Life Line Screenings Health Screening Registration

St. Luke’s will once again host a public health screening with Life Line Screenings on Wednesday, June 20, 2018. Last year’s event was so successful, and we received such positive feedback from the community. The screening is open to all residents in the area, and registration is required. Life Line Screening offers 5 health screenings at a reduced rate, which include:

  • Carotid artery/plaque screening
  • Heart rhythm screening
  • Abdominal aortic aneurysm screening
  • Peripheral arterial disease screening
  • Osteoporosis risk assessment

The cost for ALL 5 screenings is $139. Some insurance companies may cover the cost of the screenings, so residents are advised to check with your insurance provider. Screenings are painless and non-invasive and results are provided via mail in approximately 21 days. For more information, or to register, please do one of the following:

  1. Call toll-free at 1-866-229-0469
  2. Visit www.lifelinescreening.com/communitycircle
  3. Text: the word “circle” to 797979

Red Cross Blood Drive April 21

St. Luke’s Episcopal Church will host a blood drive for the Red Cross on Saturday, April 21st from 9 AM – 2 PM. A few slots are still available for sign-up. Anyone who is eligible and interested in participating may sign up to donate blood by calling 1-800-RED-CROSS or by visiting the Red Cross website at the link below and search for St. Luke’s drive using the zip code ‘63021’ and using the advanced search option date filter for April 21st.

 

Holy Week Worship at St. Luke’s

Welcome Spring with St. Luke’s as we observe Christ’s final week on earth during Holy Week beginning March 25-March 31; and as we celebrate his resurrection on Easter Sunday, April 1. All worship services and events are open to the public and are free.

Holy Week worship services are designed to allow worshipers to explore Christ’s final week as he prepared himself for the ultimate sacrifice. Worshipers will find the experience thoughtful, humbling, and moving. It is a good reminder for us of what it means to be a disciple of Christ. The week of services concludes with a celebration on Easter Sunday, including Easter service followed by a reception and free Egg Hunt open to children of all ages.

 

Holy Week Worship Schedule:

Sunday, March 25, 10AM – The Sunday of the Passion: PALM SUNDAY

Wednesday, March 28, 7PM – Stations of the Cross

Thursday, March 29, 7PM – Maundy Thursday

Thursday, March 29, 9PM – Friday, March 30, 12PM – Altar of Repose

Friday, March 30, 12PM – Good Friday Liturgy

Saturday, March 31, 7:30PM – Easter Vigil followed by Fellowship in the Parish Hall

Sunday, April 1, 10AM – Easter Sunday

Sunday, April 1, 11:30AM – Free Easter Egg Hunt – all children welcomed!

UPDATE: Magdalene St. Louis Director To Visit St. Luke’s

 

*****UPDATE: This event is postponed until further notice. Instead, please join us on Feb. 18th for an Unplugged session featuring fun games for the family*****

 

 

Rev. Hope (Hopie) Welles Jernagan will visit St. Luke’s Episcopal Church on Sunday, February 18, 2018. In addition to delivering the sermon during the 10:00 A.M. worship service, she will also be the featured guest speaker at St. Luke’s Third Sundays Unplugged following service at 11:30 A.M. Rev. Hope will talk about the important work Magdalene St. Louis does for abused women and girls in our local area, as well as share ideas on ways to participate in this important ministry.

Third Sundays Unplugged is a new ministry at St. Luke’s that invites all, regardless of faith or spiritual background, to strengthen community by engaging with one another in real life, as human beings and not as digital beings. The sessions focus on meaningful conversations and fun activities that lift spirits and bring joy to participants’ lives. The event is free, and light snacks and beverages, as well as childcare will be provided.

St. Luke’s CommUNITY Fall Festival

St. Luke’s will host its first ever CommUNITY Fall Festival. This will be a fun and family-oriented event with a focus on connecting with our fellow community members and reviving relationships. The event is free to the public and free-will donations will be accepted to benefit St. Luke’s Preschool. The festival will be held on Saturday, October 14 from 1 PM – 5PM. Activities include food trucks, face painting, games, dunk tank, costume parades, pet blessings and more.

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St. Luke’s Hosts Health Screening Event

St. Luke’s Episcopal Church has partnered up with Life Line Screenings, a leading provider of community-based preventive health screenings in the U.S., to provide discounted health screenings to all members in our community on Monday, August 28th, 2017. 5 types of preventative screenings, including Carotid Artery/Plaque, Heart Rhythm, Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm, Peripheral Arterial Disease, and Osteoporosis Risk, will be offered for at a rate of $139. The screenings are non-invasive, and appointments are available between 9AM-5PM. Registration is required. Anyone interested may register in one of the following ways:

St. Luke’s Episcopal Church is located at 444 Brightfield Trail, Manchester, MO 63021.

St. Luke’s Bingo Night

Come and join us for our annual St. Luke’s Bingo Night! This is a family-friendly event, with prizes (including a table of prizes exclusively for kids!), a silent auction, beverages and snacks, and fellowship. This year’s silent auction prizes include tickets to the St. Louis Symphony, the St. Louis Cardinals, Silver Dollar City, as well as various gift baskets and boxes, and much more. Admission is $5 per person or $15 for a family of 4 or more. All proceeds go to the Episcopal City Mission chaplaincy services for youth in detention centers.

Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper Success!

A HUGE thank you to all who came out to support our Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper, and especially to the wonderful and hardworking volunteers. The food was delicious, the fellowship always delightful, but more importantly the event raised $325 for our youth program. This is a great way to show support for St. Luke’s youth, and we can’t thank you enough. See you next year for more pancakes!

Snacks with St. Nicholas

St. Luke's Snacks with St. NicholasSt. Luke’s will host its annual Snacks with St. Nicholas event on Saturday, December 10 from 9:30AM – 12:00PM. Parents may drop off their children for this fun event open to ages 2-8. Children will participate in holiday-themed activities, decorate cookies, “shop” for gifts for parents, and have an opportunity to meet both St. Nicholas and Santa. A light snack of Goldfish, pretzels or Teddy Grahams, along with kool-aid, lemonade, or water will be provided. Registration is required and the cost is $10 per child. Forms and registration fee can be dropped at the church, or mailed to:

St. Luke’s Episcopal Church
ATTN: Wendy Wirkus
444 Brightfield Trail
Manchester, MO 63021

For questions, please call Wendy Wirkus at 314-520-6607, or the church office at 636-227-1227.

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