ST. LUKE NEWS | SATURDAY | MAY 15
IN-PERSON WORSHIP WATCH
In preparation for a post-pandemic return to a NEW normal, we’re inviting 25 people to watch our worship experience recording session LIVE in our sanctuary each week on Thursday night at 7:00 p.m. through the end of June.

You'll see the experience as it is being recorded, just as though you were in the studio with the worship team. You won't be seeing the final worship experience as it's shown on Sundays.

These behind-the-scenes viewing sessions are for St. Luke members only at this time. Please use the password slc-watch2021 to register, and don't share the link with the public.

If you don't have a COVID-19 waiver on file with the church, please click here to complete one now.

MENTAL WELLNESS MINISTRY
EDUCATION & SUPPORT GROUP
Our monthly Mental Wellness Ministry’s education and support group meets at 10:00 a.m. Saturday morning, May 15. The topic is “domestic violence and its effect on the family system.” Register now at tinyurl.com/slc-mentalwellness to join this life-transforming discussion.
PICK UP YOUR ORDER TODAY
If you ordered ALL IN gear and received an email that it's ready, then you can pick it up at St. Luke today between 10:00 a.m. and noon.  

Questions? Contact N'Spirations Bookstore at nspirations@slcumc.org or 214.887.3300 (can also text).
SUNDAY IS WOMEN'S DAY!
WOMEN'S MONTH WEDNESDAY WORSHIP
SPOTLIGHT ON ST. LUKE YOUTH
Cedar Hill Track Standout Diallo Good isn't just a good athlete, he's doing good for seniors in his Cedar Hill community. Watch this wonderful video about one of St. Luke's own.
ACRE SPEAKS OUT ON COVID-19 VACCINE
To encourage people who have not yet been vaccinated, the Academy Council for Racial Equity (ACRE) of the American Academy of HIV Medicine has created a video featuring health care providers addressing common concerns and misconceptions about the vaccine and sharing their personal experiences getting vaccinated.
Everyone 12 and older in the United States is now officially eligible for a COVID-19 vaccination.
JUNE IS MEN'S MONTH
Juneteenth Economic Forum | June 21-23
Make plans now to participate in the virtual The Juneteenth Economic Forum of the Zan Wesley Holmes Jr. Community Outreach Center. Planned sessions will educate participants about changes happening economically within our landscape. Topics will include the digital divide, group economics and investment clubs, international living, the gig economy and more. Mark your calendar for June 21-23. More information will be available soon on our website at www.zwhjcoc.org and on our Facebook page.

Increments of Success | TBA
Increments of Success is geared toward Low Voltage trainees combining technical training with financial planning. It helps individuals to develop SMART goals so that they can become economically sustainable. 
To register for any ZWHJCOC training class, go to zwhjcoc.org and click on Classes. For more information, contact Jasmine Anderson at jasmine.anderson@zwhjcoc.org.
EMERGENCY RENTAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
Dallas Leadership Foundation is still taking applications to its Emergency Rental Assistance Program. This program, in partnership with the City of Dallas, is part of the Dallas Rent Relief program that commits to making assistance accessible to its residents.

Click here to learn more about this program.
Workforce Solutions of Greater Dallas is looking to place 400 young adults (ages 16-24) in work experience. The goal is to have them start on or before April 19, 2021, for 10 weeks. They must be out of school. See below for the qualifying criteria.  
 
We are currently conducting orientations virtually. If they do not have the equipment to participate virtually, they will be set up for an appointment to speak with a TDS in person. They would be working 40 hours a week. The target pay is $15/hour.  

Industries include: 
 Warehouse 
-Shipping 
-Autobody painting 
 Manufacturing 
-Assembly 
 Marketing 
-Social Media Marketing 
Criminal Justice 
-Clerical Positions at the Constable's Office 
-Clerical positions at the Justice of the Peace 
-Clerical with the Chamber of Commerce 
BEREAVEMENT,
SYMPATHY & PRAYER
  • David Welch in the loss of his father, Bobby Welch
  • Sondra Logan in the loss of her cousin, Monica Jeffries
  • Ken Bell in the loss of his father, Franklin Roberson
HOMEBOUND, HOSPITALIZED, SPECIAL MEDICAL CARE
Dwayne Applewhite
Sharman Burks
Patricia Charles
Oneda Collins
Sharon Collins
Carol Daniels
Steven Duncan
Shirley Fridia
Teresa Frye
Bettye Hood
Marian Jones
Hattie Jenkins
Julia Parhams
Lisa Parhams
Sondra Price
Cynthia Ratcliff
Erie Rawlins
Rochelle Sholar
Udell Sockwell
Johnnie Walker
NEW & CONTINUED PRAYER CONCERNS
People without shelter from extreme weather
Althea Adams
Min. Larry Allen
Berda Venerable
Theryn C. Bond
Bryce Jordan Bristow
Todd Bristow
Diane Brown
Willie Brown
Zula Brown
Supt. Rueben Caro
Susan L. Charles
Melody Clark
Tyler S. Clay
Rickey Collins
Carmen Cook
Doug Courtney
Karen Crow
Vanessa Curtis
Clementine Deadmon
CPT Charles Fontenot, Jr.
Benita Gonzalez
Mike Grigsby
Merrell Hamilton
Dejon Hogan
Linda Carol Hogg
Amalia Hoy
Bob Ingram
Arica Jefferson
Faatimah Johnson
Gary Johnson
Jean Johnson
Kenneth Johnson & family
Mary Johnson
Courtney Jones
Hunter Kennedy
Carlton King
Norma Kimborough
Bianca King
Daphne Wilson-Lane
Rosa Lawson
LeCarvin Lewis
Debra Lister
Sgt. Matthew Lloyd
Brian Malone
Rose Malone
Billy May
Ida Miller
Arthur Mitchell
Maxcine Mosley
Ailani Myers
Brittani Myers
Shern Myers & family
Stephanie Neal
Brian Newsome
Pvt. Noriega
Alice Oliver
Sgt. Kashonna Parham
Sharon Pickens
Sherry Powell
PFC Jacquain Reed
Ken Salter & family
Sam Samuels
Addie Shelby
Ishaallah & Matthew Smith
SPC Marcus Solomon
J. E. Spencer
LaMarvin Steele
Betty Tanner
Kevin Taylor
Pam Toney
Tryon Family
SFC Jocklyn Tucker
CPT Tristan Turknett
Bernice J. Washington
Carolyn Washington
Teresa W. Washington
Leatrice Westbrook
Lt. Steve Westbrook
Charles Venters
Cynthia Young
AVERY'S SAVORY POPCORN ON SALE EVERY
FIRST SATURDAY
Experience virtual worship like never before! Watch AND CHAT (virtually) with our pastors and each other at 9:30 a.m. on YouTube and Facebook Live. In the chat, you can ask our pastors questions and share virtual hugs with fellow members! If you see a visitor or a name you don't know, welcome them with a wave or @ them with the "care" button!
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