HEALING: Le P, Sharon M, LaRue W, Earl W, Barb Z


  • Deputy EJ Levin and his family at the death of his father.
  • The family and friends of Norma Jean M at her death.




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THE WAY OF THE CROSS: JESUS AND THE DEAD MAN As Jesus draws near the time of his own death on the cross he points us beyond the pain and sorrow of death to the power of the resurrection. Jesus restores life where death reigns and opens the way to eternal life that begins right here and right now. The Way of the Cross is the destruction of death and its power over us now and forever.

BENEVOLENCE FUND The St. Luke’s Benevolence Fund has a long history of helping people in need. In the last three years, this fund has given out more than $270,000! Recipients include: single parents, widows and widowers, people impacted by cancer, covid or other medical issues. We have helped with utility bills, rent payments, car repairs and more. Part of our benevolence assistance helps connect people in need with other resources for additional help. Every dollar of benevolence assistance has been given outside of our church budget! We are grateful for those of you who make gifts to this community impact fund. Currently, our benevolence fund is low on funds. If you feel led to give, please make a gift today. Envelopes are available at the entrance or donate online at

FAMILY EASTER PARTY | Sunday, April 2 | 10:30a-12pm | He is Risen! Let’s Celebrate! Join us in MR 1&2 for a short activity before heading outside for a scavenger hunt around our campus. To RSVP click HERE.

RETURN YOUR DECORATED EASTER EGGS! The last day to drop off your decorated eggs is this upcoming Sunday, March 26. Swing by the church office and turn in your work of art!

EASTER CANDY NEEDED We are in need of candy for our family Easter party. Your donation helps make this a successful event! You can drop off donations of individually wrapped candy at the church office.

EASTER FLOWERS Help us decorate our worship spaces at Easter by purchasing a lily, hydrangea or impatiens. Stop by the church office or order online.

WEDNESDAY LENTEN WORSHIP: THY WILL BE DONE | Wednesday, 8:40am and 7pm | Sanctuary | One more week of preparation before Holy Week. Join us!

TASTE OF OVIEDO | Saturday, March 25 | Oviedo Mall | Don’t forget to stop by our St. Luke’s Lutheran Church and School tent. See you there!

JAM: 7TH & 8TH GRADERS | Friday, March 31 | 7pm | The Floor is lava! Bring your game face for this awesome night of jumping, landing and hopefully not getting burned by lava. Bible study, snacks and competition are in your future.

AFTERNOON LWML | Tuesday, April 4th | 2pm | Lutheran Haven Fellowship Hall | All St. Luke’s ladies are invited to hear about the work of the Samaritan Resource Center. This Orlando organization focuses on the needs of the homeless population. We will hear from a representative as well as a regular volunteer from St. Luke’s. Come and learn more about the help they give. 

MEN OF ST. LUKE’S: 1st annual Men of St. Luke’s Olympics | Saturday, April 29th | 7:30am-6pm | Locations: St. Luke’s, Oviedo Bowling Center and local pool hall | Lunch provided | This will be an all day event! The Olympics will consist of the following events: 75 yard golf pitch, free throw shooting, cornhole, darts, pool and bowling. A $25 deposit is required to hold your place (space only for 20 participants). Sign up TODAY!

FRANKFURT GERMANY Read the latest news from Pastor Schuschke at Trinity Lutheran.

TRANSFER THE BLESSINGS One of your grandchildren has a special health condition. Is it right to apply more gifts to their situation out of your estate gift plan to address those needs going forward, long after the Lord has called you home? Yes, it is!  If you struggle with this topic, you are still being bound by estate gifts as entitlement instead of grace. Our Transfer the Blessings ministry director can help you answer your estate plan questions in person or by video conference. Contact Doug Taylor, at 407-365-3408 or

MITES SUNDAY Sunday, April 2, is your next opportunity to bring in your mites. Your spare change in your LWML mite box goes to mission projects throughout our district and the world, including $30,000 in scholarship grants for Pastoral and Church Worker students in Florida and Georgia. Each month, we’ll share information about where your mites are helping. Just look for the large box on display in the Narthex and in the Founders’ Hall entrance area.

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Weekly Budget……………$55,390
Weekly Actual…………….$47,401
YTD Budget………………$2,275,122
YTD Actual……………….$2,299,728