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Welcome to

St. Luke's

Episcopal Church


Worship Schedule

Holy Eucharist at 10:00 am in person and live streaming through Facebook. If you cannot join at 10:00, the service will be posted to YouTube on Sunday afternoon. 

Click here for weekly bulletin, prayer and Bible study resources for you and your family

BIBLE STUDY - On break

NOONDAY PRAYER by phone - Wednesdays @ 12:00

OFFICE HOURS - By appointment


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Welcome to St. Luke's

We are worshiping in the sanctuary beginning Sunday, October 17, the Feast of St. Luke.  We are following "pandemic protocols": please wear a mask when indoors, no matter what your vaccination status, and please be careful to maintain distance from those outside your household. 

If you feel sick, or if you know you have been exposed to COVID, please stay home. 


We offer livestreaming on our Facebook page "St. Luke's Episcopal Church in Ewing." We post to our YouTube page on Sunday afternoons.

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Church From Home

Watch Sunday services through Facebook Live and subscribe to your YouTube channel. Click the links below for the weekly bulletin and YouTube link. Permission to stream the music in our services is obtained through ONE LICENSE with license #M-401458. All rights reserved.

Join us for Noonday prayer on Wednesdays @ 12:00 pm by old-fashioned conference call.

We'll catch up with each other and then say the noonday office.

Dial 1-415-363-0833; PIN 146560

Click on the Church & Home button above for links to daily prayer, meditation, Bible study,

and resources for families with children



THE FEAST OF ST. LUKE (observed), Sunday, Oct. 17, 10:00 am.

We return to indoor worship on our feast day, and kick-off Stewardship Season.


TRINITY CATHEDRAL FOOD PANTRY: When you shop please remember to pick up staple food items for the Cathedral food pantry: canned veggies and fruit, canned protein, PB & jelly (no glass jars please), rice, noodles, beans, etc. Leave your contributions in the basket under the usher's table.

REAL PARTNERS UGANDA: Help fill the Pennies from Heaven jug in the sanctuary, so we can help support a student at Mustard Seed Academy, Lukaya, Uganda.

GOOD NEWS GARDEN: Lend a hand as we tend the vegetable garden pollinators border behind the parish hall. Veggies feed hungry neighbors in Ewing and Trenton.

"Faith, Hope and Love abide, these three;
and the greatest of these is love"
1 Corinthians 13:13

Stewardship season begins Sunday, October 17, with the celebration of our patron, St. Luke.  This year we encourage one another to put our faith, hope and love in action as we reconnect with each other and with the community we are blessed to serve. 

In coming weeks we will have presentations from representatives of the groups we have assisted and from members of our congregation. 

  • Sunday, October 24 - Ms. Connie Mercer, founder of HomeFront is our guest

  • Sunday, October 31 - "Pulpit swap": Fr. Mike Panzarella is our celebrant and preacher, Mtr. Megan will be at Grace-St. Paul's

  • Sunday, November 7 - The Feast of All Saints (Observed): Pastor Ali and Jon Burke, M.Div. share their ministries at Trenton Psychiatric Hospital and Ann Klein Forensic Center

  • Sunday, November 14 - Our Black Lives Matter Committee will hold a special presentation in the sanctuary immediately after worship.  Our own Dr. Chris Fisher, TCNJ professor of 20th Century American diplomacy, the Cold War and race politics in the U.S., is our speaker.

  • Sunday, November 21 - The Feast of Christ the King - Pledge In-Gathering


St. Luke's Statement on Racism and Support for the Goals of the Black Lives Matter Movement

St. Luke’s Episcopal Church is committed to and affirms the goals of the Black Lives Matter Movement. St. Luke’s has long been distinguished by a culture of diversity and inclusion, and is committed to lifting the veil of racism, oppression, and obstacles to achieving one humanity.  We believe radical change is necessary now. We commit to not just words but meaningful actions to dismantle systemic racism and create justice.

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!