Who we are
St. Luke-Ann Arbor is a Lutheran congregation (LCMS) that offers traditional and contemporary worship services – using a full band, video and other forms of media.
What to expect
We have ample parking including spaces for people with special needs or expectant mothers.
We offer complimentary coffee and tea on Sunday mornings.
During the school year a full breakfast is served from 8:30-10 a.m. in the West Wing.
Our education hour is on Sundays from 9:45-10:45 a.m. and has classes for adults, youth and children. We do not offer Sunday School during the summer months, but nursery is available for children age 2 and under. For a list of current educational offerings, please visit our Education Page for Sunday and weekday classes. If you are interested in joining a small group, you can fill out the form on the Small Group Page and we can help you get connected!
We have both traditional and contemporary serves to choose from. Although both services take from our Lutheran heritage, the Traditional service uses more hymns and traditional liturgy, and the contemporary service uses more modern songs and music. Communion is offered at all of our services.
We do not follow a dress code at St. Luke-Ann Arbor. Our guests are encouraged to wear what makes them feel comfortable.
During the school year, children are invited to “follow the cross” to children’s church for a more child-friendly message during the sermon.
What we believe
To read more about our multi-site community, what we believe as Lutherans and the sacraments, please visit our About Page for more information.