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New Member Inquiry Class, February 7th

 All interested in becoming a member are welcome to an informational gathering on Sunday, February 7th after worship. You will learn more about the history of St Luke, the Presbyterian Church, and the Reformed tradition.  Grab your coffee and donut and meet in the conference room.

 SCOUT SUNDAY - February 7th, 10:00am

Cub and Boy Scouts will lead this worship service where we celebrate our charter relationship with the boys past and present who dedicated their time and energy in service to God.

FAT TUESDAY FEAST - February 9th, 6:00pm

The night before Lent begins, this traditional celebration is a night to eat rich and delicious food together in community. A true Potluck here in the Bayview room. A good time for neighbors and children of all ages to come and get to know one another.  For more information, email:

Upcoming Events for the Greater Community at St Luke.

No need to be a member or regular attender. ALL are welcome.

WRITING YOUR MEMOIR - 4 Sundays- Feb 21, 28, March 6, 13- 11:30am-12:30pm
Terrence Glass, professor and screen writer, will lead the class through guided easy steps to record your memoir. Memoirs are shorter than autobiographies and hone in on the most meaningful scenarios of your life. They draw the reader in to understanding and knowing how you’ve become the person you are today. Please email to register or 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

It is not 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 building of this garden


An Extra Can is All We Ask

Don't let your fellow neighbor go hungry.  Please help support those who are suffering 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.  Please no glass jars.  For more information on how you can donate go to the Marin Food Bank website at

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