Welcome to Saint Luke's
Find Your Place Here
Our mission is to embody generous believers who strive to know Jesus and spread the Gospel beyond the confines of our steeple. We are genuinely delighted that you are here!
With worship services at 8 a.m., 9 a.m., 11 a.m., and 5 p.m. at Saint Luke’s and a casual 4 p.m. worship service at our Crestline Park location, we have a time and a type of service for everyone.
Additionally, we have mid-week offerings that range from breakfast and bible study to pick-up dinners on Wednesdays from 4 to 6 p.m.
For the kids and youth, we have Sunday and mid-week activities for all ages.
Click here to see a list of our current offerings.
Welcome from Rich Webster
Welcome to Saint Luke’s! Discover your place in our growing community. Embodying generous believers, we strive to know Jesus and spread the Gospel beyond the confines of our steeple. Join us as we learn and live into our relationship with Jesus Christ and with each other. Find your place here and get involved in our worship services and mid-week offerings. We have a variety of services throughout the week, from traditional to contemporary, including an outdoor service at Crestline Park. Childcare is available for most services, and we offer Children’s Chapel and in-pew activities for different age groups. We are so happy you are here!
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is the difference between each service?
At 8 am and 11 am in the Nave, we offer a traditional service with communion. The 9 am or as we call it “The Word” is a contemporary communion service downstairs in Graham Hall with music to match. The 5 pm service in the Nave is a contemporary service without screens and drums.
The newest service we offer is an outdoor (unless raining or cold) service at Crestline Park at 4 pm on Sunday afternoons. Bring your dog and a lawn chair, let the children play and relax and worship.
Do you have childcare for all services?
We offer childcare for all services except for the 4 pm service at Crestline Park and the 5 pm service in the Nave at St. Luke’s.
Childcare is for children 6 weeks to 3 years of age. For children between the age of 3 and 2nd grade, we offer Children’s Chapel during the service itself. The children follow the cross out after the initial hymn and return prior to communion. For older children, we offer in pew activities that you can pick up at the back of the Nave or Graham Hall.
What happens during Eucharist?
Eucharist is just the Episcopal way of saying communion. We offer communion at all services. All baptized Christians are welcome to receive communion. If you do not want to receive communion, you may also receive a blessing by a priest by crossing your arms across your chest as you come forward.
For the standing stations we ask that you intinct or dip your wafer into the wine chalice. In the Nave, if you go to the altar rail, you may drink or intinct based on your preference.