Annual “Messiah” Concert Voices of outstanding professional soloists will reverberate throughout Bridges Hall of Music when the Claremont Symphony presents their annual Community Sing of Handel’s “Messiah.” Mark the date: Sunday, December 17, 2017 at 1:30 p.m. and again at 4:00 p.m. Doors open 30 minutes before the concerts. Bridges Hall of Music is located at 150 E. 4th Street (4th & College) in Claremont. No tickets or reservations are necessary. The concert is free. If you plan to sing the Messiah choruses, bring your own score. Scores can be purchased on site at cost for $10 or rented and recycled for $5. Many people choose to listen in the balcony. Passenger drop off is on 4th Street in front of the hall which has a handicapped ramp on its west side. Free parking is available on the streets to the west or in the new parking structure at 1st Street and Columbia Ave. Handicapped parking is available on Bonita Ave., in the Sumner Hall lot one block east, and in the new parking structure.
Christmas Choral Festival Dawn Hayes-Stewart and Lonnie Stewart warmly invite all of our St. Luke brothers and sisters to the Sixth Annual Christmas Choral Festival at Grace of Calvary Glendora on Sunday, December 17, 6:00 p.m. This is a service of Scripture and song woven together by congregational Christmas carols, choral anthems, instrumental pieces, soloists and small groups. Grace of Calvary is located at 804 E Foothill Blvd. in Glendora, on the corner of Foothill and Glenwood. Look for the large lighted marquee and turn south. The doors are open for you, and you are so very welcome to join us!
Giving Tree St. Luke is sponsoring a "Giving Tree," for the children of our congregation. Each participating child fills out a "wish list" (please return by December 10th to Jilma Seals or Rosemary Scheu). The wish "ornaments" will be placed on the tree in the rear of the sanctuary. Church members will select an ornament from the tree on December 17th and return a gift by Sunday December 24th @ the 10 am service. This is a small way to give back to the great St. Luke kids who have blessed us so much throughout the year.
Siblings Francesca, Adam, and Natalie Castillo with Pastor Tim
Lutheran Women Missionary League (LWML)
Adopted Children Project through World Vision
supports two children in Sri Lanka
Our committedpledge is $26 per child each month – your continued support is needed throughout the year! Your gifts are used to help meet World Vision’s goals for children and their communities dealing with hunger and will provide things like: rice, flour, biscuits, chickens, goats, sheep, clothing, school supplies, playgrounds, basic medicine, and Bibles where welcomed.
Inquiries or comments may be directed to Hal Shimmin, Congregation President: firstname.lastname@example.org