Worship Times and Styles

St. Luke has a rich and vibrant worship tradition.


Worship services always include the celebration of The Lord's Supper. St Luke welcomes all to share in Holy Communion.

Worship services integrate relevant preaching and excellent music. Sunday morning services include a brief children's gather with a special message for our young members. Children may choose to come forward or remain in their pews during this time.


Nursery care is provided on Sunday Mornings from 8:00 am until the conclusion of the late service for children ages 4 and under.

  • Sunday Morning Worship

    Summer Schedule begins June 11th. Sunday Mornings will have a single worship service at 9:30 am.


    Our two service schedule resumes September 10th.


    8:15 am

    This service follows the rich liturgical tradition of the Lutheran Church. The Senior Choir sings and leads worship on the second and third Sundays of each month.

    11:00 am

    This service follows a traditional liturgy on the first and fourth Sundays of each month. On the second and third Sundays of each month the Celebrate Team sings and leads a more contemporary style of worship



  • One Service Sundays

    Occasionally, we will hold a "One Service Sunday" with worship at 9:30 am. This allows our entire congregation to join together in worship and is often accompanied by a fellowship activity. These special days will be announced on the website, through the midweek update email, in the Sunday announcements and in our newsletter, The Scroll. On these days, there is no Sunday School/ Learning Hour.



  • Dinner Church

    A midweek, evening worship service that gathers around a meal. Come anytime between 5:45 and 6:30 pm to help prepare the meal and the space for worship. Our meal and worship service will start at 6:30 pm. If you want to offer your time and talents to this worship service or if you would like to see if your allergy/dietary need can be accommodated, please email Pastor Sarah. 



  • Southeast Ecumenical Youth Gatherings

    Led by youth leader, Luke Cloutier, these worship services take place once a month on a Sunday evening. They feature contemporary praise music and a sermon message especially relevant for young people. All denominations and traditions are welcome to take part in this worship service.