The International Order of St. Luke the Physician                         

 

   Known by many as OSL, The International Order of St. Luke the Physician is an ecumenical organization dedicated to the

Christian healing ministry. We are clergy, health professionals and lay people who believe healing is an essential part of the teaching and practice of our Lord Jesus Christ. We are an interdenominational Christian order of faith, prayer and service, with members throughout the world.

 

                 JESU ESTO MIHI JESUS-DUX-LUX-REX-LEX

 

   And roughly translated means, “O Jesus, be to me my Savior (Healer), my Leader, my Light, my King, and my Law.” According to tradition, this cross was found in the catacombs of Domitillain Rome during the second century. It is the prayer of a Roman officer, who as the story was told, lost his wife-his guide and inspiration. He felt the light of his life had been extinguished. Restless and distraught, he wandered this way and that. Then he heard the Glad Tidings of the Christian Gospel and found in the catacombs this prayer inscribed on the wall. He accepted Christ and made the prayer the Rule of his life. The light of Christ shone into his life with healing and integration. He lived a long and useful life thereafter.

 

   Life’s greatest adventure awaits you when Jesus Christ becomes your Leader, Light, King, Law and Savior-Healer.

       The Order of St. Luke Healing Conference.

Flint Water Relief

Fresh Food for Flint Families

St. Paul's is working in partnership with the Episcopal Diocese of Eastern Michigan, Episcopal Relief and Development, St. Andrew's Episcopal Church and Soup Kitchen, and Crossover Downtown Outreach Ministry to provide access to healthy, fresh foods rich in iron, calcium, and vitamin C to help combat the effects of lead poisoning. 

 

We will be using these foods to feed God's children in our Tuesday lunch, St. Andrew's soup kitchen, and introducing it into the recipes used during Crossover's skills-building cooking classes.

 

Donate to our fresh foods initiative using the Donate button above.

St. Paul's Episcopal Church

711 S. Saginaw Street

Flint, MI 48502

Parish office hours -- Tue-Fri 9:00 am-2:00 pm

T: 810-234-8637

F: 810-234-9558

E: stpaulschurch@ameritech.net

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