Interfaith Network of Care Needs Your Help!

Be part of the solution: put your faith into action - Interfaith Network of Care, Inc., a Faith in Action Program, www.interfaithnetworkofcare.org  of which our congregation is a member, is currently in need of volunteers. We are looking to recruit additional drivers to assist people and take them to their medical appointments. This could be a great way to help someone else maintain their independence! Don’t you hope others would be there for you if you suddenly couldn’t drive, or broke your hip, or were diagnosed with multiple sclerosis? Be part of the solution-call Interfaith Network of Care today at 732-247-1655. Your commitment could be a few hours a month or more depending upon your availability. We hope to hear from you!

Help - Renovation of St. Mark's Soup Kitchen 

St. Mark's soup kitchen in Keansburg needs renovating, and you can help!  How you can help? Anyone wishing to donate money to the renovation can send checks to St. Mark’s Episcopal Church Center for Community Renewal at 247 Carr Avenue, Keansburg, NJ 07734. Donations of equipment, supplies and labor also are welcome.
For more information on donating or volunteer, call the Rev. Rose Broderick at 732-787-1075 or email saintmarkskeansburg@gmail.com

 Ladies Who Tie Knots

Every Monday except holidays at 12:30 pm - in the Auditorium​

Evening Prayer

 Monday-Friday at 5:30 pm

Join Father Ed in the Chapel for Evening prayer.


Morning Prayer

Every Morning Monday-Friday at 9:00 am

Join Father Ed in the Chapel for Morning prayer.


Participate in Pentecost Service 

Sunday, May 20th 10 am Service

 New to St. Luke’s! Sunday May 20th is Pentecost we would like to enrich our 10 AM service with a creative movement interpretation of the reading from Acts 2.  Brenda Yuro will be coordinating the interpretation.  Children age 5- ADULTS who are interested should contact Brenda:  pentecost@stlukesmetuchen.org

 If you can move your arms and legs and not even at the same time, you can do this!  Brenda looks forward to hearing from you.  

Mission Trip 

2018

Mission Trip: As you may know we have been in a sister relationship with Buen Pastor in Quito Ecuador. We are in the preliminary stages of planning a visit to that parish in 2018. While specific details date, costs etc. have yet to be determined; Fr. Ed is looking to find out who might be interested in going on such a trip. So please let him know either in person or via email. This should be one of many highlights in the coming year. 

St. Veronica's Guild

Meets the Second and Fourth Wednesday of every Month ​

St. Veronica's Guild is a photography club open to persons of all skill levels from the church and community.


Inquirer’s Class 

Sundays at 1pm
Even if you missed the first class you can still come, we will fill you in on what you missed.

Bishop Stokes will be with us on Sunday, October 21 at 10:00 am to Confirm, Receive and Reaffirm. Anyone interested in being Confirmed, the minimum requirement. is to have completed sixth grade. Young people are also asked to write a no more than 1 page letter saying why you wish to be confirmed. Adults who were confirmed in a different denomination or were never confirmed should let Fr. Ed know of your interest as well. Classes will begin in March and will meet once a month until October.

 Exploring Genesis

Sundays, 11:30 am - 1 pm

 The Early Bird Education Hour has moved to 11:30 am!
Please join us as we explore the book of Genesis through Bill Moyers thought provoking series, Genesis: a Living Conversation.

"Genesis was a 10-part series produced to stimulate interfaith dialogue in a democratic spirit. Writers, artists, psychologists, composers, lawyers, college presidents, journalists, translators and Biblical scholars discuss, debate and discover the great stories of Genesis. Genesis logo The stories in the book of Genesis — creation, humanity’s fall, the flood, Abraham and Isaac, Joseph in Egypt, and more — have intrigued and inspired Jews, Christians, and Muslims alike for millennia.
. . .  some of the most passionate and thoughtful Bible discussions ever conducted. In these lively small-group conversations, dozens of accomplished people from all walks of life and many faith traditions bring their unique perspectives to 10 well-known biblical stories. "

  Healing Service  followed by a Bible Study

Every Wednesday at 10:00 am​

Men's Luncheon

First Friday of the month at 12:00 noon at Houlihan's on Rt. 1

All the men of the parish are invited to join in fellowship over a good meal at Houlihans on the 1st Friday of every month.

Book Club 

Friday, May 25 @7:00 pm

 Our Reading Group will (partially!) observe Memorial Day weekend in discussion of a half dozen short stories by WWI veteran Ernest Hemingway.  Through Amazon, The Complete Short Stories of Ernest Hemingway (Scribner) are available in paperback for $8.75.  Copies of the stories to be discussed will be available by emailing or phoning Richard Q. at bookclub@stlukesmetuchen.org.  Two we’ll start with are his “Short Happy Life of Francis Macomber” and “A Clean, Well-Lighted Place”.  

Ladies'  Luncheon

                                Third Friday of the month at 11:30 am at Panera's

All the ladies of the parish are invited to join in fellowship over a good meal at Panera's on the 3rd Friday of every month.


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