"We Gather Together To Ask The Lord's Blessing"

Dear Parishioners, Friends and People of St. Luke’s,

I’m writing to you with a prayer in my heart for each of us, for the physical and spiritual well-being of each of us, and for the physical and spiritual well-being of St. Luke’s Church.  Hopefully, we are all safe in our masked and distanced bubbles, but we are always a congregation, a people of God gathered together in God’s hands and in the heart of God.

“Sing praises to His Name; He forgets not His own.”

In addition to how we are living our daily lives, I expect there are also changes occurring within us. Perhaps we are developing a deeper spiritual discipline and a robust ability to wait patiently upon our Lord.  Or, perhaps we are drifting away from spiritual or religious practice and have taken up binge watching television, video gaming or reading novels on Sunday mornings.  Perhaps we’re a little bit more fearful now.  Perhaps we’ve been struggling with loss, loneliness or boredom. Perhaps, we’ve not filled that space and time with anything, and are waiting for the correct time to come back to our red doors again.  Perhaps we are learning to trust God more deeply to carry us and provide for us.

Whatever your current situation, I invite you to remember St. Luke’s. Consider what God's call is to you, and what your pledge to the outreach and worship, to the spiritual and physical
well-being of our St. Luke’s might be.  I ask that you pray God to guide you in your decision. Sometimes God will surprise us when we listen.

“Thou, Lord, (are) at our side, all Glory be Thine!…

Beside us to guide us, our God with us joining

Ordaining, maintaining, His Kingdom divine.”

Belinda Whipple Worth, Stewardship Chairperson

For the Vestry of St. Luke’s

To send a gift or donation:  


Make your check payable to:  

St. Luke’s Church with a memo, 

“Stewardship Campaign.” 


Mail it to:

Marti Assenza

Attn: Pledge Treasurer

1463 Spring Hill Road

S. Londonderry,

VT 05155