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

Preparing for Sunday

  • GRILL & GOSPEL - Wednesdays beginning July 10: Cook out on the patio; Bible-themed activities
  • SUNDAY SCHOOL / YOUTH GROUP - On vacation until September
  • OFFICE HOURS:
  • Tuesday 9:30 to 1:30
  • Wednesday 9:30 to 4:30
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Upcoming Events

SUMMER WORSHIP - One Sunday service at 9:30. Please bring your bible or have a bible app on your hand held device. Sermons will be interactive. We'll have a limited number of bibles in the pews.

GRILL & GOSPEL - Our theme is KINGS, QUEENS, PRINCES AND JUDGES of the Old and New Testament.  Evenings in July beginning 7/10, from 6 - 8 pm. Cook out on the patio and bible-themed activities for all ages. Bring a side dish or dessert to share.

NATIONAL NIGHT OUT - Tuesday, Aug. 6, 6 - 8 pm at the Ewing Senior Center. St. Luke's will have a table. Come out and meet our neighbors. We can always use some volunteers to help

Clergy and Staff 

The Reverend Megan E. Thomas, Priest in Charge

Mother Megan has served as Priest-in-Charge of St. Luke's Episcopal Church since September 2014. She attended New Brunswick Theological Seminary, a seminary of the Reformed Church in America located in New Brunswick, New Jersey.  She graduated from General Theological Seminary in New York in 2014 and was ordained a priest by The Right Reverend William (Chip) Stokes, Bishop of New Jersey in June 2015. She served as deacon at All Saints' Church, Princeton, and for a time was the student intern and later a deacon at Trinity Episcopal Cathedral in Trenton. She lives in the Griggstown area, outside Princeton, with her husband, Tom Bodenberg. She is also an attorney-at-law in private practice in Lawrenceville.   Mother Megan is generally in the office Tuesday mornings and on Wednesdays.  She can be reached on her cell phone at 908-599-9902 and by e mail at revmegan@stlukesewing.org.  

The Reverend Alexandra (Ali) Van Kuiken, Priest Associate 

Pastor Ali comes to St. Luke's from having served two other parishes, St. Matthew's, Pennington, and her home parish, Christ Church, New Brunswick. She is Chaplain at Ann Klein Forensic Center, a psychiatric hospital for those in the criminal justice system, located in West Trenton. Ali graduated from Princeton Theological Seminary in 2013, and from The General Theological Seminary in May, 2015.  Ali was ordained a priest at St. Luke's in December 2015 by the Rt. Rev. William "Chip" Stokes, Bishop of New Jersey. Ali and her husband, Scott, moved to New Jersey from Western Michigan, and are now living at the rectory. Ali enjoys reading, canning and crocheting. She says, "Thank you for showing Scott and me such warm hospitality."

 

 Charles "Chic" Walker, Church Musician

 

 

Parish Musician, Chic Walker’s singing and acting career took him not only to some of the greatest orchestras and opera companies in the world (Rome, Vienna, LaScala, Houston, Seattle, the National Symphony, PBS, RAI, ORF, Wolf Trap, Ravinia, Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center) but also to Broadway, U. S. regional theaters and the international theater festivals of Edinburgh, Heidelburg, Caracas, Rio de Janierio and Munich.Since 1994, during the academic year Mr. Walker has been on the voice faculty at Westminster Choir College in Princeton. Last year Chic was named Director of the 2008Westminster Choir College High School Solo Vocal Artist Summer Programand since 2007 he has been the Director ofthe StarGazers Summer Theater Education Programfor Learning Stages. In the past 4 years Chic has also stage directed productions ofThe Fantasticks,Les Miserables,Fiddler on the Roof,Once Upon a Mattress,Godspell Little Shop Of Horrors and Into the Woods.He is the former artistic director of theLauda!Chamber Singers.

 

Chic is not in the office during the week, but can be reached through the parish email be clicking here.