For the fifth year in a row, St. Luke’s was voted as one of the best in Bloomington – for Place of Worship, Choir and Music Program, and Vacation Bible School! These awards show how much our members and neighbors love our church – and what’s not to love!?
One community with two styles of worship.
One community with four music groups:
St. Luke’s Choir, Jubilee Praise Team, Bells of Praise, and back by popular demand the Children and Youth Choir.
One community welcoming many children to VBS. There are St. Luke’s church members, St. Luke’s Preschool Students, Learning Tree Development Children, children from our neighborhood, with many of them inviting their friends. All of them are loved and cared for by amazing Student Leaders and Adults. It is not only “The Best Week of the Summer!” but the best in Bloomington!!
We are living out our mission:
We are a welcoming and growing community of Faith, busy making Christ known to the world
At the St. Luke’s 2022 Annual Meeting we heard our 2023 Congregational President Mark Bergherr announce that our mission will continue to be our focus for everything we do as St. Luke’s. Joining him on Council for the year ahead are:
Susan Sartell, Past-President
Leah DeSchepper, President-Elect
Paul Sundet, Treasurer
Rani Hayden, Secretary
Britt Halaas, Missions
Nancee Erickson, Worship and Music
Marc Dunham, Property
Diane LaFontaine, Community Life
Tim Krieg, Stewardship
Kerry Kollodge, Faith Formation
Greg Hornicke, Member at Large
In the weeks and months ahead the Council Members introduce themselves during worship, and be available between to meet you.
St. Luke’s Foundation welcomed Jodi Murphy, joining…
Pat Lair, President
Diane Gilmer, Treasurer
Helen Schatzlein, Secretary
and Paul Kopnick
At the 2023 Minneapolis Synod Assembly St. Luke’s will be represented by:
Dan Cinnamon, Mollee Erickson, and Sadie Cinnamon; with Greg Hornicke and Britt Halaas as alternatives if needed.
“For as in one body we have many members, and not all the members have the same function, so we, who are many, are one body in Christ, and individually we are members one of another. We have gifts that differ according to the grace given to us.” Romans 12:4-6a
May we hold all of our leaders in prayer for the year ahead especially the staff who have the privilege to lead the Best of Bloomington:
Greg Anderson, Director of Jubilee Praise Team
Bernie Asher, St. Luke’s Choir Director
Angela Hanson, Director of Children and Youth Choir
Lori Murray, Organist and Accompanist
Alanna Teragawa, Director of Bells of Praise
Emily Schoeller, Director of Children and Family Ministry and Vacation Bible School
Give God the Glory!