2000 Shepherds Lane
Prescott, AZ 86301

928 778-4499
Fr. Pierre-Henry, ext. 302
Mother Denise, ext. 304
Deacons Kimball, Chris, Kehna , ext. 306
Beth & Lauree, ext. 303
Helen, ext. 305
Sophie, ext. 301
Dennis, ext. 309
General Mailbox, ext. 300
Pastoral Care Line: 928 460-2736

Rector: Pierre-Henry Buisson
Assistant Rector: Denise Muller
Weekly Epistle
Trinity Sunday
June 7
A NEW Video Message from Pierre-Henry Buisson on Friday, June 5th
St. Luke's Video Worship Service for the Trinity Sunday
Sunday, June 7, 11 am
Bulletin & Sermon
Trinity Sunday
The Rev Keehna Sture
Centering Prayer from Home on Friday, June 12
St. Luke’s Centering Prayer Group continues to meet “ in spirit ” on the second and fourth Fridays of the month. Members gather for approximately 30 minutes of communal silence in the comfort of their homes, at our usual 9 a.m. start time. Participants receive an email ahead of time with a short piece of soft opening music, a closing prayer, and a schedule for that morning’s “sit”. Our next prayer circle meets on Friday, June 12.  Please note: the Centering Prayer group will take a summer recess during July and August.
A "Thank You" from Deacon Keehna!
A huge thank you to all parishioners who expressed their congratulations, good wishes and prayers as I was ordained on May 23rd! I’m still pinching myself to make sure it’s not a dream! Until I can be in touch with each of you individually, please allow this “group thank you” to suffice. Your outpouring of love has overwhelmed me. In God’s grace and peace, and with gratitude, Keehna
Our Daily Bread, (June, July, August) and Forward Day by Day, (May, June, July)
are available at the Front Entrance of the St. Luke's

Hi All

The blood drive at St Luke's is coming up - June 25 (10 am- 2 pm)
If you are able to donate, please sign up. Otherwise send this flyer to your friends or post on Facebook or other social media.
Thanks for your help!
Charlotte Willman

Food Pantry is open every Friday, 9am to Noon
Pass the word!!!

Thank you St. Luke's parishioners for your continued support of the Food Pantry, both in requested grocery items and through your financial support.
Your generosity has been heartwarming!

Here is a little update to keep you informed of what is going on.

This week we supplied food to 50 individuals. We extend great gratitude for your kind hearts.

Attached is a “Much Needed List of Food Items”. These needed items will greatly assist the Food Pantry
in offering complete meals made from different combinations of all the items.
List of Most Needed Food Items
Immediate needs include
Rice (both), Tomato Sauce, Chef Boyardee (variety), Jelly, Canned Corn

If so inclined you are welcome to pick up a few of these items while out shopping for yourselves and
bring your food items to the church on any Thursday between 1:00 and 3:00pm  
For those who are not shopping but would like to give a monetary donation,
you can mail your check to St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, with “Food Pantry” written in the memo section. These funds will be placed in a separate account for the Food Pantry and used as needed. 
A third opportunity is to keep the Food Pantry clients and each other in your prayers
for peace and well-being.

Father Pierre-Henry does remind everyone that St. Luke’s remains under complete lock down at this time.  Please  do not  bring items on any other day or time than what is listed above, as no one will be available to bring them inside .

Please continue to pray for the needs of our community; for those experiencing food insufficiency, for those seeking medical assistance, and for those needing housing.  
Stay safe and take good care of yourselves and each other.  St. Luke's Food Pantry

A word to the Church from
Presiding Bishop Michael Curry:

“Our long-term commitment to racial justice and reconciliation is embedded in our identity as baptized followers of Jesus. We will still be doing it when the news cameras are long gone.” 
In the midst of COVID-19 and the pressure cooker of a society in turmoil, a Minnesota man named George Floyd was brutally killed. His basic human dignity was stripped by someone charged to protect our common humanity. 
Many of you have asked "how can I support St. Luke's
during this difficult time?"
The first thing we can all do is keep each other in our thoughts and prayer.
The second is to check on each other through phone calls, emails, text messages, etc.
Thirdly, at this time we need your financial support.
Pledges and plate offerings can be kept up to date by online giving click here for a one time or recurring donation.
You can also mail your offering, or if you just need to get out of the house,
go for a ride to St. Luke's and place your offering in the secured locked mailbox outside our parish office.
Thank you so much for supporting St. Luke's in this difficult time.
Looking for a way to socialize with your fellow parishioners while social distancing...
Set-up a zoom meeting
Do you have a group who would like to start a Bible Study, Small Group, Book Club, Prayer group, Coffee Hour, Happy Hour, etc., etc, etc.
Get connected today...
For more information, to get instruction, or set-up your group,
contact Lauree Birchmeier at lauree@slecp.org or 989-859-5381
Upcoming Zoom Meeting:

Hey all you Saturday Night Worshippers
Join us via Zoom for a virtual gathering every Saturday, 5:30-6:30pm
Click the button below
BYOBeverage and stop by to say HI!
Let's stay connected!

Scripture Readings

Sunday, June 7, 2020
Trinity Sunday
Click Here for readings!

Wednesday, June 10
Psalm 112

Special Dates this Week

June 7:  Jim Schubert, Larry Whearley
June 10: Cynthia Crull, Louis Russ,
Linda Rothlisberg         
June 11: Geoff Holden, Bob Borok
June 12: Cal Morrison, Gary Nick, Jean Ehlers,
Bill Towne, Clayton Reyes
June 7:    Dennis & Kay Houser,
Richard & Anita Pettenger,
Gary & Peggy Cole
June 9:  Carl and Carol Anderson,
June 12: Bill And Margaret Towne,
June 13: Wayne and Mary Hallford

Do you know we offer online giving?
St. Luke's offers secure online giving through Realm. You may use this for a one-time gift or a recurring gift. To make a gift click the following link.
We acknowledge...
According to Resolution #2016-3 , of the 56th Diocesan Convention:
We acknowledge the living culture of the Yavapai people, the traditional custodians of the land we stand on, and pay tribute to the role they play in the life of this region.
Our Prayer List
For those in need of Prayers
June Healing Prayers
To all members, family, friends of St. Luke's during this pandemic
Don Martin and family as the mourn the loss of Don's brother Matt. May he rest in peace.
Nancy & Tony's son, Brandon Reynolds who is living with brain cancer;
Clay & Muriel De Ganahl; Rosey & Les Garripee; Joanie Hedger & Family;
Sally, Chalys' sister; JoAnn Salem & Larry Allen; Chalys Stephens; Rosaleen Runnalls & Michele;
Brother Ernie; Bill Tompkins & family; Jane W. friend of Gerry jarvis; Sally Phelps as she recovers from surgery,
Helen, our bookkeeper, who had to put Oscar, our beloved office mascot, down today

Please send the Epistle your Prayer requests: epistle@slecp.org.

For those in our Armed Forces:  Echo, Brian, Lopez, Dante', Florian

In the Anglican Cycle of Prayer :
Friday, 5 June 2020
New Guinea Islands, The (Papua New Guinea) Dennis Kabekabe
Algoma (Canada) The Rt Revd Anne Germond

Saturday, 6 June 2020
New Hampshire (The Episcopal Church) The Rt Revd Robert Hirschfeld
All Saints Cathedral Diocese (Kenya) The Most Revd Jackson Ole Sapit (Primate)
Isikwuato (Nigeria) The Rt Revd Manasses Chijiokem Okere

Sunday, 7 June 2020
Pray for La Iglesia Anglicana de Mexico
The Most Revd Francisco Moreno - Presiding Bishop of La Iglesia Anglicana de Mexico & Bishop of Northern Mexico
Monday, 8 June 2020
New Jersey (The Episcopal Church) The Rt Revd William Stokes
Amazon (Brazil) The Rt Revd Marinez Rosa Dos Santos Bassotto
Jabalpur (North India) The Most Revd Dr Prem Chand Singh

Tuesday, 9 June 2020
New Westminster (Canada) The Most Revd Melissa Skelton
Amichi (Nigeria) The Rt Revd Ephraim Ikeakor
Jaffna (South India) The Rt Revd Daniel Selvaratnam Thiagarajah

Wednesday, 10 June 2020
New York (The Episcopal Church) The Rt Revd Andrew Dietsche
Amritsar (North India) The Most Revd Dr Pradeep Samantaroy

Thursday, 11 June 2020
Newala (Tanzania) The Rt Revd Oscar Mnung'a
Andaman & Car Nicobar Islands (North India) The Rt Revd Christopher Paul
Angola (Missionary Diocese) (Southern Africa) The Rt Revd Andre Soares

In Diocesan Cycle of Prayer:   St. Raphael in the Valley, Benson
In the St. Luke's Outreach Cycle of Prayer:   St. Luke’s Vitalant Blood Drive, Native American Ministries, Episcopal Relief and Development

For the Yavapai-Apache Nation
For Bishop Zak and Amagoro Junior Academy
For our companion Diocese in Navajoland
Community Groups
All community groups that meet at St. Luke's are cancelled until further notice.
Updates will be posted here, as needed.
The Parish Office is closed until further notice
To contact a staff member, email or call the church office and follow the prompts for the staff directory.
Email addresses provided below:
Fr. Pierre-Henry Buisson pierre@slecp.org
Mother Denise Muller denise@slecp.org
Sophie Buisson sophie@slecp.org
Kay Houser mezzomd@yahoo.com
Helen Henderson helen@slecp.org
Lauree Birchmeier lauree@slecp.org
Beth Parknowitz beth@slecp.org
Alfonso Hernandez alfonso@slecp.org
Deacon Chris Christy chris@slecp.org
Deacon Kimball Arnold kimball@slecp.org
Deacon Keehna Sture keehna@slecp.org

Epistle submissions epistle@slecp.org
Church Website: 
The Sunday bulletin is available  under Worship Worship Bulletins
Our calendar is available at the Calendar section .

All area Senior Living Centers, Assisted Living Centers, and Retirement Homes are closed to outside visitors and have suspended outings.
2000 Shepherds Lane
Prescott, AZ 86301
Phone: 928-778-4499
Fax: 928-778-4699