Worship with us at St. Luke's

Sunday Services

This is the table of Jesus Christ. Everyone belongs.

You are invited to join us at St. Luke's for our services of Holy Eucharist. Each service has its own unique tone and rhythm, deeply reverential, and filled with opportunity for prayer, worship, and learning. The service bulletin serves as our guide to worship.

Holy Eucharist, 8:00 AM

Holy Communion with traditional language, readings from scripture, and prayers, accompanied by music and a homily by Fr. Joel. Service is followed by Coffee Hour in the church courtyard.

Holy Eucharist,
9:30 AM

Contemplative service of Holy Communion in contemporary language, readings from scripture, and prayers with a homily by Fr. Joel. 

Holy Eucharist, 10:45 AM

Holy Communion with contemporary language readings from scripture, prayers, and choir, with a homily by Fr. Joel. Service is followed by Coffee Hour in the church courtyard. Service also available via livestream*.

Mid-week Services

You are invited to join us at St. Luke's for any of our mid-week offerings, offered both in-person and online.  The service bulletin serves as our guide to worship.

Wednesday 6:00 PM
Evening Prayer

Thursday, 12:10 PM
Holy Eucharist

Quiet and contemplative service of Evening Prayer from the Book of Common Prayer.

Also available via livestream*.

Contemplative service of Holy Communion in contemporary language, readings from scripture, and prayer with a brief meditation from Fr. Joel. Also available via livestream*.

Covid-19 Policies

Thank you for your continued support and cooperation as we transition back into our regular service schedule.

CDC Recommended Guidelines regarding masks as updated on August 13, 2021

  • If you are not fully vaccinated and aged 2 or older, you should wear a mask in indoor public places.

  • In general, you do not need to wear a mask in outdoor settings. 

  • People who have a condition or are taking medications that weaken their immune system may not be fully protected even if they are fully vaccinated. They should continue to take all precautions recommended for unvaccinated people, including wearing a well-fitted mask, until advised otherwise by their healthcare provider.

  • If you are fully vaccinated, to maximize protection from the Delta variant and prevent possibly spreading it to others, wear a mask indoors in public if you are in an area of substantial or high transmission.

A Letter from Fr. Joel

Dear Friends,

In recent weeks, in our local community and region we have seen a dramatic rise in the number of COVID cases. The August 25, 2021 issue of the Cleveland Daily Banner contains several articles on the increasing severity of the spread regarding number of cases and the mounting strain on our local and regional healthcare facilities, healthcare workers, and first responders. Within the parish and the extended St. Luke’s family we are seeing a concerning rise in cases among people of all ages.

From the beginning of the pandemic, the policy of St. Luke’s has been to publish and be guided by current CDC guidelines. The current guidelines as of August 13, 2021 are published below.

Going forward, every effort will be made to keep the church open and to maintain our schedule of worship services and other offerings. It will take all of us working together to help slow the spread both within the parish and in our wider community.

Love and peace,
Fr. Joel


What to Expect

Worship FAQs


At St. Luke's, we worship using liturgies from the Book of Common Prayer. These services usually consist of readings from the Old and New Testaments, communal prayers for ourselves and others, a sermon or homily, and a celebration of Holy Communion. Bulletins with the order of worship printed out are provided. If you ever feel like you don't know what to do next, just imitate the people around you and over time you'll begin to get a feel for the rhythms and habits of our services.


We welcome all baptized Christians to the altar for Communion, regardless of denominational identity. We reserve the Eucharist for baptized Christians not to exclude anyone, but because we believe that Baptism is the way people are made a part of Christ's Body, the Church. Holy Eucharist is the sacrifice of praise and thanksgiving that the Church offers to God, and the means by which the Church is knitted together into one body. If you have any questions about Baptism or Communion, Fr. Joel or another member of the church staff would be more than happy to have a conversation with you.


We have spaces for parking on the church's property, and additional parking is available on the streets surrounding the church. Please refrain from parking in the First Presbyterian parking lot next door to us.


We joyfully welcome families with children at all of our services. We know that kids tend to giggle and squirm, and we welcome the life and joy that they bring to our prayer and worship. Children often bring the most insightful questions about God and faith, and we would love the chance to chat with them about whatever they're curious about.


Come in whatever makes you feel most comfortable. Some of our members like to dress up, and some prefer to dress more casually. The choice is entirely up to you and what you feel most comfortable worshipping in.