Dinner & Doctrine

Our next Dinner & Doctrine will be Wednesday, December 3rdMatt Fradd will be speaking on Baptism and Confirmation.  The Men of St. Luke will be hosting a Lasagna Dinner.  Parishioners are asked to bring salad, bread, or dessert.  Babysitting will be provided.  For our full list of topics and speakers, click here.

For Your Marriage

NPIM_FINAL_LOGOWe will meet at 6:30pm Wednesday, December 10thfor a potluck dinner followed by a social hour.  Couples of all ages are welcome!  Couples with last names A-K are asked to bring a dessert or bread; last names L-Z are asked to bring a side or salad.  Babysitting will be provided.  This will be our only December meeting.       Continue reading

Gospel of John Bible Study

Gospel_of_JohnYou’re cordially invited to take part in our continuing study of the beautiful, powerful, profound account of Our Lord’s life written by St. John, the “beloved disciple.”  Join us in study, fellowship, and prayer led by Dr. Paul Thigpen.  We’ll meet from 9:15am to 10:30am in Room 103 of the Parish Hall basement.  Coffee and light breakfast snacks will be served.

UNG Students!

All UNG Students are invited to join us for our Catholic Student Club.  We meet every Thursday evening and gather in the College Room in the church’s Admin Building at 129 Hawkins St. (right behind the church) from 7:30-9:00pm for food, praise and worship, and an inspirational talk.  Join our Facebook page to keep up with what is going on. Keyword: UNG Catholic.

NFP Awareness

Each year, the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops sponsors a “Natural Family Planning Awareness Week” to promote an awareness of Natural Family Planning (NFP) and to mark the anniversary of Pope Paul VI’s 1968 encyclical letter, Humanae Vitae, on the dignity of marriage and the Church’s teaching on contraception and sterilization. The theme this year is: “Natural Family Planning: It’s Worth It. Join the Revolution!” Continue reading

Who Are Catechists?

Pope Francis answered this question saying, “They are people who keep the memory of God alive; they keep it alive in themselves and they are able to revive it in others. This is something beautiful.”  If you feel the call, our St. Luke children would love to have you for their catechist!  NO EXPERIENCE IS NECESSARY!  We will assist you in all that you need!  Class times are Sunday mornings, 9:15 until 10:30 am, from September – May.  We have needs from 1st through 8th grades. Call or email our DRE, Kelley Peffer, for more information.