St. Luke "Community" U.M.C. - Dallas

Welcome to St. Luke "Community" United Methodist Church' official page in Dallas, TX, where we are "Reaching Up to God & Out into the Community."

We are a church committed to continuing our mission of reaching up to God and out into the community. We do this though our mission, vision, and core values. We Celebrate: • Our African Heritage and Culture Dynamic Transformational, Spirit- filled Praise and Worship. We Embrace: • Diversity and Inclusiveness. • The Caring and Nurturing of "The Village”. We Educate Through: • Reflective Study of the Scriptures. • Supporting Academic Excellence & Higher Education. We Dedicate Ourselves To: • Community Involvement. • The Struggle for Liberation & Social Justice. • A Lifestyle of Stewardship, Prayer, and Spiritual Discipline. • The Making of Disciples for Jesus Christ. • A Ministry of Excellence.

Mission: St. Luke is called to proclaim the gospel, transform lives and make disciples for Jesus Christ.

Good morning Saints! As we continue to pray for a mighty move of God to heal our land, join us in celebrating 87 years in ministry. Even though we can't celebrate as one body together, we can share our St. Luke memories to uplift and bring joy during this time. Post your prayers, videos, pictures, or even your favorite sermon. Happy Anniversary St. Luke!

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Upper Room Disciplines for April 3rd, 2020

Today's Devotion: Psalm 31:9-16

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This is not the first time we hear David cry out in the Psalms. He seems constantly to be in some sort of distress. Not only does he continue to ask God for help; he also continues to trust that God will deliver him. In short, David believes.

I hope I'm never in such a sorry state as David is here, wasting away in body and spirit, despised by those around him. I hope I never feel surrounded by that kind of terror, my life threatened with such intensity.

Certainly, though, I can relate to David in less dramatic fashion when I've felt overwhelmed by forces outside my control. When my father was dying and I wasn't sure I could get to Mississippi from Tennessee in time to say goodbye. When I was felled by a mysterious illness that defied diagnosis and landed me in the hospital for four days. Yes, I cried out to God. But I'm not sure I trusted that I would be delivered from anything. It's a weak spot in my faith. I doubt whether God will respond; or maybe I'm afraid God's answer won't match my expectations.

This passage reassures me, as I hope it does you. For even in the deepest dark, God is there for us. Even when we feel like a "broken vessel," cast aside and shattered by aspersions, God is there.

The Japanese have a practice of repairing broken pottery with a metallic compound that adds glimmer to the vessel. Kingsugi, which means "golden repair," turns a cracked pot into a vase veined with gold. This process honors the flaws instead of hiding them, just as God does for David in ancient times and does for us today. David trusts this promise, and we would do well to follow suit.

TODAY'S PRAYER
Lord, help me trust you as much as David trusted you to deliver him from his distress. Remind me that you can repair the cracks in my life. Amen.

By Amy Lyles Wilson

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SCRIPTURE OVERVIEW
The Liturgy of the Palms readings prepare us for Palm Sunday, when Jesus enters the city of Jerusalem in triumph. The psalmist celebrates the one who comes in the name of the Lord, who is celebrated with palm branches. Matthew then tells the story of Jesus, who enters Jerusalem in this way and is greeted with joy, such that the crowds quote Psalm 118. The Liturgy of the Passion points to the end of that week and the coming suffering of Jesus. Isaiah and the psalmist describe being treated with contempt, beaten, and rejected. In reciting the earliest known Christian hymn, Paul in Philippians emphasizes how Christ surrenders his glory and is subjected to humiliation and death. Matthew recounts the passion of the Messiah, who is rejected as the prophets have foretold.

upperroom.org This is not the first time we hear David cry out in the Psalms. He seems constantly to be in some sort of distress. Not only does he continue to ask God for help; he also continues to trust that God will deliver him. In short, David believes. I hope......

Let's partake in The Great Thanksgiving this Palm Sunday. Set out your communion elements (use bread or crackers and a grape beverage) and watch or listen to our worship experience. We will virtually consecrate and celebrate the Sacrament of Holy Communion together.

Our weekly Sunday live remote worship begins at 9:30 A.M. Watch it here on Facebook, online at livestream.com/slcumc, or by phone on our prayer line, 218.339.9798, pass code 75223#.

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Upper Room Disciplines for April 2nd, 2020

Today's Devotion: Isaiah 50:4-9

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Categorized as a "servant song," this passage introduces us to a servant who has been faithful to God to an impressive degree. Despite having been reviled by his peers for such devotion, the servant stays true. Just as God will remain committed to us, so the servant remains committed to God. He listens, hears, and responds. He warns the people of the consequences of defying God and instructs them to change their ways, the ways of the world. He encourages them with hope. There are blessings here for you if you choose to follow God instead of humanity.

Because the servant has experienced "insult and spitting" and other indignities firsthand, he will be well-situated to "sustain the weary with a word." He has been there. I suspect he is able to listen to others tell their hard stories. I believe such holy listening is one of the purest ministries we can offer our fellow pilgrims. Surely we can all recount times in which being listened to by a spiritual companion made a difference for us. Or maybe you've been that sacred container for someone else.

I think this servant might be my new hero. He does as God instructs, doesn't wimp out when he is abused, and respects the power of language-my kind of guy.

When considering this passage, I'm drawn to revisit Psalm 19:14, "Let the words of my mouth, and the meditation of my heart be acceptable to you, O Lord, my rock and my redeemer." Knowing when to speak-and what to say-and when to listen is an art we all can learn. God shows this servant how it's done, and God can show us too.

TODAY'S PRAYER
Instill in me a servant's heart, Lord, so that I listen when others turn away. Fortify me so that I can stand up to opposition, all the while turning my ears toward you. Amen.

By Amy Lyles Wilson

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SCRIPTURE OVERVIEW
The Liturgy of the Palms readings prepare us for Palm Sunday, when Jesus enters the city of Jerusalem in triumph. The psalmist celebrates the one who comes in the name of the Lord, who is celebrated with palm branches. Matthew then tells the story of Jesus, who enters Jerusalem in this way and is greeted with joy, such that the crowds quote Psalm 118. The Liturgy of the Passion points to the end of that week and the coming suffering of Jesus. Isaiah and the psalmist describe being treated with contempt, beaten, and rejected. In reciting the earliest known Christian hymn, Paul in Philippians emphasizes how Christ surrenders his glory and is subjected to humiliation and death. Matthew recounts the passion of the Messiah, who is rejected as the prophets have foretold.

upperroom.org Categorized as a “servant song,” this passage introduces us to a servant who has been faithful to God to an impressive degree. Despite having been reviled by his peers for such devotion, the servant stays true. Just as God will remain committed to us, so the servant remains committed to......

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Upper Room Disciplines for April 1st, 2020

Today's Devotion: Matthew 21:1-11

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After reaching the Mount of Olives on their way to Jerusalem, Jesus instructs two disciples to get a colt and a donkey from a nearby village. They do as they are told, and soon people are gathered as Jesus enters the city. Those in attendance have spread their coats and some tree branches on the ground as an act of homage. But Jesus from Galilee is a different kind of ruler, both in appearance and in manner. Jesus concentrates on his status as servant because it has been foretold that the Messiah will come in humility.

The city is unsettled as Jesus enters, but he is undaunted by those who oppose him. Even though he knows he is journeying toward his death, he comes as the Messiah. In other words, Jesus has a job to do, and he is doing as his Father commanded.

We too are called to follow God's instructions. Even if we don't understand why we are being sent to a neighboring village for farm animals, there will be a reason. For Christians, real understanding takes place in the heart and soul. In today's culture, though, with its emphasis on forging one's own path and do-your-own-thing mentality, it can be a challenge to take the backseat, to let God drive.

I won't bore-or depress-you with how many times I've taken control when I should have just experienced the ride. Learn from my mistakes, and let God do what God does best.

TODAY'S PRAYER
Help me, O Lord, to follow your lead, even when I don't understand on an intellectual level. Blessed are those who follow your way. Amen.

By Amy Lyles Wilson

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SCRIPTURE OVERVIEW
The Liturgy of the Palms readings prepare us for Palm Sunday, when Jesus enters the city of Jerusalem in triumph. The psalmist celebrates the one who comes in the name of the Lord, who is celebrated with palm branches. Matthew then tells the story of Jesus, who enters Jerusalem in this way and is greeted with joy, such that the crowds quote Psalm 118. The Liturgy of the Passion points to the end of that week and the coming suffering of Jesus. Isaiah and the psalmist describe being treated with contempt, beaten, and rejected. In reciting the earliest known Christian hymn, Paul in Philippians emphasizes how Christ surrenders his glory and is subjected to humiliation and death. Matthew recounts the passion of the Messiah, who is rejected as the prophets have foretold.

upperroom.org After reaching the Mount of Olives on their way to Jerusalem, Jesus instructs two disciples to get a colt and a donkey from a nearby village. They do as they are told, and soon people are gathered as Jesus enters the city. Those in attendance have spread their coats and some tree branches on th...

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Upper Room Disciplines for March 31st, 2020

Today's Devotion: Psalm 118:19-29

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Praise and thanksgiving continue in these latter verses of Psalm 118, and once again we are called on to express our appreciation for God's steadfast love and abiding protection.

Many of us have heard preachers open their Sunday sermons with words from today's reading: "This is the day that the Lord has made; let us rejoice and be glad in it." Any day we're with God is worthy of celebration. On this day, the psalmist is rejoicing in salvation-for himself and for Israel-that the Lord has provided.

The two verses before this one are familiar as well. Jesus quotes Psalm 118:22-23 while telling a parable in Matthew 21. As Christians, we understand the psalmist to be foretelling that God declares the One rejected by religious leaders as the One above all others-Jesus is the "chief cornerstone." You don't have to know much about construction to appreciate that the first stone set when laying a foundation is important. Without a stable, well-placed cornerstone, a building can't stand the test of time. Without a firm foundation in Jesus, people will sin and nations will fall. Likewise, without a fixed faith in something beyond himself, the psalmist would have been crushed by his enemies. Now he is granted admission into the Temple to give thanks, and he cries out for the "gate of the Lord" to be open so that the righteous may pass through it.

In addition to being words of thanksgiving, these verses can offer us a cautionary tale: Think long and hard before you cast aside something-or someone-on which you might need to rely later. Don't concern yourself with public opinion, and instead mind the ways of God-for therein lies your salvation.

TODAY'S PRAYER
Thank you, God, for the stable foundation our faith provides. Amen.

By Amy Lyles Wilson

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SCRIPTURE OVERVIEW
The Liturgy of the Palms readings prepare us for Palm Sunday, when Jesus enters the city of Jerusalem in triumph. The psalmist celebrates the one who comes in the name of the Lord, who is celebrated with palm branches. Matthew then tells the story of Jesus, who enters Jerusalem in this way and is greeted with joy, such that the crowds quote Psalm 118. The Liturgy of the Passion points to the end of that week and the coming suffering of Jesus. Isaiah and the psalmist describe being treated with contempt, beaten, and rejected. In reciting the earliest known Christian hymn, Paul in Philippians emphasizes how Christ surrenders his glory and is subjected to humiliation and death. Matthew recounts the passion of the Messiah, who is rejected as the prophets have foretold.

upperroom.org Praise and thanksgiving continue in these latter verses of Psalm 118, and once again we are called on to express our appreciation for God’s steadfast love and abiding protection. Many of us have heard preachers open their Sunday sermons with words from today’s reading: “This is the day that th...

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Upper Room Disciplines for March 30th, 2020

Today's Devotion: Psalm 118:1-2

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The Psalms-a collection of prayers and hymns from throughout Israel's history-offer a variety of emotions, from sorrow to joy, despair to gratitude. Many of us turn to this book of the Bible when we need consolation or want to express our appreciation. This psalm is devoted to praise and thanksgiving. The psalmist celebrates the steadfastness of God's love. Using a call-and-response format, the psalmist invites others to join him in giving thanks.

To be steadfast means to be firm in belief or in place. A tall order, to be sure, but certainly one that describes the relationship God offers us. God will always be; God will not desert us or fall short.

How have you experienced God's steadfastness?

Before I go to bed on Saturday nights, I write a gratitude list for the preceding week. From family dinners to finished manuscripts, lunch with a friend to a walk around the lake, I note the sacred-in whatever form I encountered it-that graced my days. It's an evocative reminder of how God is revealed to me, over and over again, on a regular basis. And it's a nice lead-in to my attending worship on Sunday mornings.

Another practice I've adopted is to stop when I see something that brings the awesomeness of God to my attention. When I pause for a purple sunset in the mountains of western North Carolina or a middle-aged woman helping her elderly mother at the grocery store, I take a deep breath and say, "Thank you, gracious God, for this." Maybe I utter it out loud, or maybe I meditate on the words silently. Either way, it just takes a few seconds, and it grounds me in gratitude.

How might you respond to God's steadfastness today?

TODAY'S PRAYER
Gracious Lord, thank you for staying the course with me. Knowing you'll always be there, no matter what, is a great comfort. Amen.

By Amy Lyles Wilson

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SCRIPTURE OVERVIEW
The Liturgy of the Palms readings prepare us for Palm Sunday, when Jesus enters the city of Jerusalem in triumph. The psalmist celebrates the one who comes in the name of the Lord, who is celebrated with palm branches. Matthew then tells the story of Jesus, who enters Jerusalem in this way and is greeted with joy, such that the crowds quote Psalm 118. The Liturgy of the Passion points to the end of that week and the coming suffering of Jesus. Isaiah and the psalmist describe being treated with contempt, beaten, and rejected. In reciting the earliest known Christian hymn, Paul in Philippians emphasizes how Christ surrenders his glory and is subjected to humiliation and death. Matthew recounts the passion of the Messiah, who is rejected as the prophets have foretold.

upperroom.org The Psalms—a collection of prayers and hymns from throughout Israel’s history—offer a variety of emotions, from sorrow to joy, despair to gratitude. Many of us turn to this book of the Bible when we need consolation or want to express our appreciation. This psalm is devoted to praise and thank...

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[03/27/20]   Coronavirus: Out Of Work? These Places Are Hiring

WHERE TO FIND WORK

WORK IN TEXAS— an online job matching and workforce services system. Designed for job seekers, students, case managers, employers, training providers, workforce professionals, and others seeking benefits and services. The system provides fast access to a complete set of employment tools on one website. https://www.workintexas.com/vosnet/Default.aspx

WORKFORCE SOLUTIONS GREATER DALLAS— One of the largest nonprofits in Dallas, their mission enters on providing competitive solutions for employers through quality people and for people through quality jobs. Click the link and scroll down to find their job board. https://www.wfsdallas.com/

TEXAS WORKFORCE COMMISSION COVID-19— The workforce commission has set up a COVID-19 resource page for job seekers.
https://www.twc.texas.gov/news/covid-19-resources-job-seekers

GET SHIFT DONE— Connecting the affected hospitality workforce with local non-profits to serve and provide hunger relief to North Texas communities. https://www.getshiftdone.org/link-download-mes

COSTCO— has opened up a seasonal hiring period to help with the increase in demand. https://www.costco.com/jobs.html

PepsiCo— The company said it will hire 6,000 full-time, full benefit workers across the U.S. in the coming months.https://www.pepsicojobs.com/main/

TOM THUMB/ALBERTSONS–Stores are looking for approximately 30 additional workers for all 98 locations across the metroplex. Positions available include stocking, front end, delivery, e-commerce pickers, delivery drivers for e-commerce. You can apply online or in-store by speaking with a store director. https://www.albertsonscompanies.com/careers/tom-thumb-careers.html

KROGER–More than 6800 hundred jobs are listed on the job site nationally. Right now there are around 240 in the greater DFW area.
https://jobs.kroger.com/

ALDI— Looking to fill 5,000 temporary positions and taking on 4,000 new permanent workers for stores and distribution centers. https://jobs.kroger.com/

INSTACART— This gig-economy company is hiring 300,000 workers who shop at grocery stores for its customers then deliver the goods to their house. https://shoppers.instacart.com/

POSTMATES— With the increase in delivery service they are in need of “fleet members” to deliver groceries, takeout and more.
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CVS— plans to immediately fill 50,000 jobs across the U.S. company needs more store associates, home delivery drivers, distribution center employees, and customer service professionals. https://jobs.cvshealth.com/?prefilters=none&CloudSearchLocation=none&CloudSearchValue=none

WALGREEN’S— The company has announced it will be adding 9,500 full- and part-time and temporary roles in stores across the U.S.
https://jobs.walgreens.com/

AMAZON–Nationally hiring 100,00 new roles in fulfillment centers and in its delivery network. The company is also increasing hourly pay for United States workers by $2/hour. https://blog.aboutamazon.com/operations/amazon-opening-100000-new-roles

WALMART— plans to hire 150,000 temporary workers to keep up with demand. https://careers.walmart.com/

WALMART DISTRIBUTION CENTER— supply chain jobs at Walmart are also available. https://careers.walmart.com/distribution-centers-and-drivers/distribution-centers

TARGET–9000 jobs are currently listed nationally. The job site lists round 230 jobs for the greater DFW area. https://corporate.target.com/careers/

DOLLAR GENERAL— The low-cost retailer plans to double its typical hiring rate and hire 50.000 workers by the end of April. https://www.dollartree.com/careers

FAMILY DOLLAR— With the company suspending online orders due to COVID-19 the chain is in need of employees to work in retail locations. https://jobs.papajohns.com/

DOLLAR TREE— Hiring cashiers, stockers, warehouse associates, part-time and full-time management nationwide.https://www.cbsnews.com/news/hiring-700000-jobs-immediately-unemployment-economy/

AHI FACILITY SERVICES–AHI is looking for people to fill janitorial roles. The company cleans several businesses in North Texas and beyond.

PAPA JOHN’S— The pizza chain is planning to add an additional 20,000 new workers. With “most” applicants starting on the same day. https://jobs.papajohns.com/

PIZZA HUT— Hiring for more than 30,000 jobs nationwide. Available jobs include drivers, cooks, shift leaders, restaurant managers and call center workers.https://jobs.pizzahut.com/

DOMINO’S— Has also announced it is hiring. https://jobs.dominos.com/dominos-careers/

7-ELEVEN— Nationally the store chain is planning on adding an additional 20,000 workers to keep up with demand. Jobs include delivery people for the new 7NOW delivery app. https://careers.7-eleven.com/careers/home

NORTH TEXAS FOOD BANK— Hiring for the warehouse and drivers.
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BRIGHTSPRING HEALTH— Looking for individuals who want to work in the healthcare industry. https://rescare.csod.com/ux/ats/careersite/1/home?c=rescare

2020 CENSUS–According to a United States Census Bureau spokesperson, the government is still looking for people to apply to fill a temporary census. https://2020census.gov/en/jobs.html

St. Luke History: A Caring Community Church

The St. Paul Mission Church was the first name given to the church in 1933. It was organized through the vision and help of the historic St. Paul Methodist Church which still stands in the Arts District of downtown Dallas. Rev. Nathan Pinkard designated as the first pastor in 1933. It said that Rev.Pinkard walked the streets of Spring Ave, Wahoo, and Baldwin with a hymnbook and a Bible asking neighbors to visit and become a part of the ministry of the little church that met in a nearby community gathering place. Through prayer and persistence, the church started to grow by caring for others and showing Christian love. The annual conference assigned Rev. Dale Hansboro as the pastor in 1935. Rev.Hansboro continued the struggle to bring a Methodist church to East Dallas.

In 1937 the Rev. M.L. Reed was selected to serve as the pastor. His tenure was the longest of all the pastors during the first 20 years. During his administration, the Mission Church progressed from a small storefront church to a small building built by the congregation. In 1941, a fire destroyed the building but not the determination of this committed group of Christian. They met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mc Lewis until their church repaired. After several years of continued work a red brick structure at Wahoo and Spring Ave. was completed in1945. In the late 1950s, the name changed to St. Luke Methodist Church. While the congregation was still tiny in numbers, it was a solid Christian force in the community. Led by Rev.Glover Thomas, the vision was to build toward the future by assessing all possibilities for church growth in the community.

The 1960s proved to be an exciting period in the life of the striving congregation. Under the leadership of Rev.J.R. Caruthers, St. Luke continued to serve the community. In 1965, the Lord sent his servant Dr. T. B. Echols as the 14th pastor of St. Luke Church. Dr.Echols soon realized the great potential God had provided to St. Luke for growth. He noted that the lay persons were young, caring and involved. His ministry filled with dynamic community programs for children and youth utilizing lay members as Christian leaders.

On July 14, 1974, St.Luke held its first services at the R.L.Thornton Freeway location under the newly anointed leadership of newly appointed Pastor Zan Wesley Homles, Jr. He also added the word “Community” to our name to proclaim to the world that St. Luke Church would always work for our Lord Jesus Christ through community service. After 27 years of dedicated service to St. Luke church and the community, Pastor Holmes retired in 2002. Pastor Tyrone Gordon appointed as the senior pastor of St. Luke “Community” United Methodist Church in July 2002 and served until February 2012. St. Luke Church has completed a series of mission trips; Brazil in 2004, and to the continent of Africa to Zimbabwe and Zambia in 2005. St. Luke mission trips have included New Orleans, 2006; Africa 2007; Mississippi in 2008; Galveston 2009 and the Bahamas in 2010.

In 2007. St. Luke purchased the Youth and Children’s Center located just across the south parking lot to enhance the space available for activities for children and youth of the church. With the help of great Christian Church members and leaders, the mortgage on the main building was fully paid in February 2011.

St. Luke is the Mother Church to recently chartered The Village UMC, Desoto Texas, Rev. Derek Jacobs, lead pastor. The Rev.Dr. Henry L. Masters, Sr. was appointed pastor of St. Luke “Community” U.M.C. in July 2012 and retired June 2014. As Senior Pastor Dr. Henry Masters, Sr. revitalize the youth ministry and Disciple Bible study ministries. In July 2014, Dr. Michael Bowie, Jr. appointed as Senior Pastor of St.Luke.

St. Luke continues its mission to make disciples for Christ into the21st century. St. Luke continues to give thanks to God and to follow the great commission: “Go and make disciples of all nations baptizing them in the name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit.

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"St. Luke" is a church with active and exciting ministries serving the community. Sunday Worship Celebrations: 8:00 am & 11:00 am Church School: 9:45 am Wednesday Night Live 6:00 pm 5710 East R.L. Thornton (I-30 & Winslow) * Our Mission * St. Luke is called to proclaim the gospel, transform lives and make disciples for Jesus Christ. * Our Vision * Through the Holy Spirit, God is calling us to ministries of excellence which embrace and nurture children, youth, adults, and families to reach their God-given potential; to be advocates and prophetic voices in the "community" for all oppressed peoples. **************************************************** PLEASE VISIT OUR "EVENTS" and other tabs for more information about what's going on at "The Luke!
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