Worship is the heart of our common life at St. Luke’s. In worship, we gather as a community, we are transformed by Jesus Christ through the hearing Gospel proclaimed and preached; and through communion, in which we become members of Christ’s Body the Church through receiving the blessed bread and wine. At the end of our liturgy, we are then sent out into the world to live our calling as Christians in our families, our work, our civic life, and in the Church.

You are welcome to come and experience this transformation here, no matter who you are, no matter what you have done, whether you have a deep and vibrant faith, or whether you would like to have more. You are invited, and welcome!

From here, you can explore:

We love to sing and make a joyful noise unto the Lord. Whether or not you think you can sing, please join in. As St. Augustine said, “When one sings, one prays twice.”

Learn about the liturgy as we enact it here at St. Luke’s; learn about the who, what, where, and why of our worship, as an Episcopal congregation, and as a Eucharistic congregation.

Read about the Seasons of the Church, which describes the rhythms of the church year; why and when the colors and themes change; and what it means for us as a congregation.

Explore the meaning of Holy Baptism, the water bath through which God adopts us as God’s own children, and makes us members of Christ’s Body, the Church.

Learn about weddings and funerals at St. Luke’s, and find resources for both of those significant events in a person’s life.