Events Calendar for
Spring cleanup around the St. Luke's campus has arrived! You can choose from two dates: May 9th and/or May 23rd. We will begin at 9:00am and finish at Noon. There are bushes to be removed, new plantings and general post winter repairs to accomplish.
Saturday, May 23rd
The Arts Guild of St. Luke's is presenting their 14 annual
Youth Arts Festival
There will be Music - dancing - vocalist - Poetry - Art and Lunch.
Incentives for musicians, singers , dancers and poets
$25 for (1) performer
$50 for (2) performer
$75 for (3) performer
For more information please call Lloyd Lyons at 215 658 0933
March 25th, 2020
A Parish Directory Update
A note from Lifetouch, the company that will be doing our parish directory: "All photography scheduled to take place before August 2, 2020 has been cancelled." The company will contact us after June 14th to reschedule.
Together Toward Tomorrow.
An excellent presentation at our annual meeting by Richard. St. Luke's Capital Campaign began in 2019 and we have met our goal for 2019 of $100,000. Our five year capital campaign will raise $500,000 toward the maintenance of our buildings and campus. You are invited to participate with your donation. Please speak to any of your Vestry members or your clergy, and Thank You!
The grant for repairs to our organ/trumpets has been approved!!!! Partners for Sacred Places, and the Playing and Preserving project staff "are pleased to inform you that our team has decided to approve your application request for funding on behalf of St. Luke's, Germantown in the amount of $10,000! We are thrilled that the resources available through this program will go to support your stewardship of St. Luke's important historic organ."
Episcopal Legal Aid
St. Luke's is glad to be in partnership with Episcopal Legal Aid. You will find contact information and their available services below.
EPISCOPAL LEGAL AID is also open for business to answer your legal questions or assist with legal problems. Call us at 610-709-6665 or send us a message at email@example.com.
Because the Pennsylvania Supreme Court has closed all courts (except for some emergency matters), no evictions will take place until after April 3. Also, there will be no hearings or meetings on family court matters. However, you can still get protection from abuse orders and protection from sexual violence and intimidation orders. Agencies are available to assist with this process.
If you lost your job or were put on furlough due to the coronavirus, you may be eligible for food stamps (SNAP), Medicaid, cash assistance (TANF) or heating bill assistance. But you can't go to county assistance offices because they are closed. You can apply on line at www.compass.state.pa.us, or call Benephilly at 844-848-4376.
Many immigrants can get medical assistance for Coronavirus treatment. It is unlikely that applying with harm your immigration case. Emergency medical assistance is available in Pennsylvania for COVID-19 testing, and you will not need to give any information about your immigration status in order to obtain it.
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