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Sept. 7 at 8:30am

September 7 at 11:30am

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September 7 after the Requiem

Sept. 9 at 10am

Sept. 10 at 6:30pm

Sept. 13 at 7pm

Sept. 13 at 8:30pm

Sept. 16 at 6pm

Sept. 18 at 7pm

Sept. 19 at 7pm

Sept. 24 at 6pm

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Sept. 30 at 6:30pm

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St. Luke's Episcopal Church 
1206 Maple Lane, Anchorage, KY 40223
September 5, 2019

Sunday Breakfast
Breakfast this coming Sunday, September 8, will be provided by guest chef, Mike Berry.
Our Sunday class topic is on "The Roots of Christian Mysticism". Taught by Father Michael and Jon Siegrist, this course will last for several weeks.
Please plan on joining everyone in Board Hall between 8:30am and 9:45 where you will not only enjoy great food but a time for fellowship.   
Lemonade on the Lawn 
Meet us on the front lawn after the 10am service for refreshments and mingling. Get to know those you've never met before and talk to those you do know. It's a great time for all.

Ordination to Priesthood 
On Friday, September 13th at 7:00pm, the Rt. Rev. Terry Allen White, Bishop of Kentucky, will, God willing, ordain the Rev. Allison Caudill to the Sacred Order of Priests here at St. Luke's

More details will be forthcoming in the weeks to come.  Ordinations are relatively rare events in the life of a parish, and they are incredibly powerful spiritual experiences, so I hope we can all be together that night .

NURSERY will be available beginning at 6:30pm

St. Luke's Book Club 
YOU ARE INVITED to St Luke's Book Club on September 18 at 7:00. Our book selection for September is The Pioneers, written by David McCullough. The Pioneers rediscovers an important and dramatic chapter in the American story - the settling of the Northwest Territory by dauntless pioneers who overcame incredible hardship to build community based on ideals that would define our country.
MEETING INFO : Lyman House, September 18, THIRD (3rd) Wednesday monthly at 7:00 PM for 2+- hours of rousing conversations and introductions to books of almost every genre.
At the end of each meeting, we discuss books for the next month's selection, so bring your suggestions with you. We invite you to join us!

"Computer and Home Security" coming in Sept.
The Brotherhood of St. Andrew (BOSA) is pleased to announce the continuation of their lecture series introduced in February with "Cancer in Men" followed by "Dementia and Alzheimer's" this past May.
Our first topic this Fall will be "Computer and Home Security" by guest speaker Greg Gitschier. Now the leader of his own security consulting firm, Greg has had a wide and interesting career in law enforcement and security work. During a lengthy term of employment with the Secret Service, he was heavily involved with providing protection for our Presidents, royalty, foreign dignitaries, and even Pope John Paul II. He followed his federal career with work for the Louisville Metropolitan Police Department, and currently serves as a Chaplain for both the Louisville Metropolitan and Anchorage Police Departments. He is a Deacon in the Catholic Church. Greg speaks frequently to groups in the Louisville region, and his firm consults with a number of local businesses on security matters.
This presentation will be held in Board Hall on Thursday, September 19 at 7:30PM, and all are welcome to attend.
There is no fee. Please let your neighbors know of this event. They are most welcome to join us for an informative evening.
If you plan on attending, you will help us greatly with an RSVP to Dawn at the church office (Phone: 245-8827 ext:10). This will help us to assure adequate seating, etc.
Reflections Special Folk Song Service 
Saturday, September 21st at 5:30pm
Are you a fan of sixties music? Do you still enjoy some of the classic folksongs that were so popular at that time, and still have a following today? Pete Seeger, Bob Dylan and Peter, Paul and Mary are still household names.  
The sixties music also includes some of the favorite Jewish tunes that were heard by many in Israel and America.  
Please join us, Sept. 21st at 5:30 for the folksong service and in Board Hall after the service for some tasty nibbles and beverages...and share some memories this music brings back to you.
Sunday School Studies 
We will begin a course on CS Lewis
on September 22 at the Sunday morning breakfast. We will cover his biography and his writings.  
If you want to do any pre-reading for discussion sake, we will cover
Mere Christianity, The Screwtape Letters, his science fiction space travel trilogy  
( Out of the Silent Planet, Perelandra and That Hideous Strength), and the Chronicles of Narnia.
Newcomer's Dinner 
On Sunday, September 29th at 6:00pm in Board Hall, we will be holding a Newcomers Dinner in Board Hall.  
This is for everyone who's become a new member over the past year and for people who have started worshiping with us during that period Even if your first time at St. Luke's is on September 29th, you're welcome.  
This opportunity for fellowship can help make connections and kindle new friendships and draw us all closer together as a parish. A handful of parish leaders will be present to offer brief (1-2 minute) descriptions of our various ministries, how you can get involved, and how you can benefit from them.  
We hope to see you there . 
Wednesday Walks on the Anchorage Trail 
Join us at the Anchorage Trail each Wednesday (weather permitting) at 8:30 AM for an invigorating walk along the trail that leads us thru a wildflower meadow where you might see deer, colorful birds, turtles, and other species of both animals and plants.
After our walk, we can attend Wednesday Bible Study at St. Luke's to hear Fr. Michael lead us in the word of God. Looking forward to being "on the trail again."

Contact: Anne Willis at 502-445-2009 or e-mail

Save the Date!! 
On October 20 St. Luke's Music Series will open its 6th season with an Organ Recital and Evensong at 4:00 pm with Shawn Dawson, Organist/Choirmaster at Calvary Episcopal Church.
Following the Evensong, our Music Gala will be held once again at the home of Brian and Celia Manlove, 2709 Anchor Way, 40223 from 5:30 - 8:00 pm.  A buffet supper will be served.  The Gala is always a very festive event with wonderful food and drink and cocktail piano music provided by Robert Lee. 
Music is a vital ministry at St. Luke's which is made possible by the generous donations of our members and friends.  We thank all of you who have been so supportive of our past seasons!  Your donations to the Music Series allow us to extend a spiritual outreach to the Louisville community by sponsoring recitals, Evensongs and other special musical events in our beautiful church.  This year we're also asking for memorials to underwrite the cost of instrumentalists at Christmas and Easter services and a possible special concert in March 2020.
Vestry Person of the Day for September 8

Priscilla Bond

The Vestry Person on Duty (VPOD) is responsible for assisting the Rector with welcoming newcomers and closing the church after worship has been conducted.

September 2019 Calendar  
Sept. 5 at 6pm : Reflections rehearsal (church)
Sept. 7 at 8:30 am : Brotherhood of St. Andrew meeting (Board Hall)
at 11:30 : Visitation for Linda Ridoux
at 12:30 : Requiem for Linda Ridoux
at 2pm : Reception for Linda Ridoux
at 5:30pm : Holy Eucharist Rite II service
Sept. 8 at 8am : Holy Eucharist Rite I service
at 8:30am : Weekly Breakfast (Board Hall)
at 9:15am : Sunday School for all ages
at 10am : Holy Eucharist Rite II service
Sept. 9 at 10am : Finance Committee meeting (Lyman House)
Sept. 10 at 6:30pm : Daughters of the King (Board Hall)
Sept. 11 at 9:45am : Wednesday morning bible study (Board Hall)
at 11am : Private Event
at 6pm : Wednesday evening Eucharist service
at 7:15pm : Adult Choir Rehearsal (church)
Sept. 12 at 6pm : Reflections rehearsal (church)
Sept. 13 at 7pm : Ordination of Priesthood : Rev. Allison Caudill
at 8:30pm : Ordination Reception
Sept. 14 at 5:30 pm : Holy Eucharist Rite II service
Sept. 15 at 8am : Holy Eucharist Rite I service
at 8:30am : Weekly Breakfast (Board Hall)
at 9:15am : Sunday School for all ages
at 10am : Holy Eucharist Rite II service
Sept. 16 at 6pm : Vestry meeting (Lyman House)
Sept. 18 at 9:45am : Wednesday morning bible study (Board Hall)
at 6pm : Wednesday evening Eucharist service
at 7pm : St. Luke's Book Club (Lyman House)
at 7:15pm : Adult Choir Rehearsal (church)
Sept. 19 at 6pm : Reflections rehearsal (church)
At 7pm : BOSA Lecture Presentation
Sept. 21 at 5:30 pm : Holy Eucharist Rite II service
Sept. 22 at 8am : Holy Eucharist Rite I service
at 8:30am : Weekly Breakfast (Board Hall)
at 9:15am : Sunday School for all ages
at 10am : Holy Eucharist Rite II service
Sept. 24 at 6pm : Centering Prayer (Lyman House)
Sept. 25 at 9:45am : Wednesday morning bible study (Board Hall)
at 6pm : Wednesday evening Eucharist service
at 7:15pm : Adult Choir Rehearsal (church)
Sept. 26 at 6pm : Reflections rehearsal (church)
Sept. 28 at 5:30 pm : Holy Eucharist Rite II service
Sept. 29 at 8am : Holy Eucharist Rite I service
at 8:30am : Weekly Breakfast (Board Hall)
at 9:15am : Sunday School for all ages
at 10am : Holy Eucharist Rite II service
at ?? : Newcomer's Dinner
Sept. 30 at 6:30pm : Sing Along
Contact Information
St. Luke's Office : Hours : Mon.-Thur. 9AM - 3PM & Fri. 9AM - 1PM
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