At St. Luke's worship is the central experience of our shared life in Jesus Christ. In worship we offer everything: our selves, our bodies and our souls to the transforming mercy of God. In worship we receive forgiveness of our sins, the assurance of God's love, and the power of the Holy Spirit to go forth to serve Christ by serving our neighbors far and near.
Our worship combines the contemporary with the traditional. The liturgies of our parish follow the Book of Common Prayer. Our contemporary worship space, with the altar in the center, is our expression of the ancient truth that the Sacraments of Jesus Christ are the central mystery and unity of our faith.
Tradition at St. Luke's also means a generous, widely inclusive hospitality. We take pride and care to make sure visitors feel welcomed and quickly oriented to the worship.
St. Luke's has always placed a high priority on the beauty of worship as celebrated by music, architecture, preaching and the entire liturgy. We take particular joy in our church, which was designed by one of our own parishioners, and being surrounded by art that inspires us, such as our Stations of the Cross, much of it created by other parishioners.
Thus, at St. Luke's we see in worship and all aspects of our parish life the art of living our faith.