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Frequently Asked Questions

Connect with Us

We're a church that values relationships. Please click the icon above to fill out the parish newcomer card so we can learn more about you and welcome to our community.

In-Person Worship 

We offer in-person worship on Saturdays at 5:30pm and on Sundays at 10:00am. Masks are optional. Click the icon above to learn more.

Online Worship Time

Our services are live-streamed only at the 10:00am Sunday morning services via our Facebook page. Other special services like those during Holy Week or a concert are also available.

Groups and Classes 

We have fellowship groups and classes on Sunday and throughout the week to meet the needs of our parish. Click the icon above to learn more about learning and fellowship at St. Luke's. 

Serve with Us 

We are a parish committed to serving our community. We invite you to join us in serving our neighbors in the church and the world. Click the icon above to learn how to get involved. 


St. Luke's is a part of the Episcopal Church and the Diocese of Kentucky. With a commitment to prayer, service, and compassion, we join Christians around the globe in the broader Episcopal Church and Anglican Communion in following Jesus' way of love.

All are Welcome

St. Luke's welcomes people of all backgrounds to our church. This includes people of all ages, races, sexual orientations, or political affiliations. You are welcome to fully participate in the life and leadership of St. Luke's. 

Any  Questions?

If you have any other questions about St. Luke's please use the icon above to contact us and we will be sure to get in touch soon. 


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Meet our 



Rev. Mark Feather 

Interim Rector 

Mark comes to St. Luke's with over twenty years of experience in a variety of parishes and training as an Intentional Interim Minister. Mark will be with be with St. Luke's until we call a Rector. 

He received his Masters in Theology from the Virginia Theological Seminary in 2001. He served as rector at St. Paul's in Louisville, Kentucky and St. James in Leesburg, Virginia.


He also holds a JD from Stanford Law School and studied chemical engineering 

from the University of Kentucky. 

1206 Maple Lane, Anchorage, KY, 40223

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