At The Church of St. Luke and The Epiphany, we seek to be an open and welcoming place where individuals may safely bring their different backgrounds and perspectives to explore, experience and practice Christian faith.
The Sunday liturgy is the central event of our life together, from which all other activities flow. We encourage a deep respect for each person offering our weaknesses and our strengths.
Through our celebrations and activities we are encouraged, challenged and renewed.
Worshipers who are hard of hearing now have a new ally: roughly 90 percent of the seating in the nave is now covered by a hearing loop, installed during the summer of 2014. A hearing loop is a device that transmits sound from our PA system di ...
In many churches which trace their origins through the sixteenth century's Reformation, the last Sunday in October is a commemoration of the date in 1517 when Martin Luther, a Roman Catholic Augustinian monk, posted 95 criticisms of the Church's ...
9 am and 11 am Holy Eucharist. Sunday School and child care available for the 11 am service.
5:45 pm Contemplative Prayer.
6:30 pm Evening Prayer & Holy Eucharist.
7 pm Epiphany Tuesday Event.
First Friday of the Month
7 - 8 pm Prayer around the Cross.
Sundays from July through Labor Day, 10 am Holy Eucharist. Child care available. Check Calendar for weekday services.