Women Outward Bound Screening and Q&A, March 16
Mar
16
7:00 PM19:00

Women Outward Bound Screening and Q&A, March 16

On Thursday, March 16, at 7:00 pm the award winning documentary, Women Outward Bound, will be screened at St Luke. This historic first Outward Bound course for girls in 1965 broke barriers, changed history and changed the lives of these now women—forever. Many different threads of life contrasted then and now run through the film. Filmmaker/director, Maxine Davis, will be present for Q/A along with other persons featured in the film including St Luke member, Lynn Cox.

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Adult Education, March 5
Mar
5
9:15 AM09:15

Adult Education, March 5

March 5 – How to Live Beyond the Election, Todd Pointer

9:15 am in the East Room

What affects our ability to bridge differences both politically and personally? (A developmental look at conflict management) 

 

Todd is an MA Licensed Psychologist with over 25 years practicing in clinical, corporate, and educational settings. He has experience helping people develop themselves by recognizing and expanding strengths, establishing better boundaries, and setting limits. He has experience with 12-Step programs, family systems theory, and helping people out of the cycle of debilitating shame.

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Fat Tuesday Pancake Dinner, February 28
Feb
28
6:00 PM18:00

Fat Tuesday Pancake Dinner, February 28

Fat Tuesday Pancake Dinner, February 28, 6 - 7:30 pm
Fat Tuesday, also known as Shrove Tuesday, is the last day before Lent begins and in some traditions is marked by a Mardi Gras celebration, served with pancakes! Join us at St. Luke for our own style of Mardi Gras and Pancakes at our Pancake fundraiser to help with costs for Ghost Ranch. Along with pancakes, we will have activities for all ages and all-around merriment!

Confirmation families and mentors – your attendance is necessary! Please see the sign up on Lori’s office door and mark the best times for you and/or your family!

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Adult Education, February 26
Feb
26
9:15 AM09:15

Adult Education, February 26

February 26 & March 5 – How to Live Beyond the Election, Todd Pointer

9:15 am in the East Room

What affects our ability to bridge differences both politically and personally? (A developmental look at conflict management) 

Todd is an MA Licensed Psychologist with over 25 years practicing in clinical, corporate, and educational settings. He has experience helping people develop themselves by recognizing and expanding strengths, establishing better boundaries, and setting limits. He has experience with 12-Step programs, family systems theory, and helping people out of the cycle of debilitating shame.

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Joint Religious Legislative Coalition, February 23
Feb
23
5:00 PM17:00

Joint Religious Legislative Coalition, February 23

Thursday, February 23, join us at the Joint Religious Legislative Coalition (JRLC) briefings on issues we care about at the Legislature this year. Agenda for 2017 is Moving Families into Economic Stability.  This interfaith event includes a meal, inspiration, issue briefings, and appointments to visit your legislators. This will also be your chance to see the newly renovated Capitol Building. Register online www.jrlc.org. For more information or carpooling: Katie Williams katiewilli@aol.com

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