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Resturant Rovers invade Toby's
February 2002

Anyone Hungry?

The resturant rovers had their last meeting before Great Lent starts at Toby's Resturant in Palos Heights. The number in attendence is growing and there was great food and great company. This is another great way to bring St. Luke parish and it's people more into the center of our lives. The next meeting will most likely be in May after Lent and Pascha and will mostly likely be held at a local Egyptian resturant. The cost of dinner usually ranges from 10.00 to 20.00 per person. Please consider coming out and spending a couple of hours of food and fun.


House Blessings
February 2002

Family participates in house blessing

Father Andrew is making the rounds of all the parishioners to bless their houses. This is a wonderful opportunity not only to invite Christ into your home and ask for his protection and blessings, but also to make a statement that our church life is not limited to only Sunday, but is part of our daily lives as well. Please sign up for an appointment with Father Andrew if you have not already.


Bible Study Underway Again
February 2002

Bible Study in Session

Bible Study classes are once again under way in the parish homes. As Lent approaches it is a great way to help us focus on our spiritual lives. Please check the bulletin for times and places for these bible study sessions and make a committment to attend.


Growing in More Ways Than One
February 2002

A new front of the church Brickwork continues Brickwork continues

Chicago Christian High School Visits St. Luke
February 2002

Students visit St. Luke

Chicago Christian High School visited St. Luke despite the confusion due to our on going construction. Mrs. Visser's History of Religion class made a field trip and Father Andrew gave a presentation concerning our Orthodox history and traditions. We thank them for their visit and their interest and hope to see more classes in the future.


Brick by Brick
February 2002

The building is starting to move upwards. The new front is under construction. Our construction workers at the grind

Junior Olympic Team Begins Training
February 2002

The team gathers for training. Look at her go!

The Junior Olympics team lead by Chuck Bern begins training with cross country skiing. The team met at the Saginaw camp ground in the Forest Preserve on Sunday. Some members of the team needed a lot of help. New recruits were being tested. Other training outings are planned to get the team in shape for the May Junior Olympics. Afterward they gathered for Pizza to discuss progress.


Adult Baptism
February 3rd 2002

Laura now Anna Paris was baptized at St. Luke. This was the first of three upcoming adult baptisms Fr. Andrew Anointing Anna with the Oil of Gladness and her sponsor Lynn Betsanes holding back her hair. Fr. Andrew reading Baptismal prayers.

There was an Adult Baptism of Anna Paris at St. Luke.


Choir Goes Victorian
February 2002

The choir sang at the Victorian Village Assisted Living Center.

The St. Luke choir paid a visit to the elderly and sang an assortment of hymns and carols for the Christmas services they were invited back to sing again after Pascha.


Look Who's in the Basement Already
February 2002

The new basement begins to take shape. The new basement begins to take shape.

Construction continued with the placement of the first floor. Sections of prestressed concrete were placed and will be topped with 2 inches of concrete.

The inside of the new basement. Father Andrew stands in the new church basement.