Join us for the Service,
Sunday at St. Luke's and also on
Facebook Live at 9:30 a.m.

Mite Boxes for Lent
Mite boxes are available in the Cafe throughout Lent for you to take home and fill with coins, bills or a check. The money is used to help those who are in need.
Alpha is coming beginning April 7th and running thru June 16th. 

Alpha is a place to explore the Christian faith with others. It’s a series of conversations focused on the questions of life, faith, and meaning. 

This spring’s Alpha Course will be held online via Zoom, and now is the time to be thinking of those whom you would want to invite. There are a variety of pamphlet available on the Welcome board as well as flyers for you to post on Community bulletin Boards at area establishments.
We are also looking for people who would lead discussion groups during the meeting. 

Click here to register. If you are interested or would like more information, contact Dan or Jim Fulton.  

Copley Outreach has asked for our help with a specific need. They are asking for small cans or jars of applesauce. No large containers, please. They can be taken directly to the Copley Outreach Center or dropped off to St. Luke's office anytime and we will deliver them.
Women's Group to Begin March 16th
Come join the ladies at St. Luke's in the Common Room at 7 p.m. on Tuesday night the 16th. Book to be studies will be announced soon. For questions, contact Linda Hartman.
Life Line Screening will be back to St. Luke’s again this year this Wednesday, March 17th. Pre-registration is required. Call 888-653-6450 or visit the Life Line website. Flyers with more information are also available on the St. Luke’s Welcome Board.
Hope Totes for Haven of Rest
This Easter season, get together with your neighbors, family, friends, church, co-workers, school, or civic organizations to fill 'Hope Totes' for thousands of people in need in Northeast Ohio. These bags can make a tremendous difference to people who may not have the resources to purchase personal care items regularly for themselves and their families.

Hope Totes are also a great way of spreading the love of Jesus to hurting and homeless adults and children.
You may request Hope Tote bags to fill and receive additional information by visiting their website or calling Haven of Rest at 330-535-1563.
Items to Collect:
  • Toothbrushes and toothpaste
  • Body wash
  • Shaving cream
  • Disposable razors
  • Shampoo and conditioner
  • Deodorant
  • Lip balm
  • Socks
  • Brush and comb
  • Shoelaces
  • Hand or body lotion
  • Facial tissues

Once you have collected items for Hope Totes, you can drop them off at Haven of Rest’s Donation Center (located at 207 E. Market Street, Akron) or call 330-535-1563 to arrange a pick up.
 Your filled Hope Totes or items for the Hope Tote bags may be dropped off:
  • Haven of Rest’s Donation Drive Thru, 207 E. Market St., Akron 
You may request Hope Tote bags to fill, or receive additional information by calling 330-535-1563.
Please drop these items off at Haven of Rest. We will not be accepting the items here at St. Luke's.
To all Women and Girls of St. Luke's:

You are invited to a monthly ZOOM Bible Study sponsored by Order of The Daughters of The Holy Cross.

Topic: "GOD is Sovereign in Turbulent Times"

Text:   The Book of Daniel

Purpose: To examine how Daniel and his fellow Jews remained faithful to  
        GOD following their deportation from Judah to the foreign land
        of Babylon.

Time:   3:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.


Sunday, March 21, 2021
Leader: The Reverend Heather Ghromley, Rector
       Tree of Life Anglican Church, South Bend, Indiana
Reading: Daniel - Chapters 2 and 3

Sunday, April 11, 2021
Leader: The Very Reverend Dr. Henry Thompson, III
       President and Dean, Trinity School for Ministry
       Ambridge, Pennsylvania
Reading: Daniel - Chapters 4 and 5

Sunday, May 16, 2021
Leader: Dr. Erika Moore
               Academic Dean, Professor of Old Testament and
               Director of Partnerships, Trinity School For Ministry
 Reading: Daniel, Chapter 6

Sunday, June 13, 2021
The Reverend Canon Diane Reese
        Director of Communications
        Next Generation Leadership Initiative
        The Anglican Church of North America
Reading: Daniel - Chapter 7

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Beverly Scipio.

Telephone: 216-231-5948

We ask your prayers that GOD will lead and bless this ministry.
Blood Drive at St. Luke's
On Friday, April 30, 2021, we will roll up our sleeves and partner with the American Red Cross to hold what we expect to be the first of many blood drives. The Red Cross has over 135 years of experience providing humanitarian aid including more than 75 years of supplying blood to those in need. 
Each pint of blood we collect can help save up to three lives and will touch the lives of so many more. What a great way to pay it forward and make an impact on people in our community and across the country. We are very excited about the drive and I hope you are too. 
If you have any questions, would like to reserve a time to donate blood, or would like to volunteer, please contact Jim Fulton. There are many ways you can help, but most importantly we hope you come out to donate.

YouTube Channel
St. Luke's has a YouTube channel. Go to and search for "St Luke's Church Akron." If you'd like to be notified when new content is available, go to the channel and click "subscribe." We are still streaming our services Live on Facebook but we are adding another platform with which to share our content.

March Offering:$11,245
Needed monthly: $40,417
YTD Offering: $85,440
YTD Budget: $96,875

Baskets are provided in the front and back of the
sanctuary for your offering on Sunday morning.
We are continually grateful for your amazing generosity, especially during this challenging year and pray
for each of you each week.

St. Luke's receives 4 cents per pound for the clothing we collect.

We earned $196.48 for 2021 YTD donations.
The Clothing Shed
All the clothes you've been stashing in the corner of your spare room can now be brought to the Clothing Shed at the back of the church parking lot. With many of the thrift stores not accepting donations or having limited hours, it's a great place to donate gently used clothing and you'll be helping those in need, too!

Please tie the clothes into a bag (do not use boxes or put clothing in the shed un-bagged) and put in the slot to keep them safe and dry.
God’s Big Story
Children’s Church Curriculum

to the most current Sunday School lesson
Then go to Resources and Young Disciples

For more information,
please contact Jane Roberts

Ways to Give to St. Luke's

  • Mail checks to St. Luke's Church 3810 Ridgewood Rd Copley, OH 44321

  • PayPal -send to
  • St. Luke's Website - - in the upper right corner, click on the button that says, "Give." You can fill out the form with a credit card/debit card or bank routing and account number. You will receive a receipt by email. This can be set up as recurring if you choose. Click here to be taken to the website.
  • Your Own Bank - send a payment through your own bank account's bill pay on the bank website. The church will receive a paper check in the mail. This can be set up as recurring if you choose.
  • Drop off in the church mailbox or come inside to the office if you're driving by.

Prayer for St. Luke's
Pray for an easy transition for the new Bishop of the Anglican Diocese of the Great Lakes, Bishop Mark Engel.

Pray for those who are affected by the virus, the healthcare workers and our leaders who have to make difficult decisions.
Pray for the division of our country and that we, as Christians may be united and may shine as a light to those who are in darkness.

To submit a prayer request, please fill out a pink paper in the back of the chairs in the sanctuary or click here to submit it through the website.

Several of you watching the live stream from home have requested Communion sacraments so you can participate with us in communion from home. This is possible with proper handling and disposal. If you are interested in learning more, contact Jim Fulton in the office and arrange pickup or delivery for those who are shut in and can't travel.
New St. Luke's Directory App
You should have received an email inviting you to access the new directory. Please check your spam email if you didn't see it. It's a great tool to have on your phone! If you're having problems getting it set up, contact Jim in the office and he'll walk you through it. If you are now using the app, please double check that all your contact information is complete and correct and let Jim know if changes need to be made.
Our Clergy on call emergency phone#

Hospital and Shut In Ministry

Call the church office when you or a loved one will be in the hospital or would like
a visit from the Clergy. They
would be glad to visit as COVID restrictions allow, pray and offer communion when requested.

St. Luke's On-Line Directory

 Have you gotten the new directory?
You should have received an email with a link to download the app. If you haven't received it, or need assistance loading the app, please contact Jim at the church office for assistance.

Prayer Texts

Contact the church office if you would like a prayer request sent out to the St. Luke's family. If the request is for someone other than yourself, we must have their permission before we publish it.
After office hours, email Kathy.

We reserves the right to edit or deny requests for the prayer text to prevent the violation of privacy. Thank you for your understanding. 
Inner Healing Prayer ministers to
body, soul and spirit. 
If you would like prayer or have any questions, contact
If you would like to be involved in this 
vital ministry to the body of St. Luke's and also to our visitors, please see David Springer for more information.
Please have all ministry information for the newsletter to the church office by Wednesday before noon to be included in the weekly newsletter. Thank you!
Click here for email or call 330-665-2227.

There are many resources on the St. Luke's website. Spend a few minutes browsing to see all the information that's available or click on the links below.

To access a copy of the weekly bulletin, click here.

You may give online by clicking here

To submit a prayer request, click here.

For the Children's Sunday School lesson, click here.
Senior Pastor
Dan Morgan
click here to email
Prayer Team:

Days before 5:00 pm
Patsy Bowen

Evening 6:00 pm -11:00 pm
Nanci Kulchar

24 Hours
Dorothy Presson
Join us for worship on Sunday mornings
9:30 a.m.

Office hours:
Monday - Friday
9 a.m. - 4 p.m.

St Luke's parish is a part of the Anglican Diocese of the Great Lakes under the leadership of
Bishop Mark Engel

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3810 Ridgewood Rd Copley, OH 44321

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