Buy A Hannaford Bag to Support St. Luke’s Food Pantry

October 27, 2022

We are participating in the Hannaford Bag Tag Program Purchase a $2.50 reusable Community or Fight Hunger Bag at any Hannaford Store and use the attached giving tag to direct a 1$ donation to our pantry!

Reflection on Diocesan Convention from Dean Shambaugh

October 27, 2022

-The Very Rev. Benjamin A. Shambaugh, Dean The Annual Convention of the Diocese of Maine was held last Saturday. Delegates from congregations across the state gathered on zoom to worship, pass resolutions, approve a budget, elect positions, and hear the bishop’s address.  Resolutions were passed on Evangelism, on Deacons, on Indigenous Sovereignty, on repentance for […]

Stewardship Campaign 2023

October 27, 2022

Greetings from your Stewardship Committee! It’s fall, St. Luke’s has had its Start Up Sunday, and a new school year has begun. That means we look ahead to the beginning of a new annual Stewardship Campaign for St. Luke’s Cathedral for 2023. This Campaign is an essential part of maintaining St. Luke’s financial health and enables it […]

PPEAT Eco-Tips

October 27, 2022

The recently passed Inflation Reduction Act offers a number of initiatives for changing from fossil fuel usage to electricity and renewable energy. The website  www.rewiringamerica.org is an excellent guide to these federal incentives. In addition to these federal opportunities, Efficiency Maine gives rebates for insulation, heat pump installation, and electric as well as hybrid vehicles. See www.efficiencymaine.com […]

Stewardship as we travel onward: By John Bancroft

October 27, 2022

Travel in colonial times was hazardous. Ruts and potholes broke axles, damaged cargo and bruised passengers. Then around 1820 J L Macadam, a Scotsman in England, developed a better way to build roads. The roadbed was based on stones the size of large eggs. A layer of stones the size of cherries and a final […]

Altar Guild Polishing Party

October 27, 2022

Please join the Altar Guild’s upcoming polishing party on Saturday, November 19th, between 9am to 12pm. It has been over two years since we have been able to invite the parish to join us in making the church sparkle at Christmas! There is much work to do and it will be a wonderful opportunity to […]

Public Policy and Environmental Action Team and Maine Leage of Women Voters

October 27, 2022

Are you concerned about our state, our country, the world today? November 8th, Election Day, is your opportunity to make a difference by making your voice heard. Find non-partisan information about voting (supplied by the League of Women Voters) in the church entrance near the upper hall. Learn how you can find out about your local […]

Try on the Cathedral Choir!

October 27, 2022

We would like to thank all who have joined our Cathedral choir in the last few weeks. We are still looking for new singers! Rehearsals are held on Thursdays from 7-9 PM, in the choir room in the undercroft. Enter through the doors off the parking lot (from Park St.). Fear not: Your showing up […]

Greater Portland Family Promise Seeking Volunteers

October 27, 2022

St. Luke’s is proud to be part of Greater Portland Family Promise and we need your help! In 2017, COVID necessitated a change from the Family Promise rotational shelter model to a system of family sponsorship within our interfaith community. Since that time, St. Luke’s has sponsored two families, assisting them with a variety of […]

A Christian Life of Faith: Signs and Thresholds Along the Way

October 27, 2022

So much of what we do at St. Luke’s is designed to help others. What about nurturing and exploring our own spiritual lives? What about our questions and struggles of faith, our relationship (or not) with God? Dean Shambaugh is leading a Sunday morning class called “A Christian Life of Faith: Signs and Thresholds Along […]

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