Welcome Home to St. Luke’s Church!
If you are new to the Episcopal Church, new to St. Luke's, or new to church in general, please know that YOU are very welcome here. As a church with newcomers who visit almost weekly, you won’t be alone either!
What makes St. Luke’s special? The people. People from all walks of life pray, serve, love and care for others both inside this church and out to the whole world. We pray openly for those who are sick or in need. We pray for the thanksgivings in life. This community has something to offer everyone, so come check us out.
Worship at St. Luke’s at 8am is a more quiet and contemplative service without music. It usually has both adults and children with approx. 30 in attendance.
Worship at 10:15am includes music with a choir, more children and is very family oriented. There are usually about 70 people in attendance.
BOTH services are wonderful in bringing people closer to God. We receive Holy Eucharist (Communion) at both services every Sunday, as that is our principal type of worship.
You are very welcome at either service (try both to see which you prefer!)
In terms of Episcopal Churches, St. Luke's would most likely fall under the umbrella of being a "broad" church, which means we are both contemporary yet full of tradition.
We have a warm (and delicious!) coffee hour with refreshments after each service. We also have an Adult Forum where we informally go over topics and learn together on the 1st and 4th Sundays of each month.
Sunday School for children from preschool through 5th grade happens at 9:45am. It's a wonderful time for the children and your kids are very welcome. We also have a Youth Group for boys and girls 6th grade and up, which meets on the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays at 7pm in the Christian Education building, right next to the church.
You can read more about Sunday School and some of our other ministries by clicking HERE. You’ll see that we have a lot going on in our parish calendar, and we hope you’ll be a part of it.
So come and experience God’s sacred presence at our loving and warm church.
You’ll feel like you arrived home!
-Fr. Tom Mathews
ps- We host "Newcomer's dinners" about twice a year, and we'd love to have you join us! A picture of a recent dinner is shown below!