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Worship Highlights

May 15, 2022

Meeting Jesus Again For the First Time!

Worship In-Person and Online

8:30 AM - with hymns

10:00 AM - with praise songs

Download Bulletins - 8:30 and 10:00


A Live stream of our services is on Facebook and YouTube

Go to or to view live streaming along with recorded worships.


Hebrews 13:18-21

John 21:15-19

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Feed My Starving Children

Saturday, May 14, 2022

You are invited to join a food packing event at Feed My Starving Children (Chanhassen location) on Saturday, May 14th at 9:00 AM. 

Your hands are essential in the fight against world hunger. Contact Craig Brandt at, indicate your interest on the back of the yellow Welcome Card, or contact the church office at (952) 881-5801 if you would like to volunteer.


Stewardship Thought

Did you catch this?  The last time St Luke's folks took a turn at FMSC, they packed 63 boxes, which equals 13,308 meals and feeds 37 children for a full year! Awesome!

Now another food packing event at the Chanhassen location on Saturday, May 14th at 9:00 am. Can this team pack more than 63 boxes?

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Listening Post

This Sunday

There will be a Listening Post this Sunday, May 15th, following the 8:30 AM worship. Please grab a cup of coffee and a treat and go to the Great Room. Al Buss will be there to share what is happening here at St. Luke's and answer any questions you may have.

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Job Posting

Part Time Office Support 

Join a team that cares for God’s creation, including one another. We love the Lord and our neighbors – locally and globally. St. Luke’s is a welcoming and growing community of faith, busy making Christ known to the world.

Click here for more information

Questions contact Pastor Rob Norris-Weber: 952-881-5801 ext. 103 /


Send Resume and Cover Letter to:


Yard Care Group

The group will start meeting again next Monday, May 16th and Wednesday, May 18th from 9:00 until 12:00. These are the hours I will try to keep. Come earlier or later, whatever works best for you. An hour put in by you is an hour less for someone else. There are no rules. You can work on anything that fits your talents. Besides trimming, weeding and mulching, there are other opportunities to see what we can do to improve the garden areas on the southside of the building along the Great Room, Nursery, Office and Fireside Room windows. 

We will be pre-digging the hole for the “Promise Tree” that is to be planted on Sunday, May 22nd. The cedar fence that surrounds the storage area on the northeast corner of the Fellowship Hall could use a power wash/sanding and a coat (or 2) of stain as well. A real smorgasbord, something for everyone! Please bring your own tools. If you have room at home for yard waste, please bring your own containers, if not, we can just pile it on the ground by the storage area and I will haul it away. Thank you! - Property Committee

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Oasis for Youth 

May 19th

Visit their newly remolded space and join for a community celebration!

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Game Night - Mark your Calendar

May 20th 

The Faith Formation Team invites you to come and play games, meet your neighbors, share a snack, and win some prizes. More information next week.

When: Friday, May 20, 2022                     

Where: Fellowship Hall

Time: 6:00-8:30


Volunteer Appreciation Lunch – All Are Welcome!

Sunday – May 22nd following the 10 AM Worship

The kick-off of the year-long celebration of St. Luke’s 100th Anniversary is coming soon. You should have received an Evite. 

Please let us know of your plans to attend so that we may properly prepare for this kick-off celebration. Please click here to RSVP or contact the office.

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Wednesday Night Live

Wednesday Night Live dinner is being served at 5:30 PM in the Fellowship Hall. The meal costs $3.00, free for kindergarten or younger, $10.00 for a family of four or more. 

May 18th - Pizza

May 25th - Spring Celebration - Service Project - Sandwich Making for 363 Ministries followed by a Cookout and Games

Children's Ministry, Confirmation/Peer Ministry, Adult Education, Preschool/Parent Ministry begins at 6:00 PM.

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Devotions - 3 Options

1. God Pause (online daily devotions)

2. Gospel of John John 21:15-20

3. Bible Studies:

  • Women's Bible Study, Mondays, 9-10 AM in the Fireside Room.
  • Wednesday Night Study, 6-7 PM in the Great Room

If these times don't work and you would like to be in a small group in person or online, contact Rob at rob@stlukesbloomington.orgor 952-881-5801

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St. Luke's Preschool

End of Year Party and Graduation

Thursday, May 26th - Concert at 9:45 AM

You are invited to join us for a celebration of our preschoolers and soon to be Kindergartners. Join us as we sing the songs from the year and view a slideshow in the Sanctuary. We will head outside for treats and fun following the program (if weather permits). Otherwise, we will meet in the Fellowship Hall.


Softball Games

Come cheer on the Men's Softball Team!

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May 17th - 9:15 pm

May 24th - 8:15 pm

May 31st - no game

June 7th - 6:15 pm

June 14th - 7:15 pm

June 21st - 7:15 pm

June 28th - 9:15 pm

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Summer Sign-ups

Summer will be here before you know it. It is time to start making plans now! Sign-up sheets are available in the Narthex.

High School Mission Trip to the Boundary Waters (8th-12th grade) - June 19-25 Contact Rob

St. Luke's Vacation Bible School - June 27-30 Contact Emily

Camp Wapo - Youth Camp (4th-12th grade) - July10-15

Camp Wapo - Seeds Camp (1st -3rd grade) - July 15-17

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Altar Flowers - 2022

Altar Flowers Today

Given by:


Mark Bergherr

In memory of my mom, Rose,

on what would have been her 92nd birthday.

If you would like to order altar flowers for 2022, the cost is $40.00. Please sign up on the Altar Flower board in the Narthex. If you have any questions, please contact Bette Gamboni at 952-888-8317 or


Mission Quilters Group

Our goal is to make 100 quilts for our 100th anniversary. Anyone interested in helping with the quilts is invited to come. Any questions, please call Janet Lyson at 952-884-9475. Another way to help is to meet with Diane Anderson and help sew quilts, any questions, please call her at 952-888-4538. Hope to see you there. 

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Prayer Requests

This Week

We continue to hold our family members and friends in prayer. We appreciate any updates you can provide

-Please pray that my job situation gets better. - Carolyn Olsen

-Prayers for Kerry Kollodge and her family on the death her sister. May she given strength and comfort at this difficult time trusting in the promise.

-Prayers for the family of Laurie (Yost) Anderson on the death of her husband Tom.

-Prayers for Shirley Elliot and family on the death of her sister.

-Prayers for our niece who has skin cancer (melanoma). She has been hospitalized with heart issues. -The Lysons

-Prayers for Allan Johnson who is hospitalized with Covid. - Linda Johnson

-Prayers for Roger Lyson who is hospitalized with Covid. - Janet Lyson

-Prayers for Judy Ludwigson and family on the death of her brother, Ken. I’m heartbroken but know he resting in the loving arms of Jesus and with our dad, mom, and our infant brother, Daryl as well as all our other relatives. And, that is so very comforting. We know he is not suffering anymore. - Judy Ludwigson

Updated prayers:

-Prayers of gratitude that Emily, my son's girlfriend, who is in remission from her cancer. - Cheryl Thiele

Continued prayers:

-Please continue your healing prayers for our family members (my brother-in-law, Chuck; my nephew, Andrew; and Steve’s sister, Janis). We are forever grateful for your prayers. -  Judy Ludwigson

-Prayers for strength and healing for my cousin Sandra who has acute leukemia. - Pamela Trutnau

-Prayers for my mother, Natsy, who had hip surgery. - David Roudebush

-Prayers for healing for all who have Covid. - Laurie Blanchard

-Prayers for upcoming cataract surgery to go successfully. - Carolyn Olsen

-We have finished another interim ministry and will be doing some traveling for the next three months. During this time, we are prayerfully discerning God's leading for our next chapter. - Steve and Diane Olson

-Prayers for my friend, Cindy, who is in transitional care dealing with multiple health issues. - Karen Glen

-Prayers for Stan Folie who is in assisted living. 

-Prayers for Sylvia Monson for a quick recovery from a fall and for her strength during cancer treatment.

-Prayers for baby Addie who had a liver transplant. - Paul and Beth Angerhofer

-Thanksgiving for the wonderful gift we were given through Jesus. - Judy & Dick Sandeen

-Prayers for peace in heart, mind and soul and for joyfulness for our country and the world to come together in love, especially in Ukraine.

-Prayers for our friend Barb's husband who has had prostate surgery at Mayo. We are anxiously awaiting for the pathology report and next steps. - Craig Brandt & Kim Gaslin

-Continued prayers for Dee "Wondra-ful's" daughter, Deb who is improving. Thanks to the power of prayer - it's working. - Diane Aga

-Prayers for Diethard Bergk who had surgery to remove an infection in his side.

-Prayers for the family of Rose Marie Bergherr who passed away on March 31st.

-Prayers for my cousin Marcel for healing from a medical issue. - Julie Schroeder

-Prayers for my cousin Mitch for answers to health issues. - Julie Schroeder

-Prayers for unbelievers to turn towards Jesus. - Julie Schroeder

-Prayers for Pam Trutnau who has nerve pain in her arm and recovering from a fractured wrist.

-Please pray for my wife, Carol Larson, who is in transitional care at Martin Luther Manor. - Merlin Larson

-Prayers for Sisto Chandni Sukhram Apannah who has been hospitalized and is now home recovering.

-Prayers for 6 year old Kenzie who had open heart surgery for the 4th time and is now home recovering. - Laurie Blanchard

-Prayers for those individuals who are lost and need to find Christ.

-Prayers for the poor, weak, arrogant and all sinners.

-Karen Glenn's mom fell and broke her hip. Prayers for Karen and her sister as they care for their Mom.

-Prayers for our brother-in-law who has prostate cancer. - The Lysons

-Please pray for help in finding a used car for my Mom. Her current car is on its last leg. I pray we find a reasonable car to buy so she is able to continue to drive as long as possible. - Michelle Sundet

-Prayers for my friend's great-grandson, Arthur, who is hospitalized with a respiratory illness and cancer. - Janet & Roger Lyson

-Prayers for Richard, that he'll meet more people in his new community and get more involved. - Jane Nechville

-Prayers for my sister, Nancy, as she goes through treatment of Stage 4 cancer. - Lori Murray

-I thank the Lord for healing my daughter, Pam, from Covid. Continued prayers for some personal problems in her life. - Smacky

-Prayers coveted for my family - Eric, Carl, Rita and Paul. - Rolf Shervey

-Continued prayers for my sister-in-law, Donna, who is receiving treatment for amyloidosis and multiple myeloma. Her health has been improving. Please pray for my brother, Joe, as he deals with his health issues and caring for Donna. - Julie Klein

-Prayers for our friends who need God's healing touch (Mike, Ken, Randy and Larry) - Laurie Blanchard

-Prayers for families and children to come to St. Luke's in abundance. For those uncertain in their faith to open their heart to the Lord. Pray for communities to come together in love, kindness, open mindedness and joy and for leadership for our country. - Julie Schroeder

-Prayers of thanksgiving for Terry DeSchepper who had a liver transplant. Prayers for recovery from the surgery and also prayers for the family who lost a loved one. -Brenda DeSchepper

-The surge seems to be lessening, but the pandemic still needs our prayers - Jane Ekerberg

-Prayers for Pastor Rob for a complete recovery from surgery. 

-Prayerfully remember friends and family of those who have committed suicide. Acknowledge the pain that they felt and the pain they have left behind. - Craig Brandt & Kim Gaslin

-Prayers for grandparents raising their grandchildren. Give them strength and insight to the needs of these children. - Craig Brandt & Kim Gaslin

-Prayers that my granddaughter connects with a doctor for her medical issues. - Smacky

-Prayers for strength and balance for our son, Michael. - Ron & Rita Minsaas

-Prayers for Ron who is undergoing treatments for Parkinsons and for Rita for her breathing issues. 

-Continued prayers for Allan Johnson whose legs are improving, but not completely healing and still in constant pain. - Linda Johnson

-My back is stable because of the prayers and my exercise regime! - Jane Ekerberg 

-Prayers for continued healing and renewed health for both Tom and me. Tom has a hard time breathing and goes to rehab for that. Ongoing prayers for health and medications that will help me with my pain management. - Jackie Wakely

-Prayers for our granddaughter who is struggling with her mental health. - Cindy Dierschell

-Prayers for Warren Carpenter's granddaughter, Carly, suffering from GI pain issues.

-Prayers for those dealing with anxiety and depression. 

-Prayers for our deployed service men and women. 

-Prayers for the sick and homeless.

-Prayers of thanksgiving for our wonderful congregation and all of the things they do (large and small) to make the world a more loving and beautiful place.

To submit a prayer request, please contact the office: 952-881-5801 or


St. Luke's Lutheran Church

1701 W Old Shakopee Road, Bloomington, 55431

952.881.5801 or

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Psalm 27:1

The LORD is my light and my salvation; whom shall I fear?

The LORD is the stronghold of my life; of whom shall I be afraid?

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