Washington, DC, August 06, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- From September 9-11, St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in conjunction with faith-based leaders, 15th Street Presbyterian Church and Foundry Methodist Church will host a three-day community festival. Situated in the heart of Logan Circle, St. Luke’s Festival will bring together faith-based leaders, law enforcement and local businesses.
“The St. Luke’s Festival will further unify the Logan Circle community through song, prayer and community networking,” says Reverend Ray Massenburg Rector of St. Luke’s Episcopal Church. “Our goal is to begin a conversation that transcends race, class, sexual orientation, gender, family status, national origin and all the artificial boundaries that divide our community.”
Festival events will include live music, games, restaurant tastings, and interfaith blessing of Police and Firefighters.
St. Luke’s Episcopal Church
1514 15th Street, NW, Washington, D.C. 20005
Friday, September 9 “Happy Friday” (5pm - 8pm)
Icebreakers church and community
Live Music by Cooler Full of Empties
Saturday, September 10 “Event Day” (10am - 6pm)
Music by Lester and DeVaunté
Sunday, September 11 “Blessing of the Police” (10am - 6pm)
Church Service with Full Choir and Guest Preacher
Interfaith Blessing of Police and Firefighters
Family Day -- Moon bounce, Ice Cream Truck, Face-Painting
For additional information and to volunteer, please contact Mrs. Cathy Motley at the Church Office on 202-667-4394.
About St. Luke’s Episcopal Church
St. Luke's Episcopal Church is a historic Episcopal church located at 1514 15th Street, N.W., in Washington, D.C. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places and further was designated a U.S. National Historic Landmark in 1976. St. Luke’s has been welcoming worshipers from the community and around the world for over 140 years. Rev. Raymond Massenburg is St. Luke’s Episcopal Church’s Ninth Rector.
Contact: Mrs. Cathy Motley
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