sunday School are available at both campuses on Sunday mornings. Find details on the Children and Youth page. 

St. Luke's TV Broadcast

10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. on KOCO Channel 5

Enjoy a full hour of worship on KOCO Channel 5 on Sunday mornings at 10:30 a.m. This hour long program including the sermon (one week delay), special music, scripture, and additional inspirational content to start your week with a message of hope. 

Volunteer

Visit the St. Luke’s Missions page to learn more about ways to volunteer in the community and around the world.

Get Inspired

Catch up on Coffee with Bob and Weekdays with Wendy and more study content on the Virtual Discipleship page. 

Membership

Are you interested in becoming a member of the St. Luke’s family of faith? We would love to welcome you! Find out more information about joining the church on the Membership page.

Mission Trip Blogs
Oberammergau Trip 2022

Information About the Trip

A group of 74 people connected with St. Luke’s will travel to Europe. During the trip they will see the Oberammergau Passion Play and spend time in Venice, Florence, Assisi, and Rome. The trip will take place from May 30 – June 12, 2022. The Oberammergau Passion Play is the

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Daily Devotional

We Must Be Patient

The summer after Aimee and I were married, we decided to see how green our thumbs were. We spent a little time in the flower beds. We pulled the weeds, trimmed back the hedges, and prepared the dirt for planting.  One thing we wanted to try was growing our own tomatoes.  Neither of us claimed to be gardeners, but it seemed like something fun to try for the first time.

We went to the store and selected a few small tomato plants. We brought them back home and planted them with great anticipation of the fruit that we would soon see. Weeks passed, and the plants grew. We watered them with great love and care. The little tomato plants were growing big and strong. There was only one problem.  No tomatoes!

The summer months marched on, and our little plants continued to grow, but not produce. I began to seek advice from more experienced gardeners…

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