Events and News


New Member Gathering, October 1st

Sunday October 1st, after worship, in the conference room. All are welcome to learn more about St Luke, it’s history, the Presbyterian church and what it means to be part of the Reformed tradition. Should you choose to become a member, we will celebrate you in worship on an agreed upon date.

Annual Fundraiser a SUCCESS

Thank you to all who came to our Luau fundraiser - it was a huge success!  A big thank you to our chefs: John Lenser, Michael Baranowski, George Livingstone, and Erich Miller.  All the many hands that helped decorate, set up, clean up, and work behind the scene.  The many donations of silent auction items, purchase of silent auction items, and cash donations were very much appreciated and will go toward the many needs of our church!

Coming in November - Pizza and Theology

A once month meetup for pizza and discussion on a given subject.  We will ask questions, give opinions, discover and grow together over theological subjects and scripture. If you would like to be involved please email Nicole so she can try to come up with a night that suits the majority’s needs. 

Women's Spirituality Group

Join Rev. Nicole for a Women’s Spirituality Group meeting on Friday mornings from 9:00-10:00am. Each week, we will gather in the conference room where Nicole will lead us with scripture or some other meaningful piece of writing as a jumping off point followed by a time of meditation.  It is through practice we deepen out faith. The “what we do, see, feel” matters.. The “how we listen, look, and communicate” becomes the stuff life and faith is made of.

Bible Study, Wednesday's from 9:30-10:30am

Welcome back! We are meeting again every Wednesday from 9:30 to 10:30am for a look at the following Sunday’s scripture up close. Email Nicole to be added to her weekly Bible study email.

Women's Association

Regular monthly meetings are now held the second Thursday (new day) of the month.  The next meeting is October 12th at 1:00pm in the Bayview room.  Preparations for The Christmas Tea on Friday December 1st will be discussed at the October 12th meeting. All are welcome to attend.

For more information please call Jean McKechnie at 415-454-4449 email OR the church office at 415-454-2705



Deacons Happenings:


Our October Deacon ministry will be a Diaper Drive!  Right now, all sizes, NB-6, wipes and diaper cream are needed by families with babies/toddlers at Homeward Bound’s Shelter for families with children at Oma Village. Bring diapers to the church by October 22 if possible. Please use the green pew envelope to donate or for information contact and to find out more about Homeward Bound:

Rotating Emergency Shelter Team ~ November 2017 thru April 2018 schedule for REST (Rotating Emergency Shelter Team): The first Friday of each month ~ November 3rd, December 1st, January 5th 2018, February 2nd, March 2nd and April 6th.

Prayer Shawl Ministry ~ Please direct all requests for Prayer Shawls to Carol Mayer (415) 456-8163

Marin Food Bank ~ Good News! As of March 27, we donated 216 pounds of food-enough for 180 meals. Please continue to bring Canned Tuna, Canned Chili, Canned Bean and Jars of Peanut Butter.

Also, St. Luke cooks provide monthly meals to Mill Street, a shelter of Homeward Bound of Marin.  Contact Stacy Bischoff for more information.

Welcome First Time Visitors!

The deacons have a welcome gift for all first-time visitors to St. Luke - a St. Luke coffee cup engraved with our logo and website address.  These cute cups filled with goodies will be passed out at the Sunday worship services!

If you would like your own St. Luke coffee cup - they are for sale at $10 for one or $15 for 2.  They make excellent gifts too!  Ask a deacon how you can be a proud owner!

Memory Garden Bricks

While enjoying our beautiful memory garden you might be wondering, 'how can add a personalized brick to the pathway?'.  Well it is never too late to purchase a personalized brick for the memory garden.  Bricks are $100 and you may order them through Laura Hislop.  Funds raised help toward the upkeep/maintenance of this garden

 An Extra Can is All We Ask

Please help support those who are going hungry in our community by dropping off your food barrel donations.  Suggested items are: canned fruit, vegetables, meats and juices, dried fruit and nuts, dried pasta, peanut butter, soups, etc.  During Lent, we will have special requests for items so look for those in your bulletin.

For more information on how you can donate go to the Marin Food Bank website at  Please no glass jars.  

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