Choir members making a joyful noise to the Lord along with angels. church Kearney
Summer camp for the younger members of our church.
Red Sand in the sidewalks, a reminder that human trafficking takes place in many of the very places we walk each day.
EFM is a course of study developed and proctored through the Seminary of the South. It is designed to provide lay leaders in the church a sure foundation in Old Testament, New Testament, Church History, Theology and Ethics. It is a four year course with yearly registrations.
The Scouts meet regularly at St. Lukes and hold a Pinewood Derby race every year. Scouts are also recognized every year in our Sunday morning worship on Scout Sunday.
Celebrating St. Patrick's Day at St. Luke's. Foot-stompin’ fun for everyone, door prizes, a bit of the blarney and corned beef and cabbage, too.
Our Chancel Choir leads the congregation in hymn singing, provides anthems that support the message of the day, and calls the community to worship at the beginning of the service and following the passing of the peace.
Our five member Band provides the contemporary music for our worship, and works seamlessly in concert with our organist, a virtuoso of classical and ancient worship music, to bring a balance in our worship of God through music.
Saint Lukes provides a team of drivers and deliverers for Meals on Wheels. It is a ministry of health and compassion that meets the nutritional needs of the homebound, but also the need for human contact.
On Sunday mornings our younger children receive age appropriate teaching in the midst of the principal worship service through the "Children and Youth Sermon," after which they are dismissed to explore the theme more thoroughly with their teachers. After stretching their legs, they return to the principal service for Holy Communion.
Wednesday evening is reserved for Adult Bible Study as well as youth and children study programs. A Women's Bible Study is also meeting on Saturday mornings.
This committee consists of Greeters, who meet worshipers and the door to welcome them and to insure they have the bulletin for our worship; Guides, who sit with newcomers to answer questions and guide their participation; and Ushers, who direct seating needs when necessary and the flow of the congregation during communion. When necessary we may also have parking attendants
Our Building and Grounds committee sees to the maintenance and upkeep of our entire campus, inside and out schedules routine maintenance, and makes creative improvements.
The Columbarium Committee maintains an inventory of urns, keeps record of the niches that hold remains, the niches that are empty, but have been sold and the niches that are available to parishioners for purchase. They also maintain the three columbariums at St. Lukes.
The committee consists of Mother StephAnnie, Marilyn Musick, Todd Thalken, Brian Bottsford and they meet once a month to develop worship music that speaks to everybody and praises the Lord
The labyrinth set up for Pentecost in the fellowship hall prayers prayer time church Kearney
Communion on the 4th Sunday of the month at St
Mount Carmel at 930am every Thursday.
Every Friday at 5pm in the chapel at Good Samaritan Hospital.