Online Worship on Sundays
While gathering together is our preferred way of meeting with each other, we are currently on hiatus from our regular worship schedule.
We invite you to join us online for our weekly Sunday morning experiences.
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At St. Luke, the main focus of our worship is God and His Son Jesus Christ as our Savior, and what He has done for us all. We gather regularly to respond to His love, grace, and mercy for us…
- Through Biblically-based teaching, reading of Scripture, prayer, and the sacraments.
- Through songs and hymns with rich content; we authentically offer our praises to the One who deserves it, not by going through the motions, but with heart-felt singing and praise.
- Through striving to be a church whose focus is not only on those who gather weekly, but on the community and the world.
St. Luke currently offers two differing yet similar worship styles: a traditional, liturgical-based worship service called “Living Heritage,” and a more modern, contemporary-style worship gathering called “Living Praise.” Communion is also celebrated at both services every week.
The Living Heritage service is rooted in Scripture, centering around our Lutheran heritage and traditions of singing hymns, a liturgy typically led with organ, a cantor (song leader), and occasionally a choir.
The Living Praise gathering is rooted in Scripture, centering around a more modern flow of the service as we are encouraged to encounter our loving God through contemporary music led by a worship band, Biblical preaching and teaching, and a freedom to visibly express our worship and praise that flows from our hearts and souls.