St. Luke's News

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May 24: Don't Fry Day

Did you know that this Friday, May 24, is known as “Don’t Fry Day?” The Friday before Memorial Day weekend is called this to bring awareness about preventing skin cancer, especially as all prepare for summer and trips outdoors, to the beaches, in the pools…all places where the sun’s rays are intensified. So…how to help prevent skin damage? The National Council on Skin Cancer Prevention recommends these methods: Slip….Slop…Slap®…and Wrap! Slip on a shirt Slop on some sunscreen (with an SPF of at least 30) Slap on a wide-brimmed hat, and Wrap on some sunglasses! Other protection methods recommended include: Do not burn or tan—avoid intentional tanning and tanning beds, as ultraviolet light fro

July 5: Movies at Main

Please join the St. Luke's Young Adult Ministry at the Main Library for "Movies on the Plaza," a free, family-friendly film series. Let's make a St. Luke's huddle of lawn chairs and/or blankets and watch the final film in the series... Frozen on July 5! Shows start at 7 pm. See you there!

May 13: Holy Land Pilgrimage Presentation

Mark your calendar for 7 pm on May 13! St. Luke's is hosting a special presentation by Fr. Rob Courtney, rector of St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Lakeview. Fr. Courtney is organizing a diocesan pilgrimage to the Holy Land in 2020, a journey he has undertaken four times, three as a pilgrimage director. He has a passion for this pilgrimage's capacity to open people's hearts and minds to Jesus Christ in new and transformative ways. Our own Fr. Chris will also briefly share reflections from his 2014 trip to the Holy Land. Even if you can't make the 2020 pilgrimage, please join us on May 13 to "travel vicariously" through photos and stories. This event is open to all, so bring a friend! 7 pm in P

June 1: Outreach with CAAWS

The Capital Area Animal Welfare Society is organizing a visit to Carrington Place Nursing Home on June 1. Dogs who are vaccinated, leash-trained, and gentle with people and other animals are invited to the nursing home to bring cheer and comfort to the residents there. Bring your best pup and meet at the nursing home at 9:45 am. 8225 Summa Avenue. Questions? Contact Mary Leteff:


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