Blogs2018-07-31T13:01:20-05:00

1309, 2018

Making the Move, By Gwen and Ken Ennis

We were scared and anxious. Would we be able to make any friends or enjoy fellowship at another church, in another city, in our 60’s no less?!  There were so many unknowns in our future life. We had decided to move to Houston from Memphis, Tennessee, where we […]

1309, 2018

What will you die (or live) for?

Please come this Sunday, September 16, to our Fall Gathering: Catch the Vision event in the Fellowship Hall at 6:30 p.m. The Get Connected Fair will be held just before and after, beginning and 5:30 p.m. We will be looking together at St. Luke’s dreams and goals for […]

709, 2018

New Beginnings, by Jennifer Gould

I have such vivid memories from my childhood of the end of summer and preparing to go back to school. New school clothes, new shoes (just one pair—imagine that!), new school supplies, new classroom, new teacher, sometimes even a new school. I remember being so excited for that […]

709, 2018

Fall Kickoff

Our inside-out habits: We pray. We study the Bible. We make friends. We tell our stories. We give ourselves away in generosity and service. Friends, It’s Fall Kickoff Sunday at St. Luke’s! (Cheers from the crowd.) I hope you plan to be here. I am beginning a new […]

3108, 2018

The Hijab and The Cross, by Anne Whitlock

In 2016, as the new founding director tasked with creating a connected community in Gulfton/Sharpstown with four non-profits – St. Luke’s United Methodist Church, KIPP Public Schools, YMCA and Legacy Community Health – I spent the first several months meeting everyone I could. But what I heard over […]

3108, 2018

Race and Culture

Our inside-out habits: We pray. We study the Bible. We make friends. We tell our stories. We give ourselves away in generosity and service. Friends, this Sunday I look forward to introducing you to Dr. Maria Dixon-Hall, preaching in our morning worship services. Dr. Dixon-Hall is an African […]