No Saturday Worship Service (resumes August 17th)

Sunday Worship Services:
8:15 AM Outdoor Courtyard Worship Service
10:30 AM In-person Worship service & Live - streamed

Holy Communion

HOLY COMMUNION  At St. Luke, all Christians who desire to receive Christ in, with and under the bread and wine of Holy Communion are warmly invited to do so, regardless of your age or denomination. If you or your children are not yet baptized into the Christian faith, please contact the pastors who would love to help you receive this sacrament of grace and belonging. As Lutheran Christians, we trust and teach what Martin Luther wrote in his Small Catechism: “These [Biblical] words, (given for you) and (shed for you for the forgiveness of sins) when accompanied by the physical eating and drinking, are the essential thing in the sacrament, and whoever believes these very words has what they declare and state, namely, ‘forgiveness of sins.’” By hearing these words of our Lord Jesus Christ spoken, and by physically receiving ordinary bread and ordinary wine (or grape juice), we believe the Holy Spirit unites even those whom physical distance and health concerns must separate, and Jesus Christ again humbles himself to become fully present in his real body and blood, given to each of us, and all of us together.