Worship Services

At your table you nourish us with heavenly food.


Worship is central to everything we do as a community. This is when we join together to pray, hear scripture, praise God and share the bread and wine of Holy Communion. In this meal, we’re energized, nourished and strengthened to love and serve the world in Jesus’ name.

New to St. Luke’s?

Sunday at 8:30 a.m.: Said Eucharist

A quiet, spoken Communion service with Bible readings and a sermon. We use the Book of Common Prayer, with traditional language rooted in the beginnings of the Anglican Church. Stay for coffee and conversation after the service!


Sunday at 10:30 a.m.: Sung Eucharist

A joyful celebration of our faith using modern language. This service of Holy Communion includes Bible readings, a sermon, and sung prayers and hymns. Afterward, we gather for coffee and conversation.

Want a preview of what our 10:30 service looks like? Take a look at past service bulletins.


Prayers for Healing

On the third Sunday of each month, we include a time for prayer and healing ministries at both services. Any person, baptized or not, is welcome to come forward to receive prayers for healing and anointing with consecrated oil. You’ll be invited to come forward to the steps after Communion.