Donate Toothpaste to St. Elizabeth’s

October 27, 2022

Please help us to collect toothpaste for our communities in collaboration with other parishes throughout the Diocese! We need your help in order to be good stewards of health and wellness for our neighbors in need! Every tube of toothpaste can make a difference in the total that we are able to raise as a […]

Help With November Community Supper

October 27, 2022

We are pleased to announce that Meredith and Jamie Cough will be our chefs for the November 17 Community Thanksgiving Supper in the Lower Parish Hall starting at 5:30 PM – 7:30 PM. Reservations are required (email to hold your place, and seating is limited to 60 people.  Price is $5 per person CASH or […]

The Holiday Fair Needs Your Support

October 27, 2022

We have been so fortunate to receive many donations for our fair and many new faces have volunteered to give their time and talents to help make this year’s fair a success! How you can help: We still need donations of jewelry. Please take a basket from the upper hall to fill for our basket […]

All Saints Day; November 6th

October 27, 2022

Remembering the Faithful Departed: On November 6, we will pray for all those who have died since All Saints Day last year. If you have a name that you would like printed in the Sunday bulletin, please send it to by Monday, October 31. November 6 is a traditional day for Baptisms. If you are interested, please email Dean Shambaugh. Following the 10:00 service we will […]

St. Teresa of Avila

October 12, 2022

At our Tuesday service this week, we remembered St Teresa of Avila, in whose memory the Howard Gift was given and the Labyrinth was dedicated. Born in 1515, Teresa was a Carmelite nun, a mystic and author of spiritual classics, and the first woman to be declared a doctor of the church. A few life […]

St. Luke’s Day, October 16th

October 12, 2022

October 16 is our celebration of St. Luke’s Day. The scriptures mention Luke as a traveling companion of Paul, who referred to him as “my beloved Physician” and today’s letter from Timothy suggests that Luke stayed with Paul to care for him at the end of his life. Tradition says that Luke was also a […]

Spiritual Fitness. Spiritual Readiness. Spiritual Resilience.

October 6, 2022

-Written by the Very Rev. Benjamin A. Shambaugh, Dean of the Cathedral In my role as a United States Coast Guard chaplain, I am responsible for the spiritual fitness, readiness and resilience of the people in my care. You could say the same about my role as a priest. Like physical fitness spiritual fitness helps […]

Sermon of the Day: October 2, 2022 Proper 22C: Habakkuk 1:1-4, 2:1-4 , 2 Timothy 1:1-14 , Luke 17:5-10

October 5, 2022

As part of our “Sermon of the Day Blog” parishioners now have the ability to read and engage with reflections offered from the previous week’s service. To read Dean Shambaugh’s sermon from October 2nd, please select here.

Sermon of the Day: Proper 21C: Jeremiah 32:1-3a, 6-15; 1 Timothy 6:6-19; Luke 16:19-31 “God sees you”

September 28, 2022

As part of our new “Sermon of the Day Blog” parishioners now have the ability to read and engage with reflections offered from the previous week’s service. To read Dean Shambaugh’s sermon from September 25th, please select here. 

Global Warming is a Reality. The Situation is not Hopeless.

September 28, 2022

-By Sam Allen, St. Luke’s parishioner and member of Public Policy and Environmental Action Team (PPEAT) For the past three weeks, St. Luke’s has joined churches around the world celebrating the 2022 Season of Creation. We’ve celebrated God’s creation of our earth, its beauty and its diversity of life forms, and we’ve acknowledged that humanity […]

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