St. Luke's Church is open for in-person worship. We are also livestreaming our Sunday services via Facebook Live. External link opens in new tab or windowClick here to visit our Facebook page at 10:30 A.M. to watch the service or thereafter to view the video at a later time. You may also watch it right here on the website.


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Wearing masks will be optional until further notice. We will continue to spatial distance.




Parish News & Notes


Sunday, January 29

Epiphany 4


100th Annual Meeting of St Luke's Episcopal Church and Potluck Luncheon

Following the 10:30 Service



We are having in-person Coffee Hour following the 10:30 service on Sundays.  Join us for a little refreshment and conversation.



Non-perishable food donations for the Center for Food Action will be gathered throughout the month

and then blessed during our 10:30 service on the second Sunday.

Next: February 12



St. Luke's Celebrates 100 Years of Service

St. Luke's held a Festival Service of Holy Eucharist on Sunday, October 16  to mark its 100th Anniversary. 
As we begin our next 100 years, we are resuming our Covid-delayed ingathering of non-perishable food items for the Center of Food Action. The food gifts were blessed during the

Click here to see some of our HISTORY and photos from the CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION 

The Episcopal Church has a legacy of inclusion, aspiring to

 tell and exemplify God’s love for every human being

regardless of gender, sexual identity or orientation.
We believe that God loves us all – no exceptions.




The Episcopal Church's Position on Abortion and Women's Reproductive Health

The Episcopal Church External link opens in new tab or windowteaches that “all human life is sacred” and that there is a “tragic dimension” to all abortions. At the same time, the church stands with women in defending reproductive freedom, External link opens in new tab or windowdeclaring an “unequivocal opposition” to federal and state laws that would “abridge or deny” any woman’s ability to make informed decisions about reproductive health.

This is from Presiding Bishop Michael Curry: “The Episcopal Church has tried carefully to be responsive both to the moral value of women having the right to determine their healthcare choices as well as the moral value of all life. [The Supreme Court's] decision institutionalizes inequality because women with access to resources will be able to exercise their moral judgment in ways that women without the same resources will not.” 

 For further information please follow this link:

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About Our Live Streamed Services

We will continue to live stream our service each Sunday on Facebook Live. You can watch the service both in real time at 10:30 A.M. or later at any time as a recorded video. Our Facebook page is public, so you do not need to be a member of Facebook to view it.

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To visit the Archive for a PDF copy of Rev. Beverly's sermons, click here: External link opens in new tab or windowSt. Luke's Episcopal Church - Sermons (




The Almighty Lord, who is a strong tower to all who put their trust in him,
to whom all things in heaven, on earth, and under the earth bow and obey:

Be now and evermore your defense, and make you know and feel that
the only Name under heaven  given for health and salvation is
the Name of our Lord Jesus Christ. Amen. (The Book of Common Prayer, 1979)


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