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Turn the Church Inside Out: Hospitality July 28, 2013 St. Luke’s United Methodist Church 4851 S. Apopka-Vineland Road Orlando, FL 32819 407.876.4991 •

WORSHIP Traditional

8:00, 9:30 & 11:00 a.m. in the Sanctuary Dr. William S. Barnes Prelude Gathering for Worship *Call to Worship *Hymn

“Christ for the World We Sing” .........................#568

*Opening Prayer *Passing the Peace and Welcome Congregational Song

“Spirit of God” ....................................................#2117

Prayers of the People; The Lord's Prayer Offering and Offertory *Doxology and Prayer of Dedication.....p94 Scripture: Acts 1:8 Sermon: “Turn the Church Inside Out: Hospitality”


9:30 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. in the Coleman Memorial Gymnasium The Rev. Jennifer Stiles Williams Gathering Song “You Are Good”

Welcome Call to Worship *Praise Song “Cover the Earth” “Let It Be Known”

*Opening Prayer *Praise Song “I Will Follow”

Offering “Home”


Scripture: Acts 1:8 Sermon: “Turn the Church Inside Out: Hospitality”

*Benediction & Benediction Response

Closing Song

Series: Reflect: Values That Change the World

“I Love to Tell the Story” .....................................#156 “The Lord Bless and Keep You” ......................p2280


Series: Reflect: Values That Change the World “If We Are the Body”



The flowers in the Sanctuary are given for Harry B. MacCallum by his loving wife, Jean MacCallum. The flowers in the Narthex are given in memory of Karl Shreiner, Sr., by his wife, Connie & family.

The Rev. Jennifer Stiles Williams

Baptism Class: August 4 in Building C Special Events Dining Room at 4:30 p.m. No childcare is provided. PRAYER CHAPEL: If you are in a crisis due to your health, your job, or in other areas in your life, come to the Chapel for prayer Sundays at 10:30 a.m. and put those burdens on the altar.

Feeling Inspired to give today? Visit one of the Giving Kiosks located in the narthex of the sanctuary and outside the gym. Kiosks accept debit and credit cards and offer a printed receipt and an email confirmation of your contribution to St. Luke’s. You do not have to be a member of St. Luke’s to use this free service. You can also use the QR code to give directly from your mobile device!

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Are you ready to COMMIT? Check here for the latest news! Updates are also available online at On Sunday, June 9, the church conference voted to move forward with releasing the remaining Bodybuilding funds, forming a building committee and forming a campaign committee. The items listed below are some of the next steps and events that you can expect in the upcoming months. •

JULY Update Participated in a collaborative outreach to East Winter Garden children with six other area churches. Getting first wave of volunteers screened to work through City programs. Exploring facility options for volunteer center and office. • The phase 1 building committee met with architects and worship staff on July 21 to discuss design options. • Create a Campaign Committee for fall 2013 campaign to create worship theme, informational material, prospectus and build lay volunteer teams • All St. Lukers have received Save the Dates cards in the mail. If you did not receive a card, update your address by emailing Linda Shankle at •

August Worship Connection Through worship and ministry opportunities we will connect our core values with our world changing ideas • Share community transformation and building development status to gain feedback •

• September 8, 2013 Community Gathering Event • 4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Training for all St. Luke’s servant ministers • 5:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. Worship celebration for sharing of details of community transformation and building plans and final Church Conference approval of campaign costs •

September/October Create a Joint Neighborhood Task Force with St. Lukers and residents of East Winter Garden • Begin Circles weekly meetings • Begin one-on-one meetings with potential donors for first commitments and legacy gifts to campus and community plans •

October 27 - November 1 Campaign Dinners • Share more details and first phase funding results • Formal invitations will be distributed

November 17 The Big Event Church-wide Commitment Worship Service • Celebrate where God has led us • Make our campaign commitments. • Hard Rock Live has been confirmed as The Big Event location

*Updates are noted in blue.

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Connect RAGTIME: RAGTIME is not only a powerful portrait of life in turn-of-the-century America, but a relevant tale for today. Based on E.L. Doctorow's distinguished novel, the musical intertwines the stories of three extraordinary families as they confront history's timeless contradictions of wealth and poverty, freedom and prejudice, hope and despair, and what it means to live in America. Performances are August 16 and 17 at 7:30 p.m. and August 18 at 4:00 p.m. in the Coleman Memorial Gymnasium. Tickets go on sale TODAY, are $10 each and will be available in the Building C Welcome Hall between worship services, online at, and in the church office during normal business hours. *Caution: This show contains difficult subject matter regarding race, gender and violence. Please be aware when bringing children under the age of 13. Childcare will be available, details to follow. LIVING THE SERIES-GOING DEEPER IN OUR VALUES: “Living the Series” will be offered occasionally throughout the year as an additional component to the sermon series. Pastor Bill’s Exegesis class is a primer for the sermon, and this gathering will be conversational and an empowering response to the word proclaimed. The first opportunity begins alongside our “Reflect: Values that Change the World” sermon series. We are diving into our core values (hospitality, community, discipleship, service, acceptance) and discussing how they relate to erasing prejudices, reconciliation, and advocacy. This time together will prepare our hearts for the Ragtime musical (Aug. 16-18). Join us TODAY from 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. in the Attic. MEET THE CLUSTERS: Stop by the Building C Welcome Hall between worship services on August 4 and check out all of the St. Luke’s cluster groups. Representatives from each group will be present to share about what makes their group unique and how you can get connected. CLUSTER GROUPS: Pick up a list of cluster groups from campus info racks or visit Travel for Work? Looking for a Cluster Group? We are gauging interest in a Cluster Group for people who travel for their work and are looking for persons to lead such a group. Contact Carol Crowley at to express interest. NON-FICTION BOOK GROUP: Anyone interested in forming a weekly book club for non-fiction books (e.g. leadership, philosophy, history) starting late August? Contact Carol Crowley at OPEN ARMS LGBTQA CLUSTER GROUP: Get connected with this affirming group for LGBTQ persons and allies by emailing The next meeting is August 13 at 7:00 p.m. in the Attic. YOUNG ADULTS: Join the young adults for a fabulous day at Daytona Beach filled with sand, surf, and baseball with the Daytona Cubs! Meet in the St. Luke’s parking lot at 9:00 a.m. Saturday, August 3. Email for more information. NAMETAGS: Please pick up your nametag from the reception area in the church office or request a name tag by contacting Jeanne Gall at or 407.876.4991 ext. *221. KICK IT WITH ST. LUKE'S SOCCER: St. Luke's soccer is open to boys and girls of all skill levels entering VPK - 7th grade. St. Luke's Sports promotes fun and fellowship. The eight-week season runs September 9 through November 2. Evaluations are Saturday, August 24. Register today at CONNECT YOUR CUSTOMERS TO ST. LUKE'S: If your company would like to help connect the community to St. Luke's events like RAGTIME and The Global Leadership Summit contact Dawn Fleming at dfleming@ to receive free promotional materal. ST. LUKE'S SOCIAL MEDIA Follow St. Luke’s on Facebook at or on Twitter at for regular updates on all of our ministries!


We are so glad that you decided to check out St. Luke's! We long for everyone to experience the Open Hearts, Open Minds, and Open Doors of God's church. If we can answer questions or help you get connected please contact the Connect and Care office at 407.876.4991 ext.*262 or email Carol Crowley at

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The Global Leadership Summit is a two-day, world-class leadership event experienced by more than 170,000 leaders around the world, representing more than 14,000 churches. It will be telecast LIVE around the globe from Willow's campus (near Chicago) but you can experience this amazing event from the comfort of the St. Luke’s Sanctuary. Tickets are still available at where you can also view the schedule of presenters. For questions contact Kelly Smith at Church members and regular attendees at St. Luke's use code 13GLOBAL to receive a discounted rate. Register at Questions? Contact Kelly Smith at LEAD WHERE YOU ARE: Encourage your organization to participate in the Global Leadership Summit August 8 and 9 at St. Luke’s. Group discounts are available and meeting space can be reserved for your leadership team. Email Dawn Fleming at for promotional material to share with your company’s leaders. NEXGEN WEEKLY PROGRAMMING: High school students, grades 9-12, meet Wednesdays in the Attic (Building C) from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Middle school students, grades 6-8, participate in FUEL Thursdays in the Attic from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Stay up to date with middle and high school programs and events by visiting Contact Laura Turner at with questions. SUNDAY SCHOOL FOR ALL AGES: Sundays TODAY through August 18. •Infants through pre-school age children continue to meet as usual downstairs in Building B. •Summer programming for incoming Kindergarten through 4th grade students is at 9:30 a.m. in the Fellowship Hall. Contact Janet Chambers at to sign up to serve a Sunday during the summer; learn and have fun together with your child. •Merge, for incoming 5th through 8th graders, continues Sundays at 9:30 a.m. in the Attic. High school students can assist with the Elementary program in the Fellowship Hall. Call the Grow office at 407.876.4991 ext. *258 to sign up. •Young adults drop in for Sunday school at 9:30 a.m. in the workroom of Building C (1st floor). This group is studying Adam Hamilton's "Christianity's Family Tree". This video series/discussion will delve into many Christian denominations. •Adults, check out classes listed in the Worship Guide or visit for a complete list. FALL CLASS SIGN UP: A St. Luker commits to Grow and here is your chance. Don’t miss your opportunity to study great content with experienced facilitators, lively discussion and positive growth. Sign up for a life changing study at; sign into Kingdom Builder and register, or you can also register in the Building C Rotunda. SUMMER IN THE LIBRARY: Bring your children to the library in Building A this summer and dive into new books, DVDs, and family books. Fiction books for adults can be found upstairs in Building C. The library is open during normal church office hours. Call us at 407.876.4991 ext. *284. We are here to help! E100: The American Bible Society has selected the 100 most essential passages in the Bible. Join Joline Krolicki and Judy Arndt at 9:30 a.m. in Building B Room 205 as we zip through all 66 books on Sunday mornings. TRACE THE JOURNEYS OF PAUL IN GREECE IN 2014: Pastor Bill is returning to Greece for 8 days starting April 26, 2014 followed by an optional three-day Greek island cruise including Mykonos, Ephesus, Patmos and Santorini. Informational brochures have been placed in the information racks around campus.

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Serve Within Our Community COST OF POVERTY EXPERIENCE (C.O.P.E.): The Cost of Poverty Experience is designed to help participants begin to understand what it might be like to live in a typical low-income family in the U.S. trying to survive month to month. This is a two-hour simulation and debriefing to experience what it means to live a month in the shoes of families who live between 100%-200% of the poverty level. This is a great activity for those who want to do more than talk about the problem of poverty, but want to be a part of the solution and anyone wanting to serve in local missions or on the upcoming Florida City Mission Team. This experience will take place on Sunday, August 11 from 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall and is appropriate for middle school age and up. Contact Meghan Killingsworth at mkillingsworth@ to sign up. GOODWILL DONATION DRIVE: We are collecting donations through the Goodwill Drive from Sunday, August 9 through Monday, August 11. We collect only gently used clothing, shoes and small household items. If you would like to help sort and load please visit for a complete list of times. You will need to enter calendar id 142260 and security code 5839 to logon. CIRCLES CAMPAIGN INFORMATION MEETING: There will be an information meeting Tuesday, July 30 from 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. in Building C Room 200 for anyone interested in learning about the Circles Campaign. Circles is a program that helps individuals build relationships across socioeconomic lines in order to empower families in poverty and change the perception of poverty in our community. LAST SUNDAY TO ORDER BACKPACKS: In the past donors purchased backpacks and supplies at retail prices and filled their own backpack to donate. This year St. Luke’s will purchase pre-filled backpacks at wholesale prices enabling your dollars to go further! Backpacks will be sold in pairs (2 for $35). Donate both or donate one and keep one for your student. Pre-paid orders will be taken between services TODAY in the Welcome Hall of Building C. Contact Megan England at or call 407.876.4991 ext. *238. HELP US COMPLETE THE HABITAT FOR HUMANITY HOUSE: We are coming to the home stretch in finishing construction on our latest Habitat house in Winter Garden. A final push of committed volunteers for construction and to provide and serve lunch is needed. Construction takes place Saturdays from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. at 720 Park Avenue, Winter Garden. To sign up and for details, contact Sharon Briggs at or 407.876.4991 ext. *239. Within Our Church MARKETING INTERNSHIP: Enhance your resume by joining the marketing team and completing an internship with St. Luke’s. Learn about website redesign, event marketing, email marketing and social media! Contact Dawn Fleming at with questions or to submit a resume. HELP WITH RAGTIME: Help sell tickets between all services on July 28, August 4, 11 and/or 18. You can also volunteer to sell concessions Friday, August 16 from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m., Saturday, August 17 from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m., and/or Sunday, August 18 from 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. Please contact Dede Duncan at to sign up. IN-HOME-CARE MINISTRY: The In-Home-Care Ministry provides food for people who are in a crisis situation. Meals are prepared and delivered to the home of the church member. Contact the Care office at 407.876.4991 ext. *262 or TECH VOLUNTEERS: Volunteer to operate video cameras and ProPresenter, our worship presentation software. No experience required. Contact Vince Lepore at to sign up! INSPIRATIONAL WRITERS: Volunteers are needed to write greeting cards for our military men and women, veterans at the V.A. Community Living Facility in Orlando, our shut-ins and to welcome St. Luke’s new members. Cards and postage are provided. Contact Carol Crowley at VOLUNTEER TO HELP WITH RE•DEFINE: Sign up to serve communion, help with prayer stations, ushering, or a mix of all. Contact Bradley Roberts at to get started! CELEBRATION, JOY and EXCITEMENT: Our Children’s Ministries Sunday programming is growing by leaps and bounds. We need extra hands to help! Can you spare an hour once a month during the 9:30 a.m. services to assist as a Servant Minister? Requirements: love God and children. Contact Jayne Andrews at or 407.876.4991 ext. *237 to get connected. IF YOU WANT TO FOLLOW, LEAD!: Are you interested in facilitating a small group this fall? A variety of opportunities and level of commitment exist. Contact God for inspiration and Joline for information. Joline can be reached at 407.876.4991 ext. *264 or

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Worship Guide July 28, 2013  

Welcome to St. Luke's United Methodist Church! We hope that you will use this worship guide as a way to worship, connect, grow and serve wit...

Worship Guide July 28, 2013  

Welcome to St. Luke's United Methodist Church! We hope that you will use this worship guide as a way to worship, connect, grow and serve wit...