Blessing of the Animals, Saturday, October 5, 2019

Blessing of the Animals

A Blessing of the Animals is Saturday, October 5, 2019, 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. at St Luke’s United Methodist church, Bluffton, South Carolina.

Blessing of the Pets

A ceremonial blessing of companion, agricultural, and service animals occurs throughout the world, for example, Australia, Canada, Scotland, Spain, and the United States. Our companion pets, agricultural, and service animals are a blessing to us, join us in blessing them. Owners and animals of all faiths are welcome!

To view a copy of a flyer program that you can download, print, and share with others click here.

Blessing of the Bikes, Saturday, October 26, 2019

Blessing of the Bikes

Blessing of the Bikes

A community Blessing of the Bikes and Bicycles is Saturday, October 26, 2019, 9:00 – 11:00 a.m. at St Luke’s United Methodist Church.
During this annual tradition riders of motorcycles or bicycles will receive blessing from Rev. Brian Preveaux for safety during the coming season. Rev. Preveaux will conduct a ceremony for each motorcycle and bicycle rider to start and continue the Fall season. Drop by with your favorite motorcycle, bicycle, tricycle, unicycle, cartike, or any bike to be blessed.

Blessing of the Bikes

All who come with their motorcycles and bikes will be given “I Was Blessed” stickers to place on them. Treats and bottled water for everyone will be provided.

Blessing of the bikes sticker

Many thank to those who come, support, participate, serve to make this ministry for St. Luke’s UMC successful and special and thank you Pastor Brian for the blessings! May all who will receive these blessings feel Jesus each time they are on their bikes and share the blessing they receive.

To view a copy of a flyer program that you can download, print, and share with others click here.

A thank you message from Sherri Mims, Associate Director of Church Relations/Executive Assistant to the President, Epworth Children’s Home

We would like to say thank you for participating in the Epworth Children’s Home Mother’s Day offering. Epworth relies heavily on the offerings received on Mother’s Day to provide the quality care God calls us to provide to the more than 70 children who currently call Epworth home, in addition to the children we serve through our community-based services.

Thank you for your support of our children, God’s children, and for enabling us to change their lives for the better. Invest. Care. Transform. Investing in comprehensive care transforms the life of a child.

American resourcefulness churns into a sweet cause – Epworth Ice Cream!

Epworth Ice Cream Delivered

Sunday, April 28, those attending St Luke’s United Methodist church had a sweet treat, sampling Epworth Ice Cream immediately following the 8:30 and 10:00 a.m. services.

Epworth Ice Cream Served

Epworth Ice Cream Delivered by Marc and Damon

Epworth Ice Cream was born in Columbia South Carolina during the Great Depression. Subsidized with a surplus of peanut butter, orphanage staff relied on the government ration in countless meals. However, none became as popular as its infusion with fresh cream from the onsite dairy. Today peanut butter ice cream is the flagship flavor in a product family where 100% of profits benefit the Epworth Children’s Home, helping children and families live a better life.

Enjoy Epworth Ice Cream

South Carolinians can purchase and enjoy 4 flavors available at 31 retailers and 3 restaurants throughout the mid-land area including the University of South Carolina in Columbia.

Remember, every ounce supports Epworth Children’s Home!

Brian and Joy Holy Land Trip

Holy Land Presentation

Sunday, May 19, 2019 Brian and Joy shared their time in the Holy Land with pictures and description of their journey walking where Jesus walked! From the members of St Luke’s, thank you Brian and Joy!


(Page Last Reviewed or Updated: 4-Sept-2019)