Worship Schedule
  • WORSHIP
  • Holy Eucharist - Sundays 9:30 am

Preparing for Sunday

  • SUNDAY SCHOOL / YOUTH GROUP - every other Sunday after church
  • BIBLE STUDY - every Sunday after church
  • OFFICE HOURS:
  • Tuesday 9:30 to 1:30
  • Wednesday 9:30 to 4:30
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Upcoming Events

FOCUS ON HEALTH workshops continue on Oct. 20 - Healthy Relationships led by Rose Williams, MSW, founder and executive director of Harambe Social Services. https://harambesocialservices.org/

SUNDAY SCHOOL / YOUTH GROUP meets every other Sunday after worship. Next Sunday School / Youth Group is OCT. 20.

YOUTH GROUP OUTING TO HOWELL FARM CORN MAZE - Saturday, October 26 @ 4:00.  Please see Althea, Mike Panzarella or Mtr. Megan if you are planning to go.

YOUTH GROUP SERVICE PROJECT @ HomeFront, Thursday evening, Nov. 7. Please see Althea or Mike

BIBLE STUDY meets Sundays after worship, about 10:40

CONFIRMATION CLASS MEETS THIS SUNDAY, October 27 - Confirmation Class for youth will meet after worship on the Sundays when Youth Group does NOT meet. Adults wishing to be confirmed or received into the Episcopal Church should speak with Mother Megan.

WELCOME TO ST. LUKE'S 

St. Luke's is "the little church that does big things."  We are a vibrant and intimate community seeking to be faithful to our baptismal promise: to continue in the Apostles' teaching and fellowship, in the breaking of bread, and in prayer. We take to heart our promise to seek and serve Christ in all persons, to strive for justice, and to respect the dignity of every human being. We are a people of hope and joy, committed to sharing Christ's love in ways that make God's world a better place for all people. You are welcome here--and  we mean that! 

FEAST OF ST. LUKE - Sunday, Oct. 20

We observe the feast of our patron and namesake, St. Luke the Evangelist, on Sunday, October 20.  (His actual feast day is October 18.)  The Gospel of Luke and the book of the Acts of the Apostles are attributed to Luke.  Tradition tells us he was a gentile and a physician. Luke was also historian, a travel writer, friend of the Apostle Paul, and some say, an artist. An old tradition says he painted an image of the Virgin Mary and Child.  (Image: St. Luke, by El Greco, 1605)