Worship at St. Luke’s blends the ritual beauty of the classical Anglican tradition with a contemporary and progressive understanding of Christ’s liberating, unselfish love.

On Sunday and during the week, laypeople serve with our clergy through shared ministry, to plan, prepare, and participate in our worship. We are a liturgical church, which means we follow an ancient pattern of worship. Our worship is based in The Book of Common Prayer (BCP) and includes prayer, Scripture readings, reflection, songs, and the celebration of Holy Eucharist.

While the pattern of worship remains consistent, each week is a totally new experience because of the readings and songs and sermon change.

At St. Luke’s we are blessed with an incredible music ministry that supports and enhances our worship. Under the direction of Sharon Anway, our composer-in-residence, our choir offers a wide variety of vocal and instrumental offerings in an eclectic mixture of styles and genres including Renaissance, traditional hymnody, Klezmer, Americana, Mariachi, spirituals, world music, South African freedom songs, and original compositions.


Join us for hybrid worship on Sunday mornings beginning at 10:00 AM

Thanks to the consistently low infection rate tracked by the Center for Disease Control (CDC) in Black Hawk County, the Vestry, after prayerful and careful consideration, has decided to lessen the mask requirement from “required” to “encouraged” as of April 24.  We will continue to follow other protocols: encouraging vaccination and boosters, staying home if you or anyone in your household is not feeling well; sanitizing hands; and social distancing.

PLEASE NOTE: If infection rates rise, we will go back to requiring masks.
Thank you for your help in caring for the most vulnerable among us.

Zoom Room Link

In the event you are having issues accessing the bulletin, please be assured that the bulletin will be broadcast via Zoom during the worship.

Online Bulletin Link for the Sixth Sunday of Easter – 5/22/22

Coffee Hour is back!  Please plan to join us in Will Hall following the worship service for coffee and conversation.