Calendar Highlights

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St. Luke's Retreat with Mo. Leandra Lambert, Saturday, March 9, 10:30am - 4:40pm

A day of reflection and prayer. Lunch included. At St. Mary's Church, 26 St. Mary's Road, Shelter Island, NY. Please contact Janie Miller for more information.

Signup and carpooling info sheet available in Hoie Hall. 

Next Sunday we will be restarting the prayer list. If you would like to add anyone, or make sure that a name remains on the list, please contact Tara Brinka at by Wednesday.


Tuesday, February 26, 5-7pm—East Hampton Fire Department Beef Stew Supper. Rear entrance, 1 Cedar Street, East Hampton, NY. Everyone welcome & free for all!


Sunday, March 3—Eucharist Education Classes begin. All students six years and older are welcome to attend. Please see Colleen Stonemetz or any classroom teacher for additional information.


March 6, 2019 is Ash Wednesday. There will be services held at 7am, and 10am. Please join us. Join Fr. Denis and Mo. Leandra for “ASHES TO GO” following the 7 AM service at 7:45—9AM outside Mary’s Marvelous on Newtown Lane & Starbuck’s on Main Street, and then at 11:30—12:30 PM outside Citarella’s on Pantigo Road & The Golden Pear on Newtown Lane. We will begin our Lenten schedule of Morning Prayer on Tuesdays and Thursdays (as well as the usual Wednesday service) throughout Lent, beginning March 7 and concluding with services on Maundy Thursday, April 18. 


Coat Drive to benefit Maureen’s Haven clients. Please bring in new or gently used winter coats (washed or dry cleaned) by March 10th. You can leave them in the coat closet section marked “Maureen’s Haven Donations”. Thank you!


Community Soup Dinner - Wednesday, March 13 at Most Holy Trinity Parish Hall, 5-7pm. This event sponsored by the EH Clericus is open to all. Soups are provided free of charge by some of our best restaurants. Come and join in and make some new friends. 


Saturday, April 13th—Mark your calendars! St. Luke’s Young Adults is hosting it’s first Lenten Quiet Day. Please contact Mother Leandra at for additional information, or to signup!


GETTING TO KNOW YOU: Our congregation is the heart and soul of St. Luke’s. Our Name Tag Program, thanks to the generosity of Steve Patterson, has played a big part in bringing our community even closer together. There is a sign up sheet for St. Luke’s name tags on the Hoie Hall foyer table. To all new parishioners, to those of you who may have misplaced your tags and even for those who may want a ‘spare’ to keep in the car — please sign up and an order will be placed in the near future. Get Your Name Tags. Wear Your Name Tags.

FACE IT: It’s a lot easier to remember people’s names if you have an image of what they look like. That’s why we are asking all parishioners to submit a digital photo of themselves to Tara Brinka at for the 2020 Directory. Another option is to give a favorite photo to us — and we will scan and return it. Thirdly, if you do not have a flattering portrait, see Lys Marigold (10 o’clocker) or email: who will iphoto you until you are pleased.


St. Luke’s is forming a Young Adults ministry group! If you would like to be involved, or just be placed on the email list, please contact Caroline Udelhofen at

Bible Study has resumed. The first of the two-volume work called Luke-Acts, the Gospel according to Luke is the third and longest of the four canonical gospels. During our time together, we will study this gospel as literature, history and theology. Meetings will be in the Vestry Room after the 10am service. For more information, contact Mother Leandra at or 631.329.0990 x18. (Note that Bible study will resume on Jan. 30, 2019.) 

To listen to previous Bible study classes that have been recorded, please CLICK HERE.

East Hampton Food Pantry—Now is a chance to show our thankfulness to God in our generosity towards others for the Thanksgiving season! Please focus your donations on food for the Holiday—sweet potatoes, cranberry sauce, stuffing, carrots, beans, dinner rolls—any and all veggies and trimmings you can think of. Frozen chickens or turkeys can be dropped off directly to the food pantry Mondays through Thursdays. You can leave everything else in the bin in our hallway on Sunday, or drop them off at the office during the week. 


Collection for Maureen’s Haven: Socks for Saints

Maureen’s Haven returns to East Hampton this winter and needs your help. Please support those in need by donating warm & thick work socks, hats and gloves. A collection bin will be placed outside Hoie Hall during the month of November; thank you in advance for your generosity. If you have questions, please call or text Gaby Wessberg at 631-655-2135.


Maureen’s Haven: Volunteers Needed


This winter, Maureen’s Haven returns to East Hampton and First United Methodist Church. Only five dates have been chosen, one each month between November and April, and unlike in the past, we have been asked to co-host with the Methodist Church. The dates are Friday, November 23; Friday, December 28 and Friday, January 25. If you would like to volunteer to prepare supper, join in holiday caroling, be an Inn Keeper or help with laundry: please text or e-mail Gaby Wessberg at 631-655-2135 or

Christian Education classes have resumed.  Registration forms are available in the office or you may contact Colleen Stonemetz at

Stewardship Reminder: 

It’s time to fill out and send in your pledge cards for 2018! Please join us in supporting our church.

Your commitment to the financial stability of St. Luke’s allows us to not only continue to “live our mission” but also to expand that mission.  As the events in our world become more challenging, our work of sharing God’s message of  peace and love has become  even more important.  St. Luke’s means many things to many different parishioners: an oasis of spiritual sustenance, an anchor when we find ourselves adrift in a culture of confusion, and a source of strength where we can be reminded and renewed by the power of God’s love.  Think about what St. Luke’s means to you.  And in the spirit of thanksgiving, join us in supporting the 2018 campaign by making your stewardship pledge.

St. Luke's Altar Guild, St. Luke's Fellowship Committee, and the Outreach Committee are all looking for new members and event volunteers. If you are able to lend your time and talents to any of these committees, please contact Charles Riggi at for the Altar Guild; Janie Miller at for the Fellowship Committee; and Holly Whitmore at for Outreach.


The Mercer School of Theology in Garden City has published its latest catalogue of courses. It is available in church and on the Hoie Hall table.


Brown Bag Lunch program continues. Lunches are prepared and delivered to unemployed day laborers three times a week. We make sandwiches on Thursdays at 9AM in St. Luke’s kitchen for distribution on Fridays and Saturdays.  If you are able to help, please join us on Thursdays or contact Holly Whitmore at 267-7852 or Father Gerardo at (818) 572-7082 or at 


St. Luke’s needs additional greeters for the 8am and 10am services on Sundays. There is a signup sheet for the 8am service on the table outside Hoie Hall. Anyone who might be interested in volunteering for the 10am service should contact Sandy Conklin at 631-324-5387. Your help would be greatly appreciated!

Support St. Lukes Here on the Web Site: Making it easier to support St. Luke’s, here on our church website you can make donations or pledges by credit or debit card online. You may CLICK HERE to go to the section where you can make a pledge or a gift. 

LAUNDRY LOVE PROGRAM IN AMAGANSETT Laundry is a basic need, because clean clothes and clean bedding give a sense of dignity and comfort. In Amagansett, the cost of laundry for a family of four is over $25 weekly. Your donations will help families and individuals in need to ease their family budget. Volunteers to help Fr. Gerardo are welcome. Checks can be made to St. Thomas Chapel, writing “Discretionary Fund” in the memo line. You can ask Fr. Gerardo for more details at 818-572-7082 or

Living Legacy Society For those interested in providing for the welfare and future of our Church, St. Luke’s has a simple bequest program to help you help our Church by designating St. Luke’s a beneficiary in your will, trust or estate with this sample language that may be given to your attorney: “I give, devise and bequeath to St. Luke’s Episcopal Church (insert amount, percentage of estate, nature of gift, or remainder of estate) to be used at the discretion of the Rector and the Vestry (or for a designated purpose).” Those who choose to notify the Church that they have done so, will be gratefully recognized for their commitment as members of the Living Legacy Society.

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