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TODAY’S SPECIAL EVENTS Youth Volunteer Training Opportunity

Today from Noon-2PM there will be a volunteer training session for all interested in or planning on participating in this year's Sunday morning or Sunday evening programming. During the meeting all will have a chance to ask questions and learn more about your role as a small group leader. ••• Want a quick and easy way to help build connections? Greeters are needed for Luke’s Lodge on Sunday mornings from 9:15-9:35AM. To volunteer online visit http://bit.ly/13W7PvD or contact Lisa Meredith at 501-5336 or llmeredith4@yahoo.com

Kids in Mission

Kids grades K-5 are invited to join Kids in Mission for the new season beginning today at 6-7:15PM in E107/109. Through the planned activities, their eyes and hearts will be opened to people who are different from them but created by God. Visit stlukesumc.com/ministries/children for information or to register. You may also contact Mary Hach at hachm@stlukesumc.com.

3rd Grade Bible Milestone

Today during the 9:30AM service, bibles will be presented to all 3rd graders present. If you know a child unable to participate in today’s service who would like to receive a bible, please contact David Williamson at williamsond@stlukesumc.com.

NEWS YOU CAN USE Raising a Modern Day Knight

Join with other dads for a 6 week adventure exploring how to connect more deeply with our sons and teach them what it means to be a man. This group will meet on Sunday evenings from 7-8:30PM beginning September 29th. To learn more, email Chris Garrity at xfizz@att.net.

Outreach of the Month—SAWS

SAWs (Servant’s At Work): Building community, Transforming Lives and Accessing the World. SAWs built their first ramp in 2003 and seeks to help build wheelchair ramps for people who have been “trapped” at home due to mobility issues. Hundreds of St. Luke's members have been a part of this amazing ministry through they years. Volunteering on Saturdays for this ministry combines fellowship and working together with your family members (grandparents, parents and kids over 12). St. Luke’s will have a “SAWs DAY” on September 28 from 8AM-1PM. If you would like to volunteer, please go to www.stlukesumc.com/ outreach/local/construction/ or contact Paul Snyder at 317-695-0585 or psnyder1@indy.rr.com.

Subscribe to E-newsletters

You can subscribe to Rev-e-lations, Pastor Rob Fuquay’s weekly email as well as other ministry emails by visiting www.stlukesumc.com/e-newsletters/

SEPTEMBER 22, 2013

Now Hiring

We currently are accepting resumes and job applications for a Facilities and Grounds Manager. The job description and application are available online at stlukesumc.com. Please submit your resume and completed job application to Carol Helmus at helmusc@stlukesumc.com.

Fish for Hope

The United Methodist Men invite you to SAVE THE DATE to attend their fifth annual Fish Fry on Thursday, October 10. The proceeds from this delicious event go to help provide hope in Fondwa, Haiti. Dinner tickets will be available on Sunday mornings and online at stlukesumc.com

UMW Fall Rummage Sale

Start your fall cleaning and contribute to the St. Luke’s UMW Rummage Sale! Please donate items in clean, good condition. Then, come shop! Send your questions to stlukesrummagesale@gmail.com DROP OFF all donations at Great Hall Wednesday, September 25 to Thursday, September 26 from 8AM-6PM, and Friday, September 27, 8AM-Noon. SHOP THE MEMBERS’ SALE Friday, September 27 from 6-8PM, or the Public Sale on Saturday, September 28, 8-3PM.

Underground Railroad Trip

Located in Cincinnati, OH, the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center brings to life the struggles and risks of individuals escaping slavery in our country’s history, as well as raising awareness and understanding of threats around the world today. You are invited to travel in a comfortable bus to Cincinnati on Saturday, October 12, to visit this remarkable museum. The trip’s cost is $35/person. For information and to register, go to stlukesumc.com or visit sign-up tables on Sunday morning. For more information, you can contact Stephanie Eckert at wjeckert@aol.com.

Farewell to Marsha Hutchinson

After over ten years of loving pastoral care, Rev. Marsha Hutchinson is retiring from St. Luke’s. Her career has centered around providing grief support, visiting hospital patients, and officiating funerals. She has also taught numerous classes, conducted special services, and preached on Sunday morning. A celebration of her ministry will be held on Sunday, September 29 during the morning services.

St. Luke’s is an

open community of Christians gathering to seek, celebrate, live and share the love of God for all creation.

ST. LUKE’S SERVICES: 8:15, 9:30 & 11:00AM, Sanctuary THE GARDEN at Beef & Boards Theatre: 8:15, 9:15 and 10:15AM. Dr. Linda McCoy, Pastor

THE GARDEN at Oak Hill: 10:30AM, Rev. Stan Abell, Pastor CONTEMPLATIVE TAIZÉ SERVICE: 5:00PM, Sanctuary. Rev. Marsha Hutchinson, Pastor. Third Sunday of the month LATER@ST. LUKE’S: 6:00PM, Robertson Chapel. Dr. Marion Miller, Pastor.

WORSHIP 24/7: Our morning worship services are Web broadcast live in real time at www.stlukesumc.com/worship/watch. The entire service is available for purchase on CD and DVD; you may order specific services at www.stlukesumc.com/worship/sermonarchives, or stop by the Welcome Center this morning for an order envelope. You may also listen to or download sermons at www.stlukesumc.com. A link to the sermon video is also available by following us on @stlukesumcindy on Twitter.

We envision being transformed by God and

transforming the world into a compassionate, just, inclusive, Christ-like community.

Walking through the Medicare Maze

Medicare A, Medicare B, Medicare D, Medicare Advantage, Medicare Supplement. What’s the difference? How do I choose? If you’d like to learn more about these plans and feel a little more comfortable about your decisions, please come to hear an unbiased overview. Meets Monday, September 23 from 7-8:30PM in E107/109. There is no registration or fee to attend. Joint project of the Spiritual Life Center’s Healing Ministry and the Health Ministry.

100 W. 86th St., Indianapolis, IN 46260

317.846.3404 • www.stlukesumc.com


GENERAL WORSHIP INFORMATION: WELCOME VISITORS! We’re glad you’re

here and hope you feel the presence of God in this worship service. Stop by our Welcome Center for information and a gift, and join us in the Fellowship Hall for refreshments and fellowship following each service. We look forward to having you worship with us again. ••• For the hearing impaired, personal earphones may be purchased for $7, or hearing aids may be borrowed for the service at the Welcome Center. If you are in need of a large print bulletin with hymns, please let our ushers know. ••• PARENTS: Childcare and Sunday School available for children who are newborn to 5th grade; stop at the Info Center in the East Wing to find a classroom. Children are welcome in our services. If they become restless, you may continue to worship with them in the Narthex. For mothers who are nursing, we have a room available for your use equipped with rocking chairs and live streaming of the worship service. It is located in the East Passage, E126. If you need help, an usher can assist you in locating the room. ••• ARRIVING LATE?: PLEASE Wait until prayers and musical selections are concluded before being seated. COMMUNION AVAILABLE EVERY SUNDAY:

The elements are consecrated and placed in the Prayer Chapel for all to include in their worship experience. Please enter in silence. 9:15AM-12:30PM. PRAYER CONCERNS & INFORMATION:

If you have a prayer concern, change of address or other information you would like the church to know, fill out a pew card and place it in the offering plate. *** Prayer concerns may also be submitted on our website (click the “Need Prayer” link at the top of every page), or with a pastor after worship service. Concerns submitted on the pew card or online are prayed for by our Wednesday Prayer Group weekly. Also, our Prayer Chapel, which can be accessed from Robertson Chapel or outside the main entrance by the large cross, is available for silent prayer and meditation when the church is open.

September 22, 2013 8:15, 9:30 & 11:00AM Kingdomtide: Green

CONGREGATIONAL CONCERNS

PRAYER TIME Dr. Marion Miller The Lord’s Prayer 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.

Jay & Kathryn Shorter Luther and Zachary Shorter on the death of father Robert Shorter, Jr.

ORDER OF WORSHIP PRELUDE

“Fanfare” Kenneth Leighton “All Hail the Power of Jesus’ Name” López & Whitcomb Carol Dennis, Flute

(8:15)

WELCOME and INVOCATION INTROIT

(9:30 & 11:00)

*HYMN

(8:15)

Dr. Marion Miller

“Come, Christians, Join to Sing” Chancel Choir

Mark Thallander

“Come, Christians, Join to Sing”

N 158

PRESENTATION OF BIBLES (9:30)

PRESENTATION OF OFFERINGS OFFERTORY ANTHEM

LEADER & PEOPLE:

*GLORY TO GOD

Glory be to the Father and to the Son and to the Holy Ghost; As it was in the beginning, is now, and ever shall be, world without end. Amen.

No 70

*GREETING ONE ANOTHER SACRAMENT of BAPTISM (11:00) Pastor to Congregation: Members of the household of God, we rejoice to recognize these children as part of God’s family. Will you do all in your power to nurture and protect their faith? Congregation: We promise to uphold and care for these children and their families by our love, support and prayers. We will do all we can, by personal example and the ministries we provide, to help them grow with us in the way of Christ. Amen. ANTHEM

“God of Wonders” Carol Dennis, Flute

(8:15)

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.

“Psalm 150” Joyful Sound

(8:15)

(9:30 & 11:00)

“Behold, Now, Praise the Lord” Chancel Choir

John Harper

Everett Titcomb

(9:30 & 11:00)

Allyson Nelson & Jeremy Eaton on their wedding of September 21 TODAY’S BAPTISMS:

Thomas O’Maley son of Chris and Aimee O’Maley (11:00) Joshua Lee Moore son of Amanda Moore

ANNOUNCEMENTS Where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is the one true church, apostolic and universal, whose holy faith let us now declare.

CONGRATULATIONS TO:

(11:00) Ian

o

*CREED LEADER:

CONDOLENCES TO:

arr. Lloyd Larson

SERMON NOTES

“No Rocks A-Cryin’” Chancel Choir

Rollo Dilworth

*PRAISE TO GOD Praise God, from whom all blessings flow; No 95 praise God, all creatures here below; praise God above, ye heavenly host; praise Father, Son, and Holy Ghost. Amen. *OFFERTORY PRAYER SCRIPTURE READERS (8:15) Skylar Kellogg

Dr. Marion Miller

(9:30)

Paige Zvokel

(11:00)

Kennedy Fahle

SCRIPTURE Matthew 13:1-9 That same day Jesus went out of the house and sat beside the sea. Such great crowds gathered around him that he got into a boat and sat there, while the whole crowd stood on the beach. And he told them many things in parables, saying: “Listen! A sower went out to sow. And as he sowed, some seeds fell on the path, and the birds came and ate them up. Other seeds fell on rocky ground, where they did not have much soil, and they sprang up quickly, since they had no depth of soil. But when the sun rose, they were scorched; and since they had no root, they withered away. Other seeds fell among thorns, and the thorns grew up and choked them. Other seeds fell on good soil and brought forth grain, some a hundredfold, some sixty, some thirty. Let anyone with ears listen!” SCRIPTURE RESPONSE READER: The word of God for the people of God. CONGREGATION: Thanks be to God. MESSAGE

“Lessons from the Sower”

Rev. David Williamson

BACK TO SCHOOL: THE PARABLES OF JESUS

*HYMN

“Christ, Faithful Sower, Scattering the Good Seed”

Words on Screen

*BENEDICTION * Congregation standing

POSTLUDE

“Andante in D Major”

CLERGY Rev. Rob Fuquay, Senior Pastor; Rev. Marsha Hutchinson, Pastor of Grief Ministries; Dr. Marion Miller, Pastor of Later@St. Luke’s; Rev. David Williamson, Pastor of Family & Children’s Ministries; Rev. Jamalyn Peigh Williamson, Pastor of Outreach Ministries DIRECTOR OF MUSIC MINISTRIES Mark Squire ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF MUSIC MINISTRIES / ORGANIST Charles Manning

Felix Mendelssohn If you desire prayer, a pastor will be at the front of the Sanctuary following the service.


GENERAL WORSHIP INFORMATION: WELCOME VISITORS! We’re glad you’re

here and hope you feel the presence of God in this worship service. Stop by our Welcome Center for information and a gift, and join us in the Fellowship Hall for refreshments and fellowship following each service. We look forward to having you worship with us again. ••• For the hearing impaired, personal earphones may be purchased for $7, or hearing aids may be borrowed for the service at the Welcome Center. If you are in need of a large print bulletin with hymns, please let our ushers know. ••• PARENTS: Childcare and Sunday School available for children who are newborn to 5th grade; stop at the Info Center in the East Wing to find a classroom. Children are welcome in our services. If they become restless, you may continue to worship with them in the Narthex. For mothers who are nursing, we have a room available for your use equipped with rocking chairs and live streaming of the worship service. It is located in the East Passage, E126. If you need help, an usher can assist you in locating the room. ••• ARRIVING LATE?: PLEASE Wait until prayers and musical selections are concluded before being seated. COMMUNION AVAILABLE EVERY SUNDAY:

The elements are consecrated and placed in the Prayer Chapel for all to include in their worship experience. Please enter in silence. 9:15AM-12:30PM. PRAYER CONCERNS & INFORMATION:

If you have a prayer concern, change of address or other information you would like the church to know, fill out a pew card and place it in the offering plate. *** Prayer concerns may also be submitted on our website (click the “Need Prayer” link at the top of every page), or with a pastor after worship service. Concerns submitted on the pew card or online are prayed for by our Wednesday Prayer Group weekly. Also, our Prayer Chapel, which can be accessed from Robertson Chapel or outside the main entrance by the large cross, is available for silent prayer and meditation when the church is open.

September 22, 2013 8:15, 9:30 & 11:00AM Kingdomtide: Green

CONGREGATIONAL CONCERNS

PRAYER TIME Dr. Marion Miller The Lord’s Prayer 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.

Jay & Kathryn Shorter Luther and Zachary Shorter on the death of father Robert Shorter, Jr.

ORDER OF WORSHIP PRELUDE

“Fanfare” Kenneth Leighton “All Hail the Power of Jesus’ Name” López & Whitcomb Carol Dennis, Flute

(8:15)

WELCOME and INVOCATION INTROIT

(9:30 & 11:00)

*HYMN

(8:15)

Dr. Marion Miller

“Come, Christians, Join to Sing” Chancel Choir

Mark Thallander

“Come, Christians, Join to Sing”

N 158

PRESENTATION OF BIBLES (9:30)

PRESENTATION OF OFFERINGS OFFERTORY ANTHEM

LEADER & PEOPLE:

*GLORY TO GOD

Glory be to the Father and to the Son and to the Holy Ghost; As it was in the beginning, is now, and ever shall be, world without end. Amen.

No 70

*GREETING ONE ANOTHER SACRAMENT of BAPTISM (11:00) Pastor to Congregation: Members of the household of God, we rejoice to recognize these children as part of God’s family. Will you do all in your power to nurture and protect their faith? Congregation: We promise to uphold and care for these children and their families by our love, support and prayers. We will do all we can, by personal example and the ministries we provide, to help them grow with us in the way of Christ. Amen. ANTHEM

“God of Wonders” Carol Dennis, Flute

(8:15)

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.

“Psalm 150” Joyful Sound

(8:15)

(9:30 & 11:00)

“Behold, Now, Praise the Lord” Chancel Choir

John Harper

Everett Titcomb

(9:30 & 11:00)

Allyson Nelson & Jeremy Eaton on their wedding of September 21 TODAY’S BAPTISMS:

Thomas O’Maley son of Chris and Aimee O’Maley (11:00) Joshua Lee Moore son of Amanda Moore

ANNOUNCEMENTS Where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is the one true church, apostolic and universal, whose holy faith let us now declare.

CONGRATULATIONS TO:

(11:00) Ian

o

*CREED LEADER:

CONDOLENCES TO:

arr. Lloyd Larson

SERMON NOTES

“No Rocks A-Cryin’” Chancel Choir

Rollo Dilworth

*PRAISE TO GOD Praise God, from whom all blessings flow; No 95 praise God, all creatures here below; praise God above, ye heavenly host; praise Father, Son, and Holy Ghost. Amen. *OFFERTORY PRAYER SCRIPTURE READERS (8:15) Skylar Kellogg

Dr. Marion Miller

(9:30)

Paige Zvokel

(11:00)

Kennedy Fahle

SCRIPTURE Matthew 13:1-9 That same day Jesus went out of the house and sat beside the sea. Such great crowds gathered around him that he got into a boat and sat there, while the whole crowd stood on the beach. And he told them many things in parables, saying: “Listen! A sower went out to sow. And as he sowed, some seeds fell on the path, and the birds came and ate them up. Other seeds fell on rocky ground, where they did not have much soil, and they sprang up quickly, since they had no depth of soil. But when the sun rose, they were scorched; and since they had no root, they withered away. Other seeds fell among thorns, and the thorns grew up and choked them. Other seeds fell on good soil and brought forth grain, some a hundredfold, some sixty, some thirty. Let anyone with ears listen!” SCRIPTURE RESPONSE READER: The word of God for the people of God. CONGREGATION: Thanks be to God. MESSAGE

“Lessons from the Sower”

Rev. David Williamson

BACK TO SCHOOL: THE PARABLES OF JESUS

*HYMN

“Christ, Faithful Sower, Scattering the Good Seed”

Words on Screen

*BENEDICTION * Congregation standing

POSTLUDE

“Andante in D Major”

CLERGY Rev. Rob Fuquay, Senior Pastor; Rev. Marsha Hutchinson, Pastor of Grief Ministries; Dr. Marion Miller, Pastor of Later@St. Luke’s; Rev. David Williamson, Pastor of Family & Children’s Ministries; Rev. Jamalyn Peigh Williamson, Pastor of Outreach Ministries DIRECTOR OF MUSIC MINISTRIES Mark Squire ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF MUSIC MINISTRIES / ORGANIST Charles Manning

Felix Mendelssohn If you desire prayer, a pastor will be at the front of the Sanctuary following the service.


TODAY’S SPECIAL EVENTS Youth Volunteer Training Opportunity

Today from Noon-2PM there will be a volunteer training session for all interested in or planning on participating in this year's Sunday morning or Sunday evening programming. During the meeting all will have a chance to ask questions and learn more about your role as a small group leader. ••• Want a quick and easy way to help build connections? Greeters are needed for Luke’s Lodge on Sunday mornings from 9:15-9:35AM. To volunteer online visit http://bit.ly/13W7PvD or contact Lisa Meredith at 501-5336 or llmeredith4@yahoo.com

Kids in Mission

Kids grades K-5 are invited to join Kids in Mission for the new season beginning today at 6-7:15PM in E107/109. Through the planned activities, their eyes and hearts will be opened to people who are different from them but created by God. Visit stlukesumc.com/ministries/children for information or to register. You may also contact Mary Hach at hachm@stlukesumc.com.

3rd Grade Bible Milestone

Today during the 9:30AM service, bibles will be presented to all 3rd graders present. If you know a child unable to participate in today’s service who would like to receive a bible, please contact David Williamson at williamsond@stlukesumc.com.

NEWS YOU CAN USE Raising a Modern Day Knight

Join with other dads for a 6 week adventure exploring how to connect more deeply with our sons and teach them what it means to be a man. This group will meet on Sunday evenings from 7-8:30PM beginning September 29th. To learn more, email Chris Garrity at xfizz@att.net.

Outreach of the Month—SAWS

SAWs (Servant’s At Work): Building community, Transforming Lives and Accessing the World. SAWs built their first ramp in 2003 and seeks to help build wheelchair ramps for people who have been “trapped” at home due to mobility issues. Hundreds of St. Luke's members have been a part of this amazing ministry through they years. Volunteering on Saturdays for this ministry combines fellowship and working together with your family members (grandparents, parents and kids over 12). St. Luke’s will have a “SAWs DAY” on September 28 from 8AM-1PM. If you would like to volunteer, please go to www.stlukesumc.com/ outreach/local/construction/ or contact Paul Snyder at 317-695-0585 or psnyder1@indy.rr.com.

Subscribe to E-newsletters

You can subscribe to Rev-e-lations, Pastor Rob Fuquay’s weekly email as well as other ministry emails by visiting www.stlukesumc.com/e-newsletters/

SEPTEMBER 22, 2013

Now Hiring

We currently are accepting resumes and job applications for a Facilities and Grounds Manager. The job description and application are available online at stlukesumc.com. Please submit your resume and completed job application to Carol Helmus at helmusc@stlukesumc.com.

Fish for Hope

The United Methodist Men invite you to SAVE THE DATE to attend their fifth annual Fish Fry on Thursday, October 10. The proceeds from this delicious event go to help provide hope in Fondwa, Haiti. Dinner tickets will be available on Sunday mornings and online at stlukesumc.com

UMW Fall Rummage Sale

Start your fall cleaning and contribute to the St. Luke’s UMW Rummage Sale! Please donate items in clean, good condition. Then, come shop! Send your questions to stlukesrummagesale@gmail.com DROP OFF all donations at Great Hall Wednesday, September 25 to Thursday, September 26 from 8AM-6PM, and Friday, September 27, 8AM-Noon. SHOP THE MEMBERS’ SALE Friday, September 27 from 6-8PM, or the Public Sale on Saturday, September 28, 8-3PM.

Underground Railroad Trip

Located in Cincinnati, OH, the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center brings to life the struggles and risks of individuals escaping slavery in our country’s history, as well as raising awareness and understanding of threats around the world today. You are invited to travel in a comfortable bus to Cincinnati on Saturday, October 12, to visit this remarkable museum. The trip’s cost is $35/person. For information and to register, go to stlukesumc.com or visit sign-up tables on Sunday morning. For more information, you can contact Stephanie Eckert at wjeckert@aol.com.

Farewell to Marsha Hutchinson

After over ten years of loving pastoral care, Rev. Marsha Hutchinson is retiring from St. Luke’s. Her career has centered around providing grief support, visiting hospital patients, and officiating funerals. She has also taught numerous classes, conducted special services, and preached on Sunday morning. A celebration of her ministry will be held on Sunday, September 29 during the morning services.

St. Luke’s is an

open community of Christians gathering to seek, celebrate, live and share the love of God for all creation.

ST. LUKE’S SERVICES: 8:15, 9:30 & 11:00AM, Sanctuary THE GARDEN at Beef & Boards Theatre: 8:15, 9:15 and 10:15AM. Dr. Linda McCoy, Pastor

THE GARDEN at Oak Hill: 10:30AM, Rev. Stan Abell, Pastor CONTEMPLATIVE TAIZÉ SERVICE: 5:00PM, Sanctuary. Rev. Marsha Hutchinson, Pastor. Third Sunday of the month LATER@ST. LUKE’S: 6:00PM, Robertson Chapel. Dr. Marion Miller, Pastor.

WORSHIP 24/7: Our morning worship services are Web broadcast live in real time at www.stlukesumc.com/worship/watch. The entire service is available for purchase on CD and DVD; you may order specific services at www.stlukesumc.com/worship/sermonarchives, or stop by the Welcome Center this morning for an order envelope. You may also listen to or download sermons at www.stlukesumc.com. A link to the sermon video is also available by following us on @stlukesumcindy on Twitter.

We envision being transformed by God and

transforming the world into a compassionate, just, inclusive, Christ-like community.

Walking through the Medicare Maze

Medicare A, Medicare B, Medicare D, Medicare Advantage, Medicare Supplement. What’s the difference? How do I choose? If you’d like to learn more about these plans and feel a little more comfortable about your decisions, please come to hear an unbiased overview. Meets Monday, September 23 from 7-8:30PM in E107/109. There is no registration or fee to attend. Joint project of the Spiritual Life Center’s Healing Ministry and the Health Ministry.

100 W. 86th St., Indianapolis, IN 46260

317.846.3404 • www.stlukesumc.com

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Worship Guide: September 22, 2013