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Worship

St. Luke’s offers services of Holy Eucharist on both Sundays and Thursdays. Each service has its own character and feel, appealing to the diverse spiritual needs of our congregation, from quiet and contemplative to stirring and energized.  Though unique, all are traditional, liturgical offerings in the Anglican tradition.

 

  • Worship Services

         Sundays, 8:00 AM, 9:30 AM, & 10:45 AM
        Thursdays, 12:10 PM

  • Lectors, Chalice Bearers, Acolytes, Ushers

  • St. Luke’s Verger Guild

  • St. Alban’s Altar Guild

  • Altar Flowers


For years I have been blessed to serve in various roles during worship services here at St. Luke’s. I love being a part of our liturgies, whether as a part of the service, or as part of the worshipping community. Worship in any form here continuously enriches my faith. I am so grateful to be a part of the family of St. Luke’s and to be able to serve both our Lord and the community here.

Liz Turpin, Verger

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Check out selected Formation classes, Sermons, and Music selections on our Facebook and YouTube pages.

Music

St. Luke’s is blessed by the talent of many wonderful vocalists and musicians who offer their gifts to the glory of God by enriching our worship through music. Congregational singing, choral anthems, and instrumental pieces all draw us closer to God by following his command to “Make a joyful noise.”

 

  • Music Ministries

                 St. Luke’s Adult Choir

                 Guest Vocalists and Musicians

                 Bach’s Lunch and Concert Series

Music at St. Luke’s sets the tone for prayerful worship – from the opening voluntary, the hymns, offertory and communion anthems and closing voluntary. St. Luke’s has been blessed to have world-class musicians at the helm of its music program and as a member of the Adult Choir, it is such a privilege to sing under the direction of Dr. Andrea Dismukes. Choir members not only get free lessons on vocal technique and diction but have the opportunity to understand how the chosen hymns connect to the scripture readings every Sunday. Indeed, we have “church” during rehearsals. Personally, choir rehearsals have been a sanctuary for me and give me the chance to breathe and just enjoy making music as part of worship.

There are multiple ways to participate in the stewardship campaign and singing joyfully as part of the congregation is definitely one of them. But if you have ever desired to be part of a camaraderie of amateur and professional singers, sign up for the choir and be part of multiple musical offerings that St. Luke’s has throughout the year.

Marili Shoop, St. Luke’s Choir Member

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