St. Luke Is A Place To Worship
At St. Luke we gather to celebrate God the living Christ each Sunday
The Bible says that the followers of Jesus gathered each Sunday to celebrate the Easter resurrection. That is our reason for gathering as well and we invite you to join the celebration with us. It is in worship together that we gather to be washed, fed and sent out for the sake of God’s world.
At St. Luke we want to consistently recognize the movement of the community. Our schedules are intended to acknowledge an individual and corporate ebb and a flow in our lives, while creating a space for all to gather together in worship. Below are our regular worship times.
Holy Communion is celebrated at all services. [More Here]
Please feel free to bring any out-of-town visitors! And if you’re from out of town, we would love to have you join us during your stay in our area.
We trust you will find a service that allows you to experience God’s presence and express your worship in a meaningful and heart-felt way.
If you can’t make it to church due to travel or other commitments, we encourage you to automate your regular giving. St. Luke relies on the consistent financial support of the congregation and electronic giving offers an easy way to give on a recurring basis.
Click here for more information about secure, automatic electronic giving. Or, if you prefer, pick up an authorization form from the church office. We thank you for your continued partnership in the ministry to which God has called us!
All children are welcome and invited to gather in worship, even (or especially) if they are squirming, giggling, whispering too loudly, or crying. We do wish to offer childcare for those families who seek it. Childcare is available during all Sunday services (except 4:30 pm) in the nursery located on the lower level.
A children’s sermon is offered from time-to-time at 11:00 (during the fall schedule) and 10:30 (during the summer schedule.)
Hearing assist devices and large print bulletins are available from an usher at all worship services at St. Luke. Additionally, seating for people using wheelchairs or other mobility devices is available see an usher for more information or assistance.
Each week there is a preaching text and another text, with the preaching text printed in the bulletins. Most festival worship services and from time-to-time we will return to the Revised Common Lectionary that organizes the scripture readings for worship in a three year pattern (Year A, B and C.) During the summer there will either be a sermon series or readings from the Revised Common Lectionary.
Sung evening prayers, litany and Pslams
4:30 pm –Sunday, November 27th
6:30 pm –Wednesdays, December 7, 14 and 21
Christmas Eve Candlelight Services
3:00 pm – “Family Candlelight Communion Service”
Features our children’s choirs, prelude music by children of the congregation, and a children’s sermon.
5:00 pm – “Contemporary Candlelight Communion Service” w
Congregational singing with worship team, women’s ensemble, and a Christmas message.
7:00 pm – “Candlelight Communion Vespers”
A quieter service including handbells, carols, vocal solos, and a Christmas message.
10:30 pm – “Traditional Candlelight Communion Service”
Features the Rejoice Choir, vocal ensembles, and soloists with communion at the rail.