OUR CHURCH COMMUNITY
Welcome to St. Luke’s! We’re glad you’re visiting us. Our congregation is committed to helping people worship, proclaim the Gospel, and grow spiritually in our relationship with God in Christ.
Our services at St. Luke’s follow a traditional, liturgical format. We follow a printed order of service found in the Book of Common Prayer that enables all of us to pray together in unison and to join with other Episcopalians in other places as they worship the Lord in the same way.
In the Episcopal tradition, Holy Communion, also known as Holy Eucharist, is our primary form of worship. All baptized Christians are welcome to receive Communion in the Episcopal Church.
We come together in worship, ministry, formation, outreach, and fellowship because Jesus called us into community. We know this because Jesus called a group of disciples, and before he died he told them to go out and make other disciples in every land on earth.
As his disciples, we are called as Christians to a lifelong journey of spiritual formation, continually renewing and deepening our relationship with God, through worship, study, conversation, and prayer. Jesus also commanded us to love one another as we have been loved, so we know that to live a Christian life is to live a life in which we are in relationship with others as well as in a relationship with God.
This website is provided to introduce you to our parish family. We encourage you to join us for worship and fellowship. Someone from the church will be happy to respond to any questions you may have about our life together. On behalf of the St. Luke’s family, I extend to you a very warm welcome.
Love and peace,
The Rev. Joel W. Huffstetler
CLERGY AND STAFF
FR. JOEL HUFFSTETLER
DEACON ART BASS
DR. ANDREA DISMUKES
Director of Music
DR. JONATHAN JUNG
DR. JOOHAE KIM
Director of Christian Education and Minister to Youth and Young Adults
Volunteer Director of Children's Ministries