About Saint Luke's
Through God’s grace and guidance
On Easter Sunday, 1949, Saint Luke’s was born in a farmhouse, with a homemade altar, a locomotive bell, and children spilling out into the yard.
From these humble beginnings our church has become one of the largest in our denomination, with a proud legacy of leadership, outreach, and deep friendships within our City and beyond.
And while we are proud of where we’ve been, we keep going. People of all ages and interests are drawn here, called here because Saint Luke’s is a church with passion, passion for worship, passion for purpose, passion for others. We are a big church that plays small because we have a passion for Jesus.
Services are diverse here, music is fantastic, preaching is current and relatable. Most members move easily between worship times and styles so that the common threads become smiles, holiness, intentionality. We give God our best.
Please know you are welcome to join us, join the family, join this movement of big-hearted, generous Christians who seek to know Jesus, and take the Gospel into the world beyond our steeple.
We are glad you are here!
The Rev. Rebecca DeBow
The Rev. Maurice L. Goldsmith
Vestry Meetings are held the last Monday of each month from 6:00-7:00 pm. Vestry meetings are open to the members of Saint Luke’s unless in Executive Session.
Class of 2023
David Kimberlin, Health and Wellness
Allyson Mouron, Worship and Events, Senior Warden
Susan Silverstein, New Members, Adult Ed. and Jr. Warden
Beth Wilder, Outreach & Communication Chair
Turner Williams, Finance
Junior Vestryperson: John Rutherford, Young Adult Ministries
Clerk: Jeff Hansen
Treasurer: William Nicrosi
Class of 2024
Kevin Collins, SLDS/ Founders Place
Sara Ford, Finance
Gerald Gillespy, Jr. Warden
Anna Manasco, Youth
Rebecca Moore, Children and Family Ministry
Class of 2025
Susan Alison, Pastoral Care/ Founders Place/ Senior Adults
Derick Belden, Finance, Stewardship, and Communication
Morgan Cook, Children and Family Ministry/ Outreach
Tom Garrett, Long Range Planning
Bob Methvin, Worship and Facility