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St. Luke Parish is located just north of the Seattle city limits, in Shoreline, Washington.  St. Luke was established more than 50 years ago, and is the spiritual home for more than 1300 families.

Father Brad Hagelin has served as Pastor since July of 2013.

If there is something specific you are unable to find on our website please contact the office, and someone will be happy to help!

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Flocknote Raffle (Ends November 13)

Fr Brad says “Bring your Cell Phone to Church”.  St Luke CP has decided to communicate with parishioners using a service called Flocknote.  Flocknote doesn’t require you to use a special app or download any software.  You simply sign up via email or text.  You can choose what types of messages you receive and you can make changes or discontinue at any time.  Flocknote also allows the parish to get feedback from you!  You can join Flocknote at any time by texting StLukeCP to 84576 or signing up using the website.  Be sure to complete the process when you receive your text or email confirmation message.  There will be support in the auditorium after all weekend masses through Nov 12th for anyone who would like help getting signed up.

 

The Flocknote Early Bird gets the worm
Or rather a chance in a raffle.  The winner has the choice of:

  • Dinner at Spiros for 4 with Fr. Brad and Fr. Parrish,
  • A “cut in line” pass for Confession
  • A $100 Scott’s or Spiro’s Gift Card

(Just make sure you complete the sign up process on or before November 13th to be eligible for the raffle.)

Question of the Week

Question of the Week – “Who do I need to forgive?”

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Join us every week for a new question.  Whether you are a long time parishioner, or just visiting, we’d love your participation by leaving a comment below.

Forgiveness can change and transform us.  God’s forgiveness can be extended to other people.  This week’s question: Who do I need to forgive?

You can also comment using the form below (you may have to click on “Continue Reading”), and come back later to see what others are saying.

 

Question of the Week

Question of the Week – “How do we invite Christ into our life?”

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Join us every week for a new question.  Whether you are a long time parishioner, or just visiting, we’d love your participation by leaving a comment below.

Coming to the cross means leaving the isolation of our own autonomy, and entering into communion with Christ. This is difficult, like Peter found in today’s Gospel, when we find things we don’t want to hear. Jesus embodies the path of the suffering servant for his disciples.  This week’s question: How do we invite Christ into our life?

You can also comment using the form below (you may have to click on “Continue Reading”), and come back later to see what others are saying.