Campaign Update

St. Luke’s staff and lay leaders have been hard at work to move the projects of the Transformed Capital Campaign forward. While our generous congregation met our original goal of $23,050,000, the cost of the projects has grown to $33,204,037 due to the increased cost of construction (both labor and materials) for the Community Center building, as well as rising interest rates for the construction loan.

To date, 80% of the funds are committed: 70% through our amazing congregation and 10% in grants from two community foundations: the David Weekley Family Foundation has committed $250,000 along with a challenge grant of an additional $250,000 specifically to support the new Community Center, and the J.E. & L.E. Mabee Foundation has made a $2,000,000 challenge grant for the Community Center. We continue to seek funding to make our campaign goals a reality through other community grant-making foundations.

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A Transformed Message from Dr. Tom Pace

The Bible’s story of God’s love for us begins in a garden but it ends in a city – the City of God. Here at St. Luke’s United Methodist Church, all our family of ministries share the same vision – A City Transformed by the Love of Jesus. We believe we are here for a reason: to be sent by Jesus, motivated by his love, to bring about God’s preferred future for the city in which we have been placed, and to invite people to be a part of the City of God. Houston is our primary mission field. God tells the prophet, Jeremiah, to “seek the welfare of the city to which I have sent you.” Houston is our home, and we love this city, and our calling is to be an instrument of its transformation.

Transformed Projects

Prayers for our City and Church

Transformed Projects

Prayers for our City and Church

Transformed Projects

Prayers for our City and Church