Latest News and Events

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  • Midweek Update

    To view our latest Midweek Newsletter, CLICK HERE

  • Scroll Monthly Newsletter

    To read our April edition of the Scroll, CLICK HERE

    To read a scroll from any of the past 12 months, click here

  • Lenten Reflections with Pastor Heidi and Pastor Eric

    In the spirit of deepening our spirituality in relationship with one another, Pr. Heidi and Pr. Eric pose some questions to one another in a video series for the 5 weeks of Lent. Each Tuesday evening in Lent, a video link will be released on Facebook. The very short videos are meant to foster thought and maybe even some conversations of your own. 

    Video for Week One

    Video for Week Two

    Video for Week Three

    Video for Week Four

  • Lenten Soup & Study

    Lenten Soup & Study; Wednesdays remaining in Lent (March  22 & 29), 6:00-7:15 p.m. The study and conversation time will use an ELCA study curriculum called “Civic Life & Faith.” Please sign up on the bulletin board to bring soup or bread.

    Watch Video from Session One Here

    Watch Video from Session Two Here

    Watch Video from Session Three Here

    Watch Video from Session Four Here

    Watch Video from Session Five Here

    Watch Video from Session Six Here

  • Blood Drive

    Blood Drive; Friday, April 14, 12:45-5:45 pm. Sign up in the Narthex or at 1-800-RED-CROSS (733-2767). Blood donations are always needed. Food donations are also needed as well as volunteer staff to run the drive.

  • Hebrew Bible Study

    Running Monday nights from Fall 2022 to Spring 2023, at 7 pm via zoom, Mitch Robinson will be facilitating a course on the Hebrew Bible. It will consist of 2 parts. One is a basic overview of the Hebrew Bible and will use lectures by Shaye Cohen of Harvard and Christine Hayes of Yale. The second part is from the Hebrew Bible to Judaism, From the Old Testament to Christianity using lectures by Shaye Cohen.

    For more information and to register your interest please contact Mitch Robinson at or (860) 440-3477. Newcomers are always welcome! 

    Winter/Spring 2022-2023 Schedule: Hebrew Bible Schedule

    Class notes: Introduction to the Old Testament (Hebrew Bible) (Yale University Fall 2006)

    Class notes: From the Hebrew Bible to Judaism, Fr

    Class Notes: The Hebrew Bible_ Syllabus and Notes

    *Sessions are recorded and uploaded to our YouTube Page each week for everyone to view. 

    Last year's class sessions (2021-2022) can be found in this YouTube Playlist: Here

    This year's class sessions (2022-2023) can be found in this YouTube Playlist: Here

  • Transgender/gender-nonconforming support group

    St. Luke is host to a Transgender/Gender-Nonconforming Support Group. They meet on the first Thursday of every month from 5:30pm to 7pm at St. Luke Lutheran Church. Pizza is provided. The group is open to Teens, Adults, and Allies. You can share feelings, experiences, and get information from other TGNC people. For more information contact Pam Gray at

  • Join the St. Luke Email list

    To join the St. Luke mailing list and receive a weekly Wednesday email with announcements about upcoming events and other important updates, Click Here

  • St. Luke on YouTube

    Find us on YouTube for online worship and for other resources. St. Luke Channel

  • Pledge Cards

    Click Here for your 2023 Pledge Card.

    Once you have filled it out, please save it to your computer and then email it to You may also print it and mail it to the church:

    St. Luke Lutheran Church, 1830 Route 12, Gales Ferry, CT  06335.

  • RaiseRight Gift Cards

    Are you interested in purchasing gift cards for a special occasion? Or do you know which stores you will frequent as you shop for others? Consider ordering your gift cards through RaiseRight (Formerly known as SCRIPT). Buying gift cards this way, gives a percentage of your purchase to St. Luke to fund St. Luke ministries. Here are the cards available: See Crystal Dame or Pat Robbins after Sunday worship, and they can order what your need.