Worship Service at St. Luke’s
Come worship with us on Sunday mornings at 10 am! Worship at St. Luke’s is centered around the Eucharist (also called Holy Communion, or the Lord’s Supper, or Mass).
If you are unfamiliar with an Episcopal worship service, here’s what to expect: We gather…
A weekly bulletin will be handed out; it will let you know what’s coming next. There are times when people may sit, stand, or kneel during the service; you are welcome to do what feels comfortable for you. (You can also ask your neighbor for help at any time, and we won’t think you’re being rude.) You are welcome to dress for worship in whatever way feels comfortable to you.
If you come with children, they are welcome to stay with you, or join other children in the Church School. We also have a Nursery for infants. All church school and nursery leaders have completed Safe Church, Safe Communities training. The children return to church during the passing of the peace – often with a boisterous march.
You will find a faithful and assorted community committed to following the path of Jesus Christ in service to others. St. Luke’s is a place where people are constantly learning, growing, and experimenting. You will hear sermons that will uplift you, strengthen you, and inspire you to make the world a better place.
We hope you will come and join us!