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Our Sunday Services start at 10 a.m.  Click here for the  Zoom link or to use your phone to listen to the Service. The password is Spirit.
 

The St. Luke Prayer List
Please contact Pastor Mark at (610) 525-2396 if you would like to have someone, a place, or a situation added to our Prayer List. The Pastor will include the list during the Sunday Service.
Although wind has damaged our flag, we are still a member of the Reconciling Ministries Network. Work continues on a windproof design so that we can return the flag to its place on the front of the building. Thanks for your patience.
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Please donate to St. Luke church. Your support is critical to our efforts! Please go to the St. Luke Donation page. 

Thank you!

June Services, Gatherings, and Information

 

Tuesday, June 11th, 7 pm on Zoom    Bible Study: Heroic Women of the Bible, the woman at the well.

Saturday, June 15th, 11:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. "Juneteenth Freedom Day" Celebrations   Our sister churches Mother Africa Zoar UMC in Philadelphia & St. Daniel’s UMC in Chester are observing Juneteenth with a day honoring African American freedom and honoring Father’s Day. Festivities will include BBQ and food trucks, music, and family activities. For more information, check out this flyer.

Wednesday, June 19th 7:00 p.m. via Zoom - Leadership Team Meeting

Tuesday, June 25, 2024, 7 pm on Zoom  Bible Study: Heroic Women of the  Bible, Mary Magdalene

Saturday, June 29, 2024, 5:30 p.m. Mission Link Potluck Dinner - Havertown, UMC

Please join with the congregations of Ardmore UMC and Havertown UMC in a Global Mission-themed potluck dinner hosted by Havertown UMC and the EPA-UMC Committee on Global Ministries.

 

Sunday, June 30, 2024, 7:00 p.m. Community Connections Concert  Join us for the second in the series of Community Connections concerts. This concert will feature our friend Marcell Bellinger and his band. More information is provided, below.

Reminder: The Friday 11 a.m. walks around Haverford College continue! The group meets at the visitor parking lot.

The St. Luke Community Connection Series Presents

An Evening of Jazz/Funk/Groove with
Dr. B's Groove
St. Luke Church, 568 Montgomery Ave, Bryn Mawr, PA presents the second in its 2024 series of "Community Connection" events on Sunday evening, June 30th at 7:00PM, with a performance by funk/jazz ensemble, Mr. B’s Groove, led by Philadelphia’s own Marcell Bellinger.

Formed in 2013, Dr. B's Groove is an
eight-piece instrumental R&B group that skillfully creates a powerful blend of funk and jazz that makes it almost impossible not to want to get up and move.

Members include Red Thunder (Trombone), The Barron. (Tenor), T Bone (Alto), Two Soxx (Trumpet/Flugelhorn), The Professor (Bass), El Gato (Drums), Greg K. (Guitar) and Marcell B. (Trumpet/Flugelhorn, piano, compositions).

Originally a seven-piece funk styled band, based on Temple University’s Philadelphia campus—the ensemble was a vehicle for Temple Music professor, Marcell Bellinger, to give voice to his own compositions. It quickly grew to become a tight, versatile, musical unit, and through gigs at local clubs in Philadelphia, the band found unanimous acclaim. As word spread of their impressive, energetic performances, a dedicated following of funk and jazz enthusiasts grew. Compositionally solid, musically inspiring, and “a blast” to experience live, the band has been recruited by schools in and around the Philadelphia area to perform at various events that have earned them an even wider following.

 

St. Luke UMC presents an evening of funk and jazz with Mr. B’s Groove, Sunday, June 30th at 7:00PM at 568 Montgomery Avenue in Bryn Mawr, PA. Doors will open at 6:30 PM. Tickets are $15 in advance, $20 at the door, with all proceeds being turned over to the compensation for the artists and donations to humanitarian causes via Humanitix. Tickets can be purchased using the link below. We look forward to seeing you there!     

St. Luke long time member Alice Dimler; From the Pastor:

 I am sad to report that Alice Dimler, a long-time member of St. Luke UMC passed away on May 8, 2024. Many St. Luke members may recall that Alice served as a Communion Steward with Connie Borum for many decades and that Alice faithfully attended the Tuesday Women’s group for many decades as well. Alice fully participated in the life of St. Luke UMC and her faithfulness to the St. Luke community is without parallel.

 

I have been in touch with Alice Dimler’s family and it is my hope that we can have a fitting Memorial Service for Alice at St. Luke UMC in the near future. I have also invited former pastor David Tatgenhorst to participate in the Memorial Service. Future details will be forthcoming as a service Alice Dimler develops. I will keep you all posted.

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Church picnic - Noni, Shirley, Alice, Connie
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Pastor Mark's Ordination, May 21st
St. Luke members and friends congratulate Pastor Mark Salvacion on his ordination May 21st.
Click here to see the Eastern Pennsylvania Annual Conference Recap.
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St. Luke members, friends, and the pastor participate in the University of Pennsylvania's Toll the Bell to remember all those lost to gun violence in Montgomery County.
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It is our sincere desire that you will experience the very presence of the Living God in the words we speak, the music we sing, the love we share, and the community we form.

 

Our Sunday morning service is full of joy and connection. We welcome ALL people, nurturing faith in the Living God, and inspiring action for the transformation of the world.

We celebrate the gift of diversity of race, ethnicity, belief, sexual orientation, gender identity, physical and mental ability. We strive to be a living expression of the love extended through Christ.

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