News & Events


January 26:  Autumn Light Mixer 4:00 PM

January 28:  Beach Clean Up 8:30 AM

January 29:  In-Person Worship Services 8:00, 9:30 & 11:00 AM

January 31:  In-Person and Virtual Women's Group 9:00 AM


February 1:  In-Person and Virtual Men's Group 8:00 AM

February 1:  Sandwich Making 8:30 AM

February 5:  In-Person Worship Services 8:00, 9:30 & 11:00 AM

February 5:  Souper Bowl Kick-off 9:00 AM

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Autumn Light Mixer!

Please join us for a Happy Hour at the Bistro's Courtyard Bar on Thursday, January 26 from 4:00 - 5:30 p.m.

Cash Bar, Light appetizers.



Driftwood Plaza

2133 South US 1

Jupiter, Florida 33477



Join us for a Beach Clean Up on Saturday, January 28th from 8:30 - 11:30 am or a half shift: 8:30-10/10-11:30am. We will meet at the pavilion behind the Loggerhead Marinelife Center (park in the East parking lot) to pick up beach cleanup supplies at the Marine Debris Sorting Station, then head down to the beach.  We will be returning trash and supplies back to the gate when finished. Wear sunscreen, comfortable shoes and bring a reusable water bottle that can be filled at LMC.


Calling all 5th graders! HSLC would like to invite all 5th graders (and older) to be part of this special sacrament. If you are interested in your child being part and making their first communion or are looking for some more information, please contact Diana Cosgrave Classes will be on Sundays at 9:30 AM in the Learning Center Room 208.  Classes begin on January 29th, and run through February 26.   First Communion will be celebrated on Sunday, March 5 during the 9:30 AM Service.

The Big Game is coming up and our Soulfire youth will be collecting soup and spare change (to buy soup) for the Lake Park Food Pantry.  Bring your cans of soup to church on Sundays, February 5 or 12, or drop them off in the church office during the week.  Thank you for your support!

In the spirit of February Love, come join us to paint "Kindness Rocks". We will be spreading the love as a family to someone you know and our HSLC Congregation. Previous experience nor artistic talent is required for this fun event! Refreshments will be provided. 

Click here to RSVP

The donors at Holy Spirit Lutheran Church on February 12th will be getting a OneBlood Long Sleeve T-Shirt and a $20 eCard that they can use at about 25 different stores and restaurants.  Appointments are encouraged but not required.

Please Click Here to Schedule an Appointment

Mardi Gras!  Let's bring the NOLA spirit to HSLC for an evening of fun and fellowship to start off our Lenten Season.  Our HSLC family is invited to join us for a Jambalaya contest, live music, parade and a Mardi Gras trivia contest along with food and BYOB.  If you would like to help make this a great event, please click below.  Thank you and we look forward to a fun evening with you!


HSLC will be offering a four- session class during Lent in March that will discuss: The Existence of God: Scientific, Philosophical, and Moral Evidence.

There are two options of class times on each Wednesday at 12:00 - 1:30 PM (feel free to bring a lunch if you wish) and 6:30 - 8:00 PM.  The class will meet in Room 203 in the Learning Center. 

The schedule is:

March 1 - Science and God; Doubts about Darwinism

March 8 - The Evidence from Cosmology; The Fine-Tuning of the Universe

March 15 - The Evidence of Biochemistry; DNA and the Origin of Life

March 22 - Philosophical Evidence; Moral Evidence

The community is welcome!

Please click here to Learn mor or RSVP.

Calling all women of HSLC! Come create a candle, essential oil diffuser, or wax melt while building your faith based friendships within Holy Spirit. We will gather, create, laugh and of course have some snacks! Refreshments will be provided and it is BYOB if you prefer. Cost is determined by what you decide to make and you will pay at the event. Please RSVP below if you plan to attend this fun event!


Holy Spirit Lutheran Church has an Honor Garden and Gathering Area between our Church Sanctuary and the Learning Center. The Honor Garden has a brick paver pathway that contains commemorative bricks.  Purchasing a  brick is a great way to honor a friend, family member,  or memorialize a loved one.


The Honor Garden enhances our beautiful campus and is a permanent tribute to our family and loved ones for years to come.


Bricks are four inches tall by eight inches long (4”x8”).  They can be engraved with three lines, each 18 characters (including spaces) in length.  The cost of each brick is $75.

Click here to download the Memorial Brick Order Form


Virtual Replay

"This past month, Nicole Graeser educated our Autumn Light ministry on how to effectively evade and protect our electronic devices from scammers. If you missed the event or just want to watch again, click here!"

Everyone has family & friends who have been diagnosed with cancer. Cancer creates a crisis for
those affected by cancer, the entire family, and their loved ones. The diagnosis is frightening. The treatment is difficult. The aftershocks are long lasting. Families facing cancer often look for a place where they can find the support and understanding they need to cope with the long term effects of cancer.  It was for this reason that the Cancer Support Ministry was founded at HSLC in 2018.  Join us the 3rd Wednesday each month at 6:00 PM in the Worship Center Family room.  Our next meeting will be on February 15.

Are you looking to socialize and enjoy time with other couples?  Do you want to expand your Christian friendships?  Join us the 2nd Sunday of the month at 6:00 PM in the Learning Center room 203 for fellowship with other couples, hosted by Lois and Marty Light. For information, please contact Lois & Marty at 941-468-0841. Childcare is available! Our next meeting is FEBRUARY 12.

A new church app is available!  This app does everything the old one did and more!  In addition to giving, the church calendar and church directory, the new app will also have all event sign ups in one place.  You can also watch each Sunday's service with the app.  We encourage you to watch the video and download the new app.  As always, if you have any questions or need to troubleshoot, please contact the church office at 561-624-9663.

Click here to view the tutorial

How You Can Volunteer at HSLC or Help Those in Need

We’re all connected

“Anxious hearts are very heavy, but a word of encouragement does wonders.”
Proverbs 12:25


HSLC Volunteers will be making sandwiches for those in need in our community. Meet us at 8:30 AM on Wednesdays February 1 & 15, in our HSLC sanctuary. Please contact Cara Rucker at if you would like to participate.


Our Flower Ministry consists of flower arrangers and those to deliver them. Those of you interested will make arrangements using the flowers provided.  Flower deliverers will have 3-4 shut-ins to take flowers to.  Let’s cheer someone up with flowers blessed from our worship and prayer!  Please contact Mary Ann Williams at: if you would like to participate.


HSLC is all about serving those in need. Are you interested in bringing someone to church who is unable to drive themselves? If so, please contact Cindy Miller at Thank you!


We collect the following items throughout the week (8:30 - 4:30) and each Sunday.  Please place in the storage room on the north end of the church.

  • Boiled Eggs and Sandwiches: Please individually wrap sandwiches containing lunchmeat and cheese or peanut butter and jelly and place in a bag with the date made on the outside.  Place in the west refrigerator in the church.
  • Food pantry: Non-perishable food items.  Most needed are pasta, sauce, beans, canned vegetables, oil, rice, flour, sugar, peanut butter, jelly, canned meats, soups, cereal, juices, paper shopping bags.
  • Clothing Pantry:  Men’s, women’s and children’s clothing and shoes in good condition.
  • Quilting Group (LWR):  New or slightly used sheets with no holes or stains.
  • Homeless Ministries:  Men’s and Women’s shirts, jeans, belts, socks, shoes, new washcloths, unopened travel size toiletries, magazines.

At this time we are not collecting vases, books, household goods or furniture.  Please contact Harry Drier with questions at 561-601-8211.  Thank you.

Thank you for caring for God’s people who are in a season of need.

Ministry News



Care Ministry Needs

HYGIENE KITS:  Hygiene Kits are needed for clients of St. George Center. We are collecting TRAVEL-SIZED ITEMS:  toothpaste, toothbrush, mouthwash, dental floss, comb, shaving cream, razor, body wash/shampoo, lotion/sunscreen, deodorant.  Additional items we like to include:  wash cloth (neutral colors), socks, band-aids, wipes, gallon size Ziploc bags.  You can also bring in already prepared Hygiene Kits with the above items inside a gallon bag.  If you have any questions, please contact, Cara Rucker at  Thank you so much! 

GAS CARD DONATIONS:  The Food Pantry has a cargo van that picks up donations from generous donors almost daily.  Gas cards are needed to keep the van running.  You may send cards to Harry Drier, 5380 N. Ocean Dr. Apt. 6D, Singer Island, FL 33404.

FOOD AND CLOTHING PANTRY:  Each week the Food Pantry distributes food to families in need in Lake Park.  Due to the pandemic, we are reaching new highs in the number of families needing items. Click the link to see what the food items needed are:  Community_Food_Pantry_Needs.pdfWhile we have community partners, including Whole Foods, Publix, Seacoast Bank, and Palm Beach Harvest, we still need your help with donations.  If you do not feel safe shopping, you can make a donation to the Care Ministry at HSLC and designate it for the Food & Clothing Pantry, or donate gift cards for food.  We are in need of volunteers on Tuesdays from 8 to 11 am to safely distribute food.  Contact Harry Drier for details at 561-601-8211 or

HOMELESS MINISTRY:  Items needed for the Homeless at St. Anne's and St. George's:  rolling suitcases, shoes, belts, hats, cloth shopping bags, men’s jeans/pants (sizes 28-38) and ladies pants. Small size toiletries, band aids, sunscreen, bug spray and vitamins are needed.  Inexpensive watches are needed.  Please place in the patio storage room.  We need laptops or iPads for families in transition from homelessness.  If you have one to donate, please contact Harry Drier at 561-601-8211.

SANDWICHES FOR THE NEEDY:  Hard boiled eggs and sandwiches are needed each week for the hungry.  Please bring individually wrapped sandwiches with no condiments and boiled eggs in a container and leave in the church kitchen refrigerator by 9:00 AM on Wednesday mornings.

There are many volunteer opportunities within the Care Ministry.  If you have time and a passion for giving back your time, please join the Care Ministry team of volunteers by contacting Harry Drier at 561-601-8211 or


Church Council 2023

If you would like a copy of the most recent Church Council Meeting minutes or copies of any past meetings, please contact the church office at 561-624-9663 or  Your 2023 Church Council is Gavin McNally (President), Chris Monte (Vice President), Stephanie Dana (Secretary), John Vaccaro (Treasurer), John Banitt, Wendy Elder, Carol Entrekin, Vicki Pugh, Pastor James Graeser, and Pastor Josh Pontious.