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TODAY’S SPECIAL EVENTS

JULY 28, 2013

The following is a list of events occuring today at St. Luke’s. For other events and upcoming information, pick up a COMMUNION MONTHLY, available at the end of the pews and at the Information Desk in the Narthex.

The Track Summer Schedule Happening now: preschool and pre-k children (age 3 by 9/12 to those not yet in kindergarten) are invited to the Mini-Track for Sunday School classes at 9:30 & 11AM. Children who have completed kindergarten through 4th grade will attend the first part of worship with their families. After the Children’s Moment, they will be led by staff to a classroom for fun activities; pick up is in E106 or E108.

Summer Outreach St. Luke’s Outreach has committed to partner with Nora, Fox Hill, Springmill and Greenbriar Elementary Schools to help connect with the 75% of their students who qualify for free or reduced lunch. That is over 2,000 students in the area surrounding the church. To address this need, St. Luke’s will be hosting the “Back to School Extravaganza” at our church August 4. This event will provide school supplies, clothing, food and other services to these children. This is a large undertaking . . . so we are asking you to get involved by sponsoring a child for $25 to get them the supplies they need, or you can find a supply list at www.stlukesumc.com and bring donations to the main office. If your business would like to participate, let us know and we will bring a collection bin to you! Contact Jamalyn Peigh Williamson at williamsonj@stlukesumc.com for more info.

NEWS YOU CAN USE

men who share this journey. For information, please contact Marsha Hutchinson at hutchinsonm@stlukesumc.com.

Servant Day Join your St. Luke’s family in working together for the 5th Annual Servant Day as we reach out to our surrounding neighborhood on August 3 from 8AM–1PM. The day will begin with breakfast in the Great Hall, before teams will head out to serve throughout Pike and Washington Townships. All ages and abilities are encouraged to participate. Check out the diverse opportunities at the sign-up tables in the West Passage today and throughout July. You will also be able to sign up online at www.stlukesumc.com.

Disciple Bible Study Give yourself a gift of fun and a spiritual boost this year. Join Disciple Bible Study Fast Track this fall. You will meet new friends, learn your Bible so sermons will make more sense, your kids Sunday school will be clearer, and you will feel more confident in your Christian beliefs. Consider the 7:15AM class at 96th and College, the mom's group on Wednesdays at 9:45AM or a Sunday morning class along with 10 other times throughout the week! Visit the table in the West passage or in front of the Stained glass window to get more information or to signup!

Upcoming Service Work Trips

We're giving our children's area a new look, updating classrooms and hallways. We'll be painting one more session, July 29-Aug 16 and will need LOTS of volunteer painters! Sign up for any length of time (for a solid week, for one day each week, for a single day). Email David Williamson at williamsond@stlukesumc.com to indicate when you'd be willing to serve.

If you are interested in an extended work trip with St. Luke's Outreach, please look at the opportunities to serve at www.stlukesumc.com/outreach for national and global opportunities. We have trips open in September to the Kentucky Children's Home and The Midwest Distribution Center. In October, join the team serving in in Fondwa, Haiti, Oklahoma or West Virginia. We also have trips planned to Caberet, Haiti and to Kissy Hospital in Sierra Leone in 2014. We hope you will consider one of these trips as an opportunity to serve as the hands and feet of Jesus.

Special Needs Ministry

Locally Grown Pitch-In—Sat., August 10

Painters Needed!

Children's Ministries is in search of compassionate individuals to volunteer as a Special Needs Ministry Buddy for the upcoming school year. To learn more about how you could help children with special needs experience God's love in a way that is accessible to them visitwww.stlukesumc.com/getinvolved/volunteer or email specialneeds@ stlukesumc.com. ••• Would a child in your family benefit from one-on-one attention during their time with us? Let us know how we can best serve you by contacting us at specialneeds@stlukesumc.com

Men Only Grief Fellowship For men whose spouses have died in the past 1-3 years, a new MEN ONLY grief fellowship/support group has begun. Meets every Thursday from 3-4PM in Luke’s Lodge (behind the church). No registration. Come and get to know other

Make something which includes at least one locally grown ingredient and come to the Green Ministry's Third Annual Pitch-In to celebrate the goodness of God’s creation. Bring 20 copies of your recipe to give to interested cooks. Have fun eating interesting food, enjoying conversation and listening to the music of Sarah Grain. Saturday, August 10, 6-8PM, Fellowship Hall, registration suggested, no fee.

St. Luke’s is an

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

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: 9:30 & 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 Rev. Dr. L. Wayne Smith, Guest Preacher

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.

transformed by God and

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

New Song Opportunity Our women's ensemble has a vacancy in the first soprano section, and director Cheryl West will be auditioning potential new members in the coming weeks. If interested, please contact Cheryl at cwest@butler.edu. 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.

PRELUDE

“Shout to the Lord” “Shepherd’s Psalm” Carol Dennis, Flute

WELCOME and INVOCATION *HYMN

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.

Joel Raney Brent Olstad

“Shout to the Lord” Carol Dennis, Flute

Joel Raney

Children of Summer Splash

(9:30 & 11:00)

No 92

*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.

*CREED LEADER:

OFFERTORY ANTHEM

Rev. Jamalyn Peigh Williamson

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

*PRAYER OF DEDICATION

Rev. Jamalyn Peigh Williamson

LEADER & PEOPLE:

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.

*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.

SACRAMENT OF BAPTISM ANTHEM

No 70

“I Waited for the Lord” Felix Mendelssohn Suzanne Aaron and Mary Lucht, Vocalists Rev. Rob Fuquay

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.

(9:30)

Bianca Wakefield

(11:00)

SCRIPTURE RESPONSE READER: The word of God for the people of God. CONGREGATION: Thanks be to God.

*HYMN

“Open My Eyes, That I May See”

(9:30 & 11:00)

No 454

*BENEDICTION POSTLUDE

Bob & Nancy Whitacre on the death of their son Jonathan “Whit” Whitacre Mary Cole on the death of her husband Phil Cole Myrna Back on the death of her husband Eric Back cONGRATULATIONS TO:

Mark & Jill Cooper and Walt & Char Cooper on the birth of son and grandson Harry Monroe Cooper Jeff & Karlon Olson on the birth of their son Fletcher Alan Olson John & Alexa Griffith on the birth of their daughter Sasha Louise Griffith Mike & Holly Garland and Hal & Jane Bennett on the birth of son and grandson Joseph Thomas Garland TODAy’S BAPTISMS:

Crosby Matondo Long, son of Jeremy and Lauren Long (11:00) Audrey Grace Fries, daughter of Matthew and Elisabeth Fries (11:00) Madison Elizabeth Mitchell, daughter of Matt and Liz Mitchell (9:30)

“Fully Committed... Possibly Wrong!” Rev. Marsha Hutchinson

“Air in G Major”

ANNOUNCEMENTS CHILDREN’S MOMENT

Margaret Williamson

SCRIPTURE Luke 24:13-16 (NLT) That same day two of Jesus’ followers were walking to the village of Emmaus, seven miles from Jerusalem. As they walked along they were talking about everything that had happened. As they talked and discussed these things, Jesus himself suddenly came and began walking with them. But God kept them from recognizing him. Hebrews 11:1-3 (NLT) Faith is the confidence that what we hope for will actually happen; it gives us assurance about things we cannot see. Through their faith, the people in days of old earned a good reputation. By faith we understand that the entire universe was formed at God’s command, that what we now see did not come from anything that can be seen.

MESSAGE

(9:30 & 11:00)

PRAYER TIME

SCRIPTURE READERS (8:15) Savannah Frauhiger

CONGREGATIONAL CONCERNS cONDOLENcES TO:

PRESENTATION OF OFFERINGS

(8:15)

“For the Beauty of the Earth” (stanzas 1, 3, 4, 6)

cOMMUNION AVAILABLE EVERy SUNDAy:

The elements are consecrated and placed in the Prayer Chapel for all to include in their worship experience. Gluten-free crackers are included with the bread elements. Please enter in silence. 9:15AM12:30PM.

July 28, 2013 8:15, 9:30 & 11:00AM Kingdomtide: Green

ORDER OF WORSHIP

Rev. David Williamson

* Congregation standing

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

Giovanni Tartini

SERMON NOTES


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.

PRELUDE

“Shout to the Lord” “Shepherd’s Psalm” Carol Dennis, Flute

WELCOME and INVOCATION *HYMN

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.

Joel Raney Brent Olstad

“Shout to the Lord” Carol Dennis, Flute

Joel Raney

Children of Summer Splash

(9:30 & 11:00)

No 92

*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.

*CREED LEADER:

OFFERTORY ANTHEM

Rev. Jamalyn Peigh Williamson

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

*PRAYER OF DEDICATION

Rev. Jamalyn Peigh Williamson

LEADER & PEOPLE:

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.

*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.

SACRAMENT OF BAPTISM ANTHEM

No 70

“I Waited for the Lord” Felix Mendelssohn Suzanne Aaron and Mary Lucht, Vocalists Rev. Rob Fuquay

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.

(9:30)

Bianca Wakefield

(11:00)

SCRIPTURE RESPONSE READER: The word of God for the people of God. CONGREGATION: Thanks be to God.

*HYMN

“Open My Eyes, That I May See”

(9:30 & 11:00)

No 454

*BENEDICTION POSTLUDE

Bob & Nancy Whitacre on the death of their son Jonathan “Whit” Whitacre Mary Cole on the death of her husband Phil Cole Myrna Back on the death of her husband Eric Back cONGRATULATIONS TO:

Mark & Jill Cooper and Walt & Char Cooper on the birth of son and grandson Harry Monroe Cooper Jeff & Karlon Olson on the birth of their son Fletcher Alan Olson John & Alexa Griffith on the birth of their daughter Sasha Louise Griffith Mike & Holly Garland and Hal & Jane Bennett on the birth of son and grandson Joseph Thomas Garland TODAy’S BAPTISMS:

Crosby Matondo Long, son of Jeremy and Lauren Long (11:00) Audrey Grace Fries, daughter of Matthew and Elisabeth Fries (11:00) Madison Elizabeth Mitchell, daughter of Matt and Liz Mitchell (9:30)

“Fully Committed... Possibly Wrong!” Rev. Marsha Hutchinson

“Air in G Major”

ANNOUNCEMENTS CHILDREN’S MOMENT

Margaret Williamson

SCRIPTURE Luke 24:13-16 (NLT) That same day two of Jesus’ followers were walking to the village of Emmaus, seven miles from Jerusalem. As they walked along they were talking about everything that had happened. As they talked and discussed these things, Jesus himself suddenly came and began walking with them. But God kept them from recognizing him. Hebrews 11:1-3 (NLT) Faith is the confidence that what we hope for will actually happen; it gives us assurance about things we cannot see. Through their faith, the people in days of old earned a good reputation. By faith we understand that the entire universe was formed at God’s command, that what we now see did not come from anything that can be seen.

MESSAGE

(9:30 & 11:00)

PRAYER TIME

SCRIPTURE READERS (8:15) Savannah Frauhiger

CONGREGATIONAL CONCERNS cONDOLENcES TO:

PRESENTATION OF OFFERINGS

(8:15)

“For the Beauty of the Earth” (stanzas 1, 3, 4, 6)

cOMMUNION AVAILABLE EVERy SUNDAy:

The elements are consecrated and placed in the Prayer Chapel for all to include in their worship experience. Gluten-free crackers are included with the bread elements. Please enter in silence. 9:15AM12:30PM.

July 28, 2013 8:15, 9:30 & 11:00AM Kingdomtide: Green

ORDER OF WORSHIP

Rev. David Williamson

* Congregation standing

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

Giovanni Tartini

SERMON NOTES


TODAY’S SPECIAL EVENTS

JULY 28, 2013

The following is a list of events occuring today at St. Luke’s. For other events and upcoming information, pick up a COMMUNION MONTHLY, available at the end of the pews and at the Information Desk in the Narthex.

The Track Summer Schedule Happening now: preschool and pre-k children (age 3 by 9/12 to those not yet in kindergarten) are invited to the Mini-Track for Sunday School classes at 9:30 & 11AM. Children who have completed kindergarten through 4th grade will attend the first part of worship with their families. After the Children’s Moment, they will be led by staff to a classroom for fun activities; pick up is in E106 or E108.

Summer Outreach St. Luke’s Outreach has committed to partner with Nora, Fox Hill, Springmill and Greenbriar Elementary Schools to help connect with the 75% of their students who qualify for free or reduced lunch. That is over 2,000 students in the area surrounding the church. To address this need, St. Luke’s will be hosting the “Back to School Extravaganza” at our church August 4. This event will provide school supplies, clothing, food and other services to these children. This is a large undertaking . . . so we are asking you to get involved by sponsoring a child for $25 to get them the supplies they need, or you can find a supply list at www.stlukesumc.com and bring donations to the main office. If your business would like to participate, let us know and we will bring a collection bin to you! Contact Jamalyn Peigh Williamson at williamsonj@stlukesumc.com for more info.

NEWS YOU CAN USE

men who share this journey. For information, please contact Marsha Hutchinson at hutchinsonm@stlukesumc.com.

Servant Day Join your St. Luke’s family in working together for the 5th Annual Servant Day as we reach out to our surrounding neighborhood on August 3 from 8AM–1PM. The day will begin with breakfast in the Great Hall, before teams will head out to serve throughout Pike and Washington Townships. All ages and abilities are encouraged to participate. Check out the diverse opportunities at the sign-up tables in the West Passage today and throughout July. You will also be able to sign up online at www.stlukesumc.com.

Disciple Bible Study Give yourself a gift of fun and a spiritual boost this year. Join Disciple Bible Study Fast Track this fall. You will meet new friends, learn your Bible so sermons will make more sense, your kids Sunday school will be clearer, and you will feel more confident in your Christian beliefs. Consider the 7:15AM class at 96th and College, the mom's group on Wednesdays at 9:45AM or a Sunday morning class along with 10 other times throughout the week! Visit the table in the West passage or in front of the Stained glass window to get more information or to signup!

Upcoming Service Work Trips

We're giving our children's area a new look, updating classrooms and hallways. We'll be painting one more session, July 29-Aug 16 and will need LOTS of volunteer painters! Sign up for any length of time (for a solid week, for one day each week, for a single day). Email David Williamson at williamsond@stlukesumc.com to indicate when you'd be willing to serve.

If you are interested in an extended work trip with St. Luke's Outreach, please look at the opportunities to serve at www.stlukesumc.com/outreach for national and global opportunities. We have trips open in September to the Kentucky Children's Home and The Midwest Distribution Center. In October, join the team serving in in Fondwa, Haiti, Oklahoma or West Virginia. We also have trips planned to Caberet, Haiti and to Kissy Hospital in Sierra Leone in 2014. We hope you will consider one of these trips as an opportunity to serve as the hands and feet of Jesus.

Special Needs Ministry

Locally Grown Pitch-In—Sat., August 10

Painters Needed!

Children's Ministries is in search of compassionate individuals to volunteer as a Special Needs Ministry Buddy for the upcoming school year. To learn more about how you could help children with special needs experience God's love in a way that is accessible to them visitwww.stlukesumc.com/getinvolved/volunteer or email specialneeds@ stlukesumc.com. ••• Would a child in your family benefit from one-on-one attention during their time with us? Let us know how we can best serve you by contacting us at specialneeds@stlukesumc.com

Men Only Grief Fellowship For men whose spouses have died in the past 1-3 years, a new MEN ONLY grief fellowship/support group has begun. Meets every Thursday from 3-4PM in Luke’s Lodge (behind the church). No registration. Come and get to know other

Make something which includes at least one locally grown ingredient and come to the Green Ministry's Third Annual Pitch-In to celebrate the goodness of God’s creation. Bring 20 copies of your recipe to give to interested cooks. Have fun eating interesting food, enjoying conversation and listening to the music of Sarah Grain. Saturday, August 10, 6-8PM, Fellowship Hall, registration suggested, no fee.

St. Luke’s is an

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

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: 9:30 & 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 Rev. Dr. L. Wayne Smith, Guest Preacher

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.

transformed by God and

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

New Song Opportunity Our women's ensemble has a vacancy in the first soprano section, and director Cheryl West will be auditioning potential new members in the coming weeks. If interested, please contact Cheryl at cwest@butler.edu. 100 W. 86th St., Indianapolis, IN 46260

317.846.3404 • www.stlukesumc.com

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Worship Guide: July 28, 2013