- St. Lukes, MHA Dog Treat Program Expands Nationwide
As printed in the Post-Journal on 10/11/21 Dogs across the nation are now enjoying a locally made treat thanks to a partnership between the Mental Health Association and St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in Jamestown.
- St. Luke’s To Host Service For Health Care Workers
Printed in the Post-Journal on 10/11/21 To ensure that people will continue to appreciate the role health care workers are playing during the COVID-19 pandemic, St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in Jamestown will be hosting a celebration for medical personnel.
- Repairs To St. Luke’s Bell Tower To Start Next Spring
As printed in the Post-Journal on 10/4/21 Water damage due to the original design and construction of the 1894 structure will lead St. Luke’s Episcopal Church officials to fund a $900,000 project to fix the top two levels of its bell tower.
- Thanksgiving Day Service
Eucharist means Thanksgiving! What better way to celebrate Thanksgiving\ than by giving thanks to God? Join us for meditative and joyful music and holiday themed homily. Sorry…communion will NOT be holiday-themed…no turkey flavored wafers.
- Veterans Day Service
Join us for our annual celebration of Veterans Day with American Legion Ira Lou Springs Post 149. After a 11am ceremony on 3rd and Main Streets, we begin the service at 11:11 to commemorate the session of the Great War. We remember those who have served by lifting our voice in prayer and song.
- MHA/St. Luke’s Art of Recovery Exhibit is Well Received
Twenty-two pieces of art were on display at the recent Art of Recovery Exhibit presented by St. Luke’s Episcopal Church and the Mental Health Association in Chautauqua County (MHA).
- St. Francis Blessing of the Animals
Please mark your calendar, tell your friends and grab your leashes, tanks and cages… St. Luke’s Episcopal Church will be having our annual St. Francis Day Blessing of the Animals on Sunday, October 3th at 4pm.
- Western New York church partners with farmers market for food ministry
St. Luke’s Church in Jamestown, New York, is not just trying to change the way the city eats, it’s trying to change the way it thinks about food.