Newsletter - The Steeple - Ann Bell, Parish Secretary.
The Steeple newsletter
is published once a week. It provides a weekly
calendar of events and news of the parish, plus other
valuable and timely information about our members and
activities of interest to everyone at St. Luke's.
Articles for The Steeple must be submitted to the church
office no later than noon on Tuesdays. The newsletter
is mailed out on Wednesday every week. Current and
previous Steeples are posted on this website.
List - Ann Bell, Parish Secretary
The Parish Office
maintains a prayer list, which is used in all of the
liturgies of the week - Holy Eucharist and Morning Prayer.
Only first names are used in the Prayers of the People in
order to maintain confidentiality. Unless otherwise
specified, names are rotated off after four weeks.
Names can always be resubmitted. Call the Parish
Office with requests, 918-336-1212, or send an email to
Prayer Chain – Thelma Blackburn and Richard
St. Luke’s also provides an “email prayer chain” which
includes people who will incorporate special prayer requests
in their daily prayers. These requests will often
include more information concerning the specifics and
circumstances of the need for prayer. On occasion
there will be updates concerning the prayer request.
The Prayer Chain often includes people beyond the parish and
are linked to other Prayer Chains. If you need prayers
for yourself or others and want to be included in the Prayer
Chain, please call the church office, 918-336-1212 or write
and specify that you want your request on the Prayer Chain.
Emergencies – Fr. Stephens
If you have an emergency situation and need to contact the
Rector, call the church office at 918-336-1212. After hours,
the answering machine will give you the Rector's phone
number which is 397-3683. This number is also listed on the
back page of the weekly
Appointments – Fr. Stephens and
Personal appointments are made directly with staff members
including Fr. Stephens. If they are not available when you
call, please leave a message. Fr. Stephens is interested in
meeting with people as needed, but an agreed upon time and
place is helpful. His email address is
– Ann Bell, Parish Secretary
There are numerous bulletin boards in the main hallway of
the church with an abundance of useful information regarding
activities and opportunities at St. Luke’s and in the
community. These include St. Luke’s Young Disciples youth
group, Episcopal Church Women (ECW), Lay Ministry Schedules,
Upcoming Events, CONCERN, missionary activities and various
community events of interest.
pamphlets – Fr. Stephens
These pamphlets were developed as a means of communication
“from the pew.” If you are visiting St. Luke’s, new to the
community, needing information about the church, have a
prayer request, concern or question you are urged to fill
out the pamphlet and simply place it in the collection
during the service. The information will be passed on to the
clergy or the church office.
Explore the links in St. Luke's web. Information is
available concerning the Diocese of Oklahoma, The Episcopal
Church of the USA (ECUSA), The Book of Common Prayer, and
much more. Start by trying this
list of links and this
list of Spiritual Aids