Jesus Welcomed Everyone to the Table; So do We.

St. Luke’s Episcopal Church

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The Return of the Chalice

Due to the Coronavirus pandemic we had to say goodbye to our beloved Chalice in order to meet CDC restrictions.

Good news! Our beloved chalice has returned!

In order to ensure the safety and comfort of our parishioners we will offer both the common chalice and individual glasses.

If you are interested in using one of the individual cups for the blessed wine, there will be a bowl to clean and recycle these glasses for all of our services.

If glass is unavailable disposable cups may be substituted. Please know that the disposable cups are sustainably sourced and fully biodegradable.

We will be offering both the common chalice and individual cups for the foreseeable future.

Jesus Welcomed Everyone to the Table; So Do We

At St. Luke’s our goal is to create a welcoming and safe environment to all who desire building a deep relationship with Christ. Wherever you are on your spiritual journey, our doors are open.

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Jesus welcomed everyone to the table. So do we

 

Office & Services

Sunday 8am in-person only
Sunday 10am & Wednesday noon online and in-person

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Christian Formation

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Spirituality in Action

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Music

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