Saint Lucas Lutheran

Church, School, Pre-K and Child Care in Bay View, WI

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Geoff Gurgel's Letter

The Gospel is the Good News that Jesus has rescued us from our sins through His life and death on our behalf. Now, in thankfulness, it is our joy to live in Him and follow Him. Geoff Gurgel, a member of the study committee, shares some joyful and heartfelt thoughts about the privilege of growing in our walk with Jesus. 

 

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Preschool Positions Available

POSITIONS AVAILABLE IN THE SAINT LUCAS PRESCHOOL

St. Lucas Pre-School is currently seeking a before-school teacher and an after-school teacher for the 2017-2018 school year.  Hours are Monday – Friday 6:00 -8:00 a.m. or 2:00 – 6:00 p.m.

These positions begin the first week of August, 2017 and will continue through June of 2018.   The two may be combined if an individual is interested in both the morning and afternoon positions.

The right candidate must be reliable, flexible, have experience preparing weekly lesson plans, as well as be able to lead a multi-aged classroom in a structured environment, with little supervision.

Candidates with teaching experience are encouraged to apply, but would also consider training the right individuals who may have less experience.  Salaries are based on education and experience. Interested individuals should call the Director to set-up a time for an interview at 414-486-0589 or email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

 

 

"13 Reasons Why"

Please click on the link below to read an article about "13 Reasons Why" shared by Sarah Reik from Wisconsin Lutheran Child and Family Services. 

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An Introduction to Jeremiah

Beginning on Saturday, April 29th, the Open the Book daily Bible readings move into the book of Jeremiah. Here is an excerpt of the introduction to the book of Jeremiah written by Eugene Peterson, who wrote the reading translation of the Bible in contemporary English called The Message.

 

“Jeremiah’s life and Jeremiah’s book are a single piece. He wrote what he lived, he lived what he wrote. There is no dissonance between his life and his book…This is important to know because Jeremiah is the prophet of choice for many when we find ourselves having to live through difficult times and want some trustworthy help in knowing what to think, how to pray, how to carry on.

Jeremiah’s troubled life spanned one of the most troublesome periods in Hebrew history, the decades leading up to the fall of Jerusalem in 587 B.C., followed by the Babylonian exile. Everything that could go wrong did go wrong. And Jeremiah was in the middle of all of it…He experienced it all agonizingly and wrote it all magnificently.

What happens when everything you believe in and live by is smashed to bits by circumstances?...Anyone who lives in disruptive times looks for companions who have been through them earlier, wanting to know how they went through it, how they made it, what it looked like. In looking for a companion who has lived through catastrophic disruption and survived with grace, biblical people more often than not come upon Jeremiah and receive him as a true, honest, and God-revealing companion for the worst of times.”

 

Join others at Saint Lucas in reading through the book of Jeremiah for the next four weeks. The reading schedule can be found at openthebook.org. It is also emailed on Monday morning each week. Let God speak to you through His Word!

 

Easter Food Baskets Available

The Saint Lucas Food Pantry distributes Easter Food Baskets to those in need on Saturday, April 8.  Please donate non-perishable food items like jelly, canned and dried fruit, low-sugar cereal or oatmeal, spaghetti sauce, peanut butter, canned chicken or tuna, pasta/rice helpers, pancake mix & syrup, dried and canned beans, nuts, spices.  Cash donations are also welcomed to cover the cost of fresh items like hams, bagged potatoes, eggs, carrots, and rolls.  Thank you for your generosity in support of the Food Pantry!

Please click here to register if you are in need of a basket. 

Please click here to volunteer.

 

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(414) 483-9122

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2 Year Reading Plan for the Bible (NIV)

Please join us in our goal to read the entire Bible over a 2 year span of time.

2 Year Reading Plan of the Bible (NIV 1984)

The Today's Light Bible helps individuals and groups read and study the entire NIV Bible in just two years, breaking the readings down into manageable daily portions that can be completed in just 15 minutes or less. Brief devotions based on the text help readers understand and apply that day's Scripture selection to their lives.

Get your copy from the Church or Church Office and/or click on OPENTHEBOOK.org to read or hear the current chapters.