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The Weekly View - June 23, 2022

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  • Mission & Volunteer Opportunities
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Dear St. Luke Community,

I want to extend a big THANK YOU to Janie Spahr for being a part of the service last Sunday.  It was a wonderful service that juggled and celebrated Father’s Day, Juneteenth, and Pride Celebration!  We have held a lot these last weeks as we have been listening to the Spirit among us.  And we will continue to follow the Spirit of God as we move into the summer and beyond.

This week we will join together for a more peaceful and meditative service of prayer for Healing and Wholeness.  This will be an opportunity to lift up prayers for ourselves, our families, and the larger community.  This abbreviated service will allow those who wish to attend to participate in John and Stacy Bischoff’s Celebration of Life at Peacock Gap at 11 am (see below for more information).

As always, please contact me via phone (831.207.7356) or email  ( ).  I am happy to meet folks over coffee, tea, food, or just for a walk in the sunshine.

Peace be with you,
Pastor Andrew

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The Weekly View - June 16, 2022

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Dear St. Luke Community,

“You Are Loved.”

That is the message we are sending to all those who drive by our church during Pride month.  We are putting into practice what we say, that ALL God’s children are welcomed and accepted in our community.  We have done that by partnering with the Marin Flag Project (which we heard about last week) that supports LGBTQ+ youth in Marin County.  

This Sunday we will hear from Rev. Dr. Janie Spahr. Janie has been in ministry in the Presbyterian Church for 48 years and was executive director of The Spahr Center, a non-profit community agency serving Marin's LBGTQ+ community and for those in Marin living with and affected by HIV/ AIDS. Janie also served as St. Luke's seminary intern in the late 1960s. Now she is the “volunteer” coordinator of Trans HeartLine, which our St Luke congregation supports by making delicious meals for our transgender friends following their affirmation surgeries.

This works out well because next Sunday (6/26/22) St. Luke will be providing food for the Trans HeartLine house! There will be five guests and we will provide the usual staples like eggs and bread, snacks, easy-to-prepare meals, some premade meals, salad makings, fresh fruit yogurt, etc. - see the details below. And let’s be honest, providing food is a perfect way to remind people that, “You Are Loved.”

As always, please contact me via phone (831.207.7356) or email ( ).  I am happy to meet folks over coffee, tea, food, or just for a walk in the sunshine.

Peace be with you,
Pastor Andrew

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The Weekly View - June 9, 2022

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Dear St. Luke Community,

I want to give another big THANK YOU to all those who brought our Pentecost service to life:

  • Thank you to the amazing Worship Committee for all the decorations and balloons.
  • Thank you to the musicians and liturgist for leading the joyful celebration. 
  • Thank you to all of you who participating in bring the scripture to life by throwing balloons in the air, waving pom poms in the air, and making noise like you had drunk too much sweetie. (Acts 2)



I also want to say thank you to all those who showed up this morning to help Sanzuma pack food bags for the community. We packed 100 bags with fresh veggies and had a lot of laughs while doing it.


This Sunday is Trinity Sunday and we will, once again, talk about the Spirit of God.  Carolina from Redwood High School will be joining us to talk about the Marin Flag Project.  I look forward to seeing you there as we continue to practice being prophetic and listen to the prophets among us.

Peace be with you,
Pastor Andrew

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