After the service Sunday at 1:00PM, we will have the third session of our ‘Rule of Life’ series.
The series will continue each Sunday through October.
We encourage everyone to come and see what the Lord has for each of us.
If you are unable to attend, audio recordings of each session are on our website under “Sermons.”
St. Luke’s is hosting another Red Cross Blood Drive this Wednesday, September 28th, from 12:00-6:00 PM in the Common Room. You can sign up to donate online at redcrossblood.org or contact the church office.
Show us the gifts the Lord has given!
We want to see how we can expand our praise and worship to the King. Be it music, art, drama, dance, visual, written, or something new.
If you want to be notified when new content is available
go to the channel on YouTube and click ‘subscribe.’
We will continue streaming our services ‘Live’ on Facebook.
We are just adding another platform to share our content.
September Offering: $22,342
Monthly Budget: $ 39,377
YTD Offering: $320,226
YTD Budget: $346,513
YTD +/- ($26,287)
Ways to support St. Luke's Church
Mail checks to St. Luke's Church 3810 Ridgewood Rd Copley, OH 44321
PayPal - send to firstname.lastname@example.org
St. Luke's Website - stlukesakron.com - 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. There is a 2.9% surcharge for this option. Click hereto 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.
What is "Stage 4"?
Stage 4 is a group of regular people who happen to have cancer or have been closely touched by cancer in their lives.
What does "Stage 4" do?
Stage 4 creates comfort bags which are given to people entering into chemotherapy and cancer treatment. The bags are created by people who have gone through cancer treatment themselves and have a unique prospective on how to make time in treatment a little easier.
Why does "Stage 4" do this?
We are guided by 2 Corinthians 1:3-4, where we are told about the God of all Comfort, who comforts us in all our troubles, so we can comfort those in any trouble with the comfort we ourselves have received from God.
How much do these bags cost?
The comfort bags are available free of charge for both men and women in cancer treatment.
How can You help with this ministry?
You would be most welcome if you would like to help with putting together comfort bags. Stage 4 meets in the Lower-Level Conference Room at St. Luke's Church on Thursday mornings at 9:30 AM and on Tuesday evenings at 6:30 PM.
For more information, to contribute, or if you have any questions,
To help those in need in our community, St. Luke’s is partnering with the Copley Outreach Center.
The Copley Outreach Center is a privately funded, volunteer-driven center founded to reach out to the community to assist families who find themselves unable to provide basic needs such as food or shelter.
CLICK HERE for a list of the food needs or if you prefer to give a monetary donation, you can write a check to St. Luke’s and write 'Copley Outreach' in the memo.
St. Pauly 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.
It's a great place to donate gently used clothing and you'll be helping those in need, too!
Please put your donations in tied bag and put in the slot
to keep them safe and dry. (Do not use boxes or put
clothing in the shed un-bagged.)
St. Luke's receives 4¢ per pound for the clothing collected.
Do you need to schedule an event? Suggest a building repair? Request a refund for purchases made?
Ask for a pastoral visit?
In the church office, next to the Cafe door, you'll find folders with a variety of forms to help with these and other issues. Find the right form, fill it out, then place your completed form in Jim's or Kathy's mailbox. Thank you!
St Luke's Church is part of the Anglican Diocese of the Great Lakes
under the leadership of Bishop Mark Engel.
If you have a ministry announcement or event you would like added to the weekly newsletter or Sunday announcements, please email us or send the information to the church officeby Wednesday at 12:00 PM. Thank you.
St Luke's Church | 3810 Ridgewood Road, Copley, OH 44321 330-665-2227