Worship and Sacraments
People often ask, “What do Episcopalians believe?” Well, the shortest answer is, “come and see.” Come and see how we work, how we play, and, most importantly, how we pray. We have few doctrinal statements. We are not big on dogma. What we do have is our common life with God expressed in how we pray together. How we worship therefore says a lot about what we believe.
The worship experience at St. Luke’s Church is distinguished by rich tradition, sacred music, and the participation of our diverse community in the liturgy. Our historic sanctuary provides a beautiful setting for prayer, reflection, and celebration. We are invited to become the Body of Christ as we gather to share the sacraments. From greeters, ushers, and choir members to acolytes, Lay Eucharistic Ministers and clergy, worship at St. Luke’s reflects a genuine spirit of inclusion.
Every Sunday we celebrate the Holy Eucharist. Eucharist is just a fancy word for “Thanksgiving,” but you might know it as Communion, or Mass, or the Lord’s Supper. In this meal we are joined with God and empowered by the Holy Spirit to be Christ’s hands and feet in the world.
We invite you to join us at the table. We invite you to come and see.
Please note: A mask-optional practice is in place for all services. Contact Parish Administrator, Christina Imondi (firstname.lastname@example.org) for updates on all services and COVID protocols.
8:00 am Holy Eucharist
10:00 am Holy Eucharist with music
The Nursery is available during both Sunday morning services.
12:00 noon Healing Service — offered in-person each week.
Watch Sunday Services at home from 10:00-11:00am streaming live on St. Luke’s YouTube page. All services are archived on YouTube for viewing after the livestream ends.