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October

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Book Club And A Birthday

Scene from Book Club And A Birthday.

Our book club ministry holds periodic meeeting to discuss books on a wide variety of topics. At this months meeting, they celebrated Karen's, birthday. "Many Years" to Karen, our Book Club Leader.

St. Luke Parish Feastday - Octoberfest

Scene from St. Luke Parish Feastday - Octoberfest.

This Sunday St. Luke Parish celebrated its Feastday with an Octoberfest celebration. Here Father Andrew blesses the meal.

Scene from St. Luke Parish Feastday - Octoberfest.

Parishioners enjoy a German Style meal.

Scene from St. Luke Parish Feastday - Octoberfest.

Scene from Feastday Celebration.

Scene from St. Luke Parish Feastday - Octoberfest.

Scene from Feastday Celebration.

Scene from St. Luke Parish Feastday - Octoberfest.

Scene from Feastday Celebration.

Scene from St. Luke Parish Feastday - Octoberfest.

Our thanks to all who worked so hard to provide us with our feastday celebration.

St. Luke Parish Represented At PASS Banquet

Scene from St. Luke Parish Represented At PASS Banquet.

Pregnancy Assistance South Suburban (PASS) is one of the charitable organizations St. Luke has supported for over 16 years.

Our Church School

Scene from Our Church School.

Group Photo.

Scene from Our Church School.

Toddler class - Teacher Pat.

Scene from Our Church School.

First & Second - Teacher Cheryl.

Scene from Our Church School.

Third & Fourth - Teacher Maria.

Scene from Our Church School.

Fifth & Sixth - Teacher Lynn.

Scene from Our Church School.

Seventh & Eight - Teacher Aristea.

Scene from Our Church School.

High school. - Teachers John and Theo.

Children's Sermon For October

Scene from Children's Sermon For October.

The children's sermon this month was about getting rid of bad habits. Father showed dry leaves as examples."Just like autumn leaves must be raked so bad habits must be removed." The bible verse was ".....present your bodies living sacrifices,holy and acceptable to God"...... Roman 12:1

Garden Center Visit For October

Scene from Garden Center Visit For October.

Fr. Andrew started his visit with a story about St. Dorothy. Young Dorothy's mother and father were martyred and she was given to two women who treated her cruelly in an effort to break her faith. But she refused to worship idols and was therefore sentenced to death by the governor. St. Dorothy, which means "Gift of God," is the patron saint of brides, florists and gardeners. Her feast day is February 6th.

Scene from Garden Center Visit For October.

Fr. Andrew held up a dried leaf and said how all the falling leaves that cover the ground, kill the grass, unless they are removed. Our bad habits also can be harmful, to ourselves and to others, and so we should try to remove them from our behavior.

Scene from Garden Center Visit For October.

Conversation, accompanied with juice and pretzels ended a pleasant visit.

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