1737 Hillandale Rd · Durham, NC 27705 · 919af913kjfdap-286-2273 · parish-admin@stlukesdurham.org

All Are Welcome at St. Luke's!

Welcome to St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, a God-loving, Christ-centered, neighbor-serving community located in north Durham! At St. Luke's we welcome individuals of every race, nationality, gender, age, ability, sexual orientation, and economic circumstance to join us on our journey toward a deeper, richer relationship with God.

  • Online Book Study Begins October 12

    St Luke's first ONLINE book discussion will focus on L. William Countryman's Biblical Authority or Biblical Tyranny?, an accessible and engaging Anglican critique of both the fundamentalist and the relativist approaches to Holy Scripture. Copies are available online on most major book-selling sites for under $10. If you have questions, feel free to contact Peach McDouall.

  • St. Luke's at the NC Pride Festival

    See photos of the 30 St. Lukers who participated in the 2014 NC Pride Festival.  See how many of them you can recognize!

  • St. Luke's Adult Forum going strong

    St. Luke's Adult Forum is presenting a three-part series on poverty and our response to it.  Speakers have been Dr. Stephen Chapman, Assoc. Prof. of Old Testament at Duke and Tyler Hambley, M.Div. at Duke.  The speaker on September 28th will be Rev. Mel Williams, recently retired Pastor of Watts Street Baptist Church.

  • St. Luke's Ministry Fair

    St. Luke's Ministry Fair gave parishioners an opportunity to learn of the many ways they can serve the church and the greater Durham community and beyond.

  • Photos from Our Fall Work Day

    See St. Lukers pressure wash, blow leaves, garden, clean interiors, and more!

  • New Faith Team Partner

    A Faith Team is a partnership with someone who is returning to our community from prison.  It is the opportunity to make a real difference in the lives of these ex-offenders and give them a chance to reconnect with the community rather than return to prison.

    This year, our partner is William McQuaig IV.

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