St. Luke’s Episcopal Church is a welcoming and caring community built on a foundation of faith and good works. The people of this parish hold many points of view, from the very liberal to the very conservative. Yet diverse in thought as we are, our parish is made whole by our understanding that God’s love descends on each of us in equal measure, and that we are reconciled to God and to each other through the sharing of the Body and Blood of Christ in the Holy Communion and through the liturgies of repentance, prayer, and praise in The Book of Common Prayer.
“…Don’t call your new building a ‘sanctuary’ as that term refers to a place of escape. The church building is a gathering place for communion with the people of God and Christ. Your escape should be into the world, into the marketplace where your mission is.”
-Father William Gray