October 27, 2019 Traditional Worship Guide

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Making room for what matters

October 27, 2019

welcome CONNECT HERE Stop by the Connect Here booth outside of the Sanctuary or Chapel for information on small groups, classes and ways to serve. PRAYER CONCERNS Share prayer concerns on the Prayer Request cards in your pew pockets and place them in the offering plate – or find the “Prayer Request” link at stlukesumc.com. Pastors are available for prayer after each service. HOSPITALIZED? HAVE A NEW BABY? Call Laura Marine at 317-846-3404 or send an email to stlukescares@ stlukesumc.com, so we can care for you. If you have a medical emergency after hours and need a pastor, call the church office and follow instructions.

CONNECTIONS GIFT & BOOKSTORE HOURS Sunday 8:30AM – 12:30PM; Tuesday & Wednesday, 9:30AM – 1PM RESTLESS CHILD AREA Enjoy our live services at the east end of the Gathering Area or in the Central Passage, if your child needs a break during worship. PARENTS OF YOUNG CHILDREN We provide nursery and Sunday School for newborns through 4th-graders. Register in the East Passage. Activity kits are at the Welcome Center for children in worship. Live-streaming of worship is available for nursing moms in E126. YOUNG ADULTS Join us for coffee & cookies outside the Chapel at 10:30AM or noon. YOUTH PROGRAMMING 5th - 8th Grade: Sundays, 9:30AM at the Lodge. At 11AM, Middle School Music Ministry in the Lodge. For more information or to register, contact Heather; kenisonh@stlukesumc.com 9th-12th Grade: Sundays, 9AM the Hub located in C124 inside Door 15. Students will attend 9:30 services together. To sign up for Small Groups, contact Travis; bannont@stlukesumc.com. LEARN MORE For more information about activities, pick up a copy of our Fall Ministry Catalog or visit stlukesumc.com. CONTACT US 100 West 86th Street, Indianapolis, IN 46260 stlukesumc.com | 317-846-3404 | info@stlukesumc.com PASTORAL STAFF Rev. Rob Fuquay, Senior Pastor Rev. Eric Burton-Krieger, Executive Pastor Rev. Jevon Caldwell-Gross, Teaching & Guest Experience Pastor Rev. Nicole Caldwell-Gross, Pastor of Mobilization & Outreach Rev. Regina Proctor, Pastor of Care Ministries Pastors in Formation: Kevin Davis • Mindie Moore

We’re Glad You’re Here!

Thank you for signing the attendance pad with at least one piece of contact information when it is passed. New guests: learn more about us in our “New Here” brochure in the worship attendance folders and stop at the Welcome Center for a gift. Be sure to join us across from the sanctuary after worship for coffee and donuts.

order of worship S U N D AY, O C T O B E R 2 7, 2 0 19


We Gather Together | arr. Joel Raney Wesleyan Ringers; Rebecca Holt, Director


Great Is Thy Faithfulness | No. 140


Mindie Moore A Statement of Faith of the Korean Methodist Church, adpt. Leader: Where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is the one true church, apostolic and universal, whose holy faith let us now declare: All: We believe in the one God, maker and ruler of all things, the source of all goodness and beauty, all truth and love. We believe in Jesus Christ, God manifest in the flesh, our teacher, example and Redeemer, the Savior of the world. We believe in the Holy Spirit, God present with us for guidance, for comfort and for strength. We believe in the forgiveness of sins, in the life of love and prayer and in grace equal to every need. We believe in the Word of God contained in the Old and New Testaments as the sufficient rule both of faith and of practice. We believe in the Church as the fellowship, for worship and for service, of all who are united to the living Lord. We believe in the kingdom of God as the divine rule in human society, in the final triumph of righteousness and in the life everlasting. Amen. In October, Habitat for Humanity invites you to volunteer in the Mapleton/Fall Creek neighborhood alongside the homebuyer, Shanda, for interior and exterior painting projects. Fri.–Sunday, October 18–26. Sign up at http:// vhub.at/stlukesumc. SAWs is a faith-based nonprofit providing independence and dignity to low-income persons with a permanent disability. ADA-compliant wheelchair ramps are constructed and provided at no cost to clients, enabling them to exit their home independently and reconnect with their community. Volunteers give freedom to someone who has been trapped in their home. Register at sawsramps.org to experience it yourself.

To donate, text STLUKESUMC to 77977


Congregational Response: Welcome into the membership of St. Luke’s United Methodist Church. With you, we affirm our faith in God through Jesus Christ and vow to support this congregation by our prayers, presence, gifts, service, and witness. Ryan Berdel Linda Hidding Dan and Annette Kahlenberg Elizabeth Lerch


Gather Us In | arr. Lloyd Larson Dr. Jeff Rogers, Soloist; Melody Niquette, Flute (8:15AM) Chancel Choir; Dr. Jeff Rogers, Director; Melody Niquette, Flute (9:30 & 11AM)


Our Father who art in heaven, hallowed be thy name. Thy kingdom come, thy will be done on earth, as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread. And forgive us our trespasses, as we forgive those who trespass against us. And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil: For thine is the kingdom, and the power and the glory forever. Amen.


Hope Eternal | Cynthia Dobrinski Wesleyan Ringers; Melody Niquette, Flute

* PRAISE to GOD | No. 95 * PRAYER of DEDICATION SCRIPTURE READING | Luke 6:32-36 Mary Eckard (8:15AM) Gustanna Moss-Chaney (9:30AM) Jim Keating (11AM)

MESSAGE | Margins of Grace

Rev. Rob Fuquay (8:15 & 9:30AM) Rev. Jevon Caldwell-Gross (11AM)


On Christ the Solid Rock I Stand Judy Williams, organ (8:15AM) Toccata and Fugue in D Minor | J.S. Bach Michael Conley, organ (9:30 & 11AM)

* standing, as able

joys & concerns ALTAR FLOWERS: Given in celebration of Jo Zehr’s 90th birthday, from her family.

CONDOLENCES TO: Buddy and Martha Hennessey on the death of her mother JoAnn Kreisle-Duran Kathy and Amy Allen on the death of Kathy’s husband Jeff Allen Connie Applegate, Kelly Prusieck, and Paula Quammen families on the death of Connie’s husband, Malcolm Applegate

announcements WORSHIP...

COMMUNION The Prayer Chapel is available for communion this morning. Enter through the exterior door west of door #1. If someone in a healthcare facility or homebound would like communion, notify Kevin Davis at 317-846-3404 or davisk@stlukesumc.com.

GROW… ADULT CLASSES HAPPENING NOW! New discipleship offerings: Wed. mornings: Making Room with Pastor Jevon; Wed. evenings: The New Jim Crow with Pastor Nicole; Born Catholic, Now Methodist: Am I Going to Hell? with Tom Maksym; Authentic Manhood with Greg Hale and several on Sundays. Register at stlukesumc.com or stop by a Connect Here booth with questions.

WEDNESDAY NIGHT LIVE CLASSES & MEAL Join us for dinner in the Great Hall (Herb roasted pork, tossed salad, au gratin potatoes, carrots in orange sauce, parmesan oregano bread, GF olive rosemary bread, assorted pies) from 5:15 – 6:15PM; $5/person, $20 max/family. Adult classes and children’s programming from 6:15 – 7:30PM. Childcare available. Head to a Connect Here booth outside of worship for more info.

MEXICAN DAY OF THE DEAD CELEBRATION | Nov. 1 • 6 - 8PM Fellowship Hall An opportunity to celebrate the diversity of our community and learn more about another culture by building relationships with people from different racial, religious and ethnic communities. $10 for dinner. Register at stlukeumc.com. Bring an object representing someone you love who has died. Appropriate for Middle School and older.

MEN’S MONTHLY BREAKFAST | Nov. 2 • 8 - 9:30AM • Parlor Join this monthly gathering for food and conversation – a great space to learn ways to serve and connect with St. Luke’s leaders. No registration needed.

HIGH SCHOOL RETREAT | Nov. 2 - 3 • Epworth Forest Conf. Center Regroup, renew and refocus with large group games, a giant harness swing, s’mores and time to worship and learn. Register at stlukesumc.com and contact Travis at bannont@ stlukesumc.com with questions.

RACIAL INEQUALITY: TRUTH, KNOWLEDGE, RECONCILIATION | Nov. 4 • 7 – 8:30pM • Fellowship Hall Hear a panel discussion of the social justice journeys of 4 church communities. Consider goals, challenges and action points. Spirit & Place 2019 Festival event. Space limited/ registration required at brandtb@stlukesumc.com.

Thank you to all who have contributed to our Sanctuary lighting project. To date we have received 260 contributions, totaling $251,874, which is 56% to goal or 224 lights! (with 176 yet to fund!) We still welcome contributions! MILITARY TRIBUTE We are planning a tribute to our St. Luke’s veterans and service members for Veteran’s Day. Please share your information at stlukesumc.com/militarytribute to be included!

UMW HOLIDAY BAZAAR | Nov. 9 • 9AM – 3PM Christmas shop from over 130 vendors and raise money for missions! High-quality, hand-made items galore. Arrive early for homemade cinnamon rolls and stay for lunch. Admission is free! Stop by the UMW table today in the West Passage to volunteer to serve or donate baked goods.

STARTING POINT | Nov. 10 • 10:45AM or 12:15PM • C115 New to St. Luke’s? Learn more about us in 30 minutes, and leave with recommended steps to find your place within our church. Childcare available.

LIFE-CHANGING WOMEN’S RETREAT | Nov. 15 - 17 • Wasatch Lake, Poland IN Join 60 women of all ages and focus on Falling in Love with the God Jesus Knows. Led by Susan Fuquay, Robin Chaddock, Mindie Moore; music by Cheryl Wyatt. Rest, healthy meals, chair massage, optional: yowo (yoga worship), walks around lake, vision boards, workshops, worship, laughter, new friends. $160; 8 spots left. Email Susan Fuquay at fuquays@stlukesumc.com or call or text Susan at 317-495-5582 if interested. Register at stlukesumc.com.

GO… CPR TRAINING | Nov. 2 • 9AM – Noon • N101/102 Learn the new CPR, whether you need a refresher or have never been trained. To register for $25, contact Mary Connors at stlukeshealthministy@gmail.com.

BOOKSTORE VOLUNTEERS Help us raise money for our Outreach efforts – all bookstore profits support St. Luke’s benevolence fund! Stop by the table outside the bookstore this morning and receive a gift for signing up to serve. Sunday, Tuesday and Wednesday mornings and special event help needed.

WNL CHILDREN’S HELP | Wednesdays • 5:45 – 7:45PM Want to cuddle babies or have fun with our ENL and St. Luke’s children? Contact Jennifer at ebnerj@stlukesumc.com for more details on this serving opportunity.

PAID CAREGIVERS NEEDED Do you love working with kids (infants – tweens) so that parents can attend classes and small groups? Our caregivers are positive, playful, reliable, punctual and love children! Our greatest needs are Tues. mornings and Wed. evenings. Interested in more info? Contact Lauren Hacker at hackerl@stlukesumc.com or 317-846-3404.

FLETCHER PLACE BREAKFAST VOLUNTEERS Our team is looking for more volunteers! Contact Lucretia Scammahorn @ lscammahorn@comcast.net to learn more and volunteer!

JOB OPENINGS We are excited to add two new positions to our staff: Dir. of Children’s Ministries and Children’s Special Needs Coordinator. Applications can be found at stlukesumc.com.