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Worship Times & Directions

A place where everyone is welcome.
Through a variety of weekly services, we join our hearts, minds, and voices in common worship. To give thanks. To remember that we are not alone. To connect with one another, and to encounter God. 

Holy Community

Through the parallel paths of music and the spoken word, we unite in authentic worship. The teaching of God’s word directs us in a counter-cultural life of faith. Music brings us together and leads us to experience The Holy in an intimate way.

The St. Luke’s weekly worship schedule is rich in variety of formats and music styles. Whether traditional assembly in the beauty of the sanctuary, or casual family-friendly worship in Graham Hall, each service is deep in community. From the large and magnificent refrains of choir and organ, to the upbeat and personal lyrics of modern music, to relaxing folk and jazz rhythms, there is music and a comfortable worship experience for everyone.

Schedule of Sunday Services

8:00 AM  HOLY EUCHARIST / Meets in the Nave / Elegant, classic worship / Rite I
10:30 AM HOLY EUCHARIST / Meets in the Nave / Elegant, classic worship / Rite II
10:30 AM THE WORD & HOLY EUCHARIST /  Meets in Graham Hall / Relaxed, family-friendly with modern worship with contemporary music

5:00 PM HOLY EUCHARIST / Meets in Graham Hall / Jazz and folk inspired, intergenerational worship

Wednesdays

6:30 PM HOLY EUCHARIST / Meets in the Chapel /  Contemplative worship

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Helpful for Guests

Guest Parking Available

  • We have spaces reserved for visitors in the back parking lot. Look for the spaces marked for Guests that will be convenient to an entrance.
  • There are four official blue handicapped parking spaces in the side lot (on the left when you enter the driveway) and handicapped parking spaces on Montrose Road in front of the church. Additional spaces in the side lot are reserved for Senior Adults.
  • On Sunday mornings, Saint Luke’s provides Assisted Parking for our guests and members who have reached their senior years and for those who are physically challenged.

Guest Welcome Area

  • We have a Guest Welcome area on the main level of the church. You'll find friendly folks who are committed to making your visit a comfortable one. They'll provide answers to any questions you may have, guide you to a Worship Service or Sunday School Group, and provide you a takeaway packet with more on Saint Luke's.

For Children

  • We have gone to great lengths to provide childcare in safe and nurturing environments. We have trained employees and volunteers who are dedicated to caring for children while you are in a Worship Service or Sunday Group.
  • For information, you can contact the Children's Ministry at (205) 871-3583 or via Email. 

For Students

  • For 7th through 12th grade we have created Bible Study Groups, worship, and numerous fellowship opportunities.
  • We are especially welcoming to guests and will go out of our way to insure their experience will be comfortable and engaging with other youth.
  • Contact Bryan Miller for more information.
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  • Is nursery or childcare available? Are my children welcome in the services?

    We love children here at Saint Luke’s, and as you will see, we have plenty of them! Your children are welcome in any of the services, or you may bring them to the Nursery.

  • Where do I park?

    We have spaces reserved for visitors in the back parking lot. Look for the first two spaces on the left in the first aisle of the back lot.

    There are four official blue handicapped parking spaces in the side lot (on the left when you enter the driveway) and four handicapped parking spaces on Montrose Road in front of the church. The other spaces in the side lot are reserved for Senior Adults. On Sunday mornings, Saint Luke’s provides Assisted Parking for our members and visitors who have reached their senior years and for those who are physically challenged, both permanently and temporarily. If you meet any of these criteria, this is just for you! Simply pull into the porte-cochere and you will be greeted and given further instructions. NO CHARGE – NO TIPPING. This service is provided to make attending church at Saint Luke’s easier for you!

     

  • I have been a member of another Episcopal Church, how do I become a member of Saint Luke's

    If you are coming to us from an Episcopal background, you may contact our Parish Secretary, Email Nancy Cain (or 802-6200) and ask her to contact your previous church to transfer your membership.

  • I have been Baptized in a Church other than the Episcopal Church

    Register the date and place of your baptism with the parish secretary, Email Nancy Cain (or 802-6200). You will then be a baptized member of Saint Luke’s, and able to participate in all programs and ministries. You will not, however, be eligible to serve in or vote on an elected position (Vestry or diocesan committee) until you are Confirmed or Received.

  • What if I have been confirmed in another church other than an Episcopal Church?

    If you have been confirmed in another denomination (Roman Catholic, Lutheran, Orthodox), having received the laying-on-of-hands from a bishop, please speak to any of the clergy. They will arrange for you to be received by the bishop. Persons who wish to be received generally take the Confirmation class, Saint Luke’s 101, as a refresher of their previous preparation and as an introduction to the Episcopal Church. For more information, please email Rebecca Debow.

  • How can I become involved in Saint Luke's?

    To begin, contact Email Rebecca DeBow, our Parish Ministries Coordinator (or 802-6218 email her). She will be happy to talk with you and help you find a ministry, class, or fellowship group suited to your interests, needs, and time schedule. We also hope you will take time to read through our website and see all of our classes and events here at Saint Luke’s!

  • How can I request the church prayer for me or other needs?

    If you need a special prayer, a member of the Prayer Team will be in the chapel after the 10:30 and 5 o’clock services. They will gladly pray for your request or thanksgiving, and all conversations and prayers are confidential!

  • Is it possible to speak to a Priest?

    Absolutely. You may make an appointment by calling the church office (871-3583) or look see our leadership page to contact a priest directly.

  • How do I stay connected to everything going on?

    If you would like to receive our weekly digital newsletter and other email announcements, please contact Email Nancy Cain (or 802-6200 email her) with your email address. We will mail a paper copy of our newsletter for those who prefer. We also encourage you to frequently visit our website!

Feel led to help out?

Our volunteers minister during weekend worship services through singing with the children, telling stories and teaching the truth of God's Word.