ABOUT OUR WORSHIP
Worship is a priority at St. Luke's. Through prayer and praise, we orient our lives towards the love of God and neighbor. We have services suited to a variety of styles and schedules.
Nursery is available at the Sunday morning service. Each service includes communion and all, including children, are invited to join. Our campus is ADA accessible and individuals with special needs are always welcome.
Learn more about our services below.
Sunday 10:00 am
The Sunday morning service is grounded in the ancient tradition and enduring poetry of The Book of Common Prayer. This service is filled with inspiring worship accompanied by our choir and organ. Through a rich collection of hymns, prayers, and readings, we join in worship with over 80 million Christians in the Episcopal and Anglican tradition around the world.
Saturday 5:30 pm
The Saturday afternoon service began in 2005 as a way to offer an additional service time. and provide a different style of worship for our parishioners. This service is more contemporary in its offerings of music provided by the St. Luke's Reflection praise band. Worship is rooted in the Episcopal tradition with prayers and readings from the Book of Common Prayer. Other worship offerings during this period including Taizé and the Saturday Easter Vigil.
SERVE IN WORSHIP
St. Luke's worship is highly participatory, relying on many volunteers who make our services happen. There are many opportunities for volunteering, and whether you've been at St. Luke's for 20 years or twenty minutes, we invite you to join us in glorifying God through serving in worship.
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.
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.
During the pandemic we expanded our worship through livestream capabilities. This important work occurs at our 10:00am Sunday services.
Read scripture (Old and New Testament) or be a prayer leader during Prayers of the People during either weekend services.
Acolytes are a key part of the Sunday morning service. You can serve in several different roles with all offering various ways to assist the celebrant in worship.
Eucharistic Ministers are trained and help to serve communion (bread and wine) during worship. Those trained are expected to serve when they are available.
Help prepare the sanctuary for worship. This includes regular weekend worship but also special services like Christmas, Easter, and Holy Week.
The beauty of our worship is enhanced by the arrangement of flowers for services. In partnership with the Altar Guild, the flowers are done for our services and given later to those recovering from illness or housebound.
Music is an essential part of our worship and is not possible without volunteers in our choir and praise band. We offer praise by singing hymns, anthems, and prayers during services.
Help welcome all to St. Luke's through the ministry of being an usher. Greet newcomers, take up the offering, and assist anyone in need of directions on our campus.
St. Luke's remains aware of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and offers several ways for members of our community to engage in worship.
For those unable to attend in-person worship, we offer our services live-streamed each week so that we may all continue to share in the inspiring and transformative experience. For those attending in-person worship masks are on hand for those desiring of one and you are encouraged to wear one if you feel more comfortable doing so.