Sunday Services at 10 AM.
Sunday Eucharistic services take place at 10 AM and a zoom option is usually available. If there is a programme change, it will be published here and on the church calendar. For the Sunday morning zoom link please contact email@example.com or phone the church at (802) 875-6000 and leave us a message along with your name, phone number and email address.
The 10:00 AM service is generally followed by 'Coffee Hour' in Willard Hall beneath the sanctuary.
Wednesday Services at 5:30 PM.
Wednesday Eucharistic services last about 40 minutes, and take place in the small chapel at the rear of the sanctuary or downstairs in Willard Hall if it gets too chilly upstairs.
St. Luke's Vestry
The vestry of St. Luke's meets every month, on the second Wednesday of the month, at 6:30pm, in Willard Hall. The meetings usually last for exactly 2 hours and anyone is welcome to attend. If you would like a Zoom link to our next vestry meeting, please contact us.
Our phone number is (802) 875-6000.
Our email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
The vestry of St. Luke's is the legal representative of the parish with regard to all matters pertaining to its activities and property. St. Luke's vestry has 9 members, each serving for 3 years. Vestry members are elected at the annual parish meeting which is held in either January or February.. The presiding officer of our vestry is the Rev. Bruce MacDuffie
St. Luke's Lunch Bunch
(1:00 on Mondays via Zoom)
We have decided to read a poem every week. On Monday, we’ll read and share about Monday’s poem and any others that had an impact on us during the week. So, feel free to drop in any time as the discussion will be new every time.
Steve Garness-Holmes, a retired Methodist pastor, writes a poem a day, usually based on the lectionary.
You can subscribe to Steve’s “Unfolding Light” below.
Please contact Belinda (Belinda.email@example.com) to receive an invite.
The reason I speak to them in parables is that
‘seeing they do not perceive, and hearing they do not listen,
nor do they understand.’
I rest the Bible in my lap.
Pick it up again, read again,
set the Bible down.
A moment. Then
I stumble through the parable
one more time.
This is not bad,
maybe even as it should be.
I go out into the woods.
I sit on an old stump and say,
“But what does this mean?”
and laugh at myself.
I sit longer, listening,
and then listening,
till at least I hear the air,
and something inside something
speaks silently to something
Is it any different when I listen
to a neighbor?
I am learning to repent of my certainty,
to simply be mindful
that I don't know,
to keep listening for what I haven't heard.
To receive what is offered
without compulsion to master it,
to grasp, to understand.
Just listen and wonder.
Let the silences speak to each other.
Steve Garnaas-HolmesUnfolding Lightwww.unfoldinglight.net
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October 2, 2023
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St. Luke's Prayer Chain
If you, or anyone you know, would welcome prayers on their behalf, please let any member of the telephone Prayer Chain listed below know.
Marti Assenza (802) 289-2582
Marjorie Carey (802) 875-4235
Lynda Farmer (802) 885-2641
Janice Fielder (802) 885-4688
Janet & Rick Hunter (802) 886-2304
Belinda Whipple-Worth (802) 282-7129
Lillian & David Willis (802) 875-1340
Whomever receives your call will alert the next alphabetical name on the list to start the prayer chain and will reveal as many health details as you wish them to know about to pinpoint all our prayers.