St.Luke's Episcopal Church
Blue Ridge, Georgia

Current and Upcoming Events at St. Luke's

New Class "Journey in Faith: Exploring the Anglican Way" - Tuesday February 20

      The Rector's "Journey in Faith: Exploring the Anglican Way" class will meet Tuesday, February 20. This class will focus on the "History of the Church". It will complement previous classes on The Way In: Baptism and Confirmation, The Faith of the Church and The Worship of the Church.

Mr. Morgan is happy to provide those unable to attend class sessions with the PowerPoint slides being used in the course. In addition, he is happy to provide a copy of two books being read in conjunction with classroom instruction: Basic Christianity by John Stott and The Ways and Teachings of the Church: A Course of Instruction by Lefferd M.A. Haughwout.

2018 ECW Bible Study - Wednesdays

      A Bible study entitled "David" continues at noon in Thomason Hall on this and each succeeding Wednesday. Information regarding the purchase of workbooks will be forthcoming. If you have any questions, please contact Judy Brooten who will be the facilitator.

AARP Tax Preparation - Starts Friday, February 2

      AARP volunteers continue to offer tax preparation assistance to seniors and others in Thomason Hall at St. Luke's. Tax preparers will be present each Tuesday from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. and Fridays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., starting on Friday, February 2 and continuing through Friday, April 13. Service is provided on a first-come, first-serve basis. For more information, contact Steffanie Laven at 770-312-2258.

Volunteers with Wheels

      St. Luke's Men's Group is seeking additional drivers - male or female - to assist with transporting St. Luke's parishioners to medical appointments, etc. Following a request, an appeal goes out to members of the pool who are free to volunteer for that day. For more information, please contact Joe Brandon at 706-258-7339.

Safe Choice, Items Needed

      Initiated last year, and much appreciated by the grateful recipients, the ECW will once again be accepting donations of diapers, new or gently used baby clothes, baby blankets and other baby supplies (wipes, bottles, lotion, powder etc.) for the Safe Choice Pregnancy Center in Ellijay. A basket will be placed in the Narthex for your donations.

St. Luke's Men's Group

      All St. Luke's men are members of the Group and your ideas for future projects, and service and fellowship opportunities, as well as constructive recommendations, are solicited and appreciated. Please contact Neil McDonald at for further information.

News From The Knitting Guild

      For your comfort during the service, the Knitting Guild has placed a couple of shoulder/lap wrap blankets in the "old organ" area for use during the church services when one is in need. Please use, enjoy and replace after use.

Ushers Needed

      People are needed to be ushers for the 10 a.m. service. If you would like to serve as an usher or have any questions on being an usher, please see Dewey Cates for more information.

Coffee Hour Volunteers Needed

      We're looking for volunteers to make coffee and clean up on Sundays after the 10 a.m. service. If you are able to help, please sign up on the sheet provided in Thomason Hall.

North Georgia Community Action Agency - DONATIONS NEEDED

      North Georgia Community Action Agency has requested a helping hand for the needy of Fannin county. They need paper and soap products as well as canned and dry food items. Please place your donations in the narthex and the church will see that they are taken to the North Georgia Community Action Agency.

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