As you may recall, our 5-3-1 Challenge was a part of the Equipping Disciples portion of our year-long vision plan. We asked you to pray for 5 people, invite 3 to an event at St. Luke’s during Lent, and bring 1 with you to Easter. We have exciting news for you, it was a huge success! We heard from many of how life-changing your prayers were for those in your lives. We also saw a record number of people invited to events happening around St. Luke’s. And, we had over 1,000 new people attend Easter services, Eggstravaganza, and the Teen Responders workshop. Additionally, we had over 6,000 attend Easter services online and in-person. Wow! It was incredible!
In May, we are officially launching St. Luke’s Midtown—former Broad Ripple UMC (Please note that services will begin in December)! We announced in January that we will be taking over this property as a new campus of St. Luke’s and we will spend May promoting ways you can be involved. I ask you to pray for those devoted servants who have kept their church in Broad Ripple going all these years. They are loving, hard-working saints and we hope they will want to join us at St. Luke’s. If you're interested in being a part of the Launch Team, we're looking for 100 devoted St. Lukers who will commit to building this church and attending together for the next 18 months. You can learn more at stlukesumc.com/midtown.
Sunday, May 22
Join us next weekend as we celebrate our Creation Care Ministry. We will be highlighting St. Luke’s recent opt-in for AES Green Power (Indiana wind power) and similar renewable energy options for all church-goers as well as an outdoor Electric Vehicle Showcase co-hosted by Motor-EV. You can also stop by Door 6 to pick from an array of beautiful plants and flowers provided by Sowers. Proceeds go to Sower's Garden. You can learn more at stlukesumc.com/adults and sign up for the newsletter at stlukesumc.com/creationnewsletter.
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