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News & Events

Sunday School?

Sunday school for children in pre-kindergarten through 6th grade will resume depending on needs and attendance.  Please contact Pastor Laura if you have questions about this.  We have established a Kids' Nook at the rear of the church sanctuary so that children who need to move around a bit, enjoy toys, coloring, crafts, etc. may do so during the worship service.


We have resumed in-person worship St. Luke's and continue to follow CDC guidelines, and will make changes if needed, following the recommendations of the CDC and Bishop Miller.  We have suspended regular livestreaming our worship services to Zoom and Facebook Live, and we encourage everyone to worship in person.  We celebrate Holy Communion on most Sundays.  Please contact us if you need any additional information about these things, or to request an invitation to worship events by email.

Pasta Night

On Friday, February 9 Pastor Laura will teach interested persons how to make delicious homemade pasta, using her mother's recipe.  Our lesson will be followed by a wonderful Italian dinner, featuring our creation, for everyone to enjoy.  Reservations are necessary so that we can be sure to have enough food on hand.  Please call the church (607-563-1806) and let Rosey (or the church answering machine) know that you would like to attend.


Cycling Cherubs

We will resume our group rides on Sunday afternoons when warmer weather returns, probably late April or early May.  Typically, 3-6 people participate in each ride.  The length and difficulty of each route depends on the interests of those riding, and on the weather.  We are always happy to have others join us, whether or not you are a member of the church.  In hot summer weather, rides with ice cream stops are often preferred!  Please contact Chris at to let her know of your riding interests and to make sure you are on the email list for updates.

Days for Girls 

St. Luke's is now participating in Days for Girls, a world-wide, ecumenical mission project to provide girls (predominantly those in third world countries) with reusable feminine hygiene products so that they can continue to attend school during the days that they have their periods.  Without access to pads, girls stay home, fall behind in classes, and often eventually drop out.

The kits consist of a card showing how to chart the menstrual cycle, a wash cloth, soap, underwear, a waterproof pouch to hold soiled pads, reusable pads and a holder to attach them to the underwear, all in a pretty drawstring bag.  Quantities of 200 or more kits are sent to countries with groups of people (often including nurses) who hand-deliver them and provide the girls with much-needed reproductive education.


Creating the kits requires lots of cutting, sewing and other tasks for which volunteers are needed and appreciated.  We expect to schedule additional "work bees" to make more kits in the spring.  Check back for details after the first of the year, or call Becky Leidy at 563-2905. 

Pictures, Anyone?

Pictures of interest to the congregation may be posted in the Members Only section of the website.  If you have some that you would like to post, or need help viewing photos posted there, please speak to Chris Camann.

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