1400 Market St.
Williamsport, PA 17701
Regular Worship Hours
8 a.m. Chapel Service
9:15 a.m. Sunday School
(classes for 3 year olds to adults)
10:30 a.m. Sunday Worship
M, T – 9 AM to 12 noon, 1 to 3 PM
W, Th, F – 9 AM to 12 Noon
What Lutherans Believe
Through his ministry,
death and resurrection, Christ has saved us from "sin, death, and
the power of the devil." God's gift of faith in Christ's saving
power makes that saving power effective for us. In joy and freedom,
we respond to God's grace with praise and thankful service.
NEWS - WEEK BEGINNING March 29
Monday: Boy Scouts Dinner Bell Hall 5-10:00PM
Thursday: No Bible study 12noon, Maundy Thursday Service7:00PM
Friday: Pastor Aurand preaches at the community Good Friday 12- 3PM service of worship at St. Mark’s Lutheran Church, 142 Market St., Williamsport., St Luke’s Good Friday Service 7:00PM
NEXT SUNDAY: The Resurrection of Our Lord 7:00 AM – Worship with Holy Communion Easter Sunrise Breakfast 8:00AM-9:30AM in Bell Hall 9:15 AM – Children’s Easter Egg Hunt, Easter Story and craft 10:30 AM –Worship with Holy Communion
A MEMORIAL SERVICE for Dr. Kenneth Raessler will be held at St. Luke this afternoon of Sunday, March 29th. The Rev. Andy France will conduct the service, which is open to the public and begins at 4PM.
GOOD FRIDAY Pastor Aurand preaches at the community Good Friday 12-3PM service of worship at St. Mark’s Lutheran Church, 142 Market St., Williamsport. She leads the section on Jesus and the Three Marys which takes place at 1:15 PM. You are free to enter and depart during this service whenever you deem best. If you are there at the start, you have a choice of walking through downtown Williamsport, stopping at corners to remember the stations of the cross or remaining in the sanctuary, where you will hear a lesson from Isaiah 53 and a “Bidding Prayer.” The service is a way to mark the solemn moment of Jesus’ death on the cross at the traditional hour of his death.
PRE-SCHOOL FLOWER SALE Mother's Day Flower Sale order forms will be available in April. Flowers will be picked up on May 4th, 2015. We appreciate your support. Think Spring!!!
UNITED CHURCHES’ FOOD PANTRY Some of you are wondering how to contribute to the United Churches' Food Pantry, following last Sunday's Lenten Temple Talk by Gail Burkhart. The food crate by the Education unit side door is an easy way to contribute food, which is delivered to the pantry by St. Luke volunteer Jim Labenberg. Monetary donations may be made by writing a check to United Churches of Lycoming County, with the words "Food Pantry" on the memo line. We thank you for responding in love to God's graciousness.
THE SEW-FINE QUILTERS Please join us for our next quilting day Monday, April 6th in Bell Hall from 9:00 to 3:00.The Church office will be closed, please use the Bell Hall doors.
EDUCATION Save those Labels for Education and Box Tops for Education found on Campbell’s products and General Mills products and many more. They are sent to the Rock Point Lutheran Indian School in Arizona where they are used to purchase vans, computers, and other educational materials. The collection boxes are located above the West Hall coat racks.
HOLY WEEK WORSHIP Thursday, April 2, Maundy Thursday – 7:00 PM Friday, April 3, Good Friday – 7:00 PM Sunday, April 5, The Resurrection of Our Lord – 7:00AM service 8:00AM Breakfast followed by a 9:15AM Egg Hunt & 10:30 AM service