This Sunday we begin the cycle of the Gospel readings from the Gospel of Luke. On Oct. 18, we celebrate the Feast Day of St. Luke, patron of our Church. Join us in the study of the Gospel of Luke, as we give thanks to God for our patron and for us intercession on our behalf.
The icon above is written from the hand of one of our parishioners, Cathy Paxton. A similar one was given to His Grace, Bishop BASIL, at our temple consecration last year, in thanksgiving for his leadership to us over the years.
Fr. David is teaching the adult class, using in part the book, In the Heart of the Desert, the Spirituality of the Desert Fathers and Mothers, by Fr. John Chryssavgis. Copies of the book are available in our bookstore.
We are happy to announce that we have partnered with MOPS to have a new group of Mothers of Pre-schoolers at St. Luke's.
Our first meeting is Sept. 17, 9:30a. We plan to have monthly meetings every 3rd Wednesday. There will be child care provided, followed by food, an inspirational DVD presentation, discussion, and a craft. It will be nice. Help us spread the invitation to moms in our area - all are welcome to attend.
MOPS website provides more information:
The mission of St. Luke Orthodox Christian Church is to be a beacon of Orthodox Christian spiritual life in Erie, eastern Boulder County, and the northern Denver metropolitan area. We strive together to live our Orthodox Christian Faith in a healthy way that forms Christian character, by participating regularly in the services, prayers, disciplines, and Sacraments of the Holy Orthodox Church. The community of St. Luke calls all people to Christ in His Church. We share the joy of Christ in our lives with those around us, educating people about the truth of this ancient faith in the Holy Trinity. We offer the love of Christ to those in need, in both word and action.
We welcome you to visit our parish to experience and learn about us. Orthodox Christianity has remained faithful to its roots that go back to the churches established by the Apostles, in the Holy Land, Greece, and beyond. Our mother Church of Antioch was a major city mentioned in the Bible. The Orthodox Church humbly claims to be the same Church of Christ from those ancient times, the Church in all of the fullness that Christ established.
If you have any questions, please feel free to call Fr. David at 303-665-4013 or email him at: email@example.com. We invite you, also, to join us at one of our services or events listed at the left.