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

Our Music Tradition

The tradition of music in the Lutheran church began with Martin Luther himself, writing and translating hymns into the language of the people.  In the same way, music has been a large part of St. Luke worship and culture from the beginning.

There are several ensembles that present music in liturgy throughout the year: Sanctuary Choir, The Bells of St. Luke, Salt & Spark Multigenerational Ensemble, St. Luke Singers, and numerous musicians and ensembles from Albuquerque and the Santa Fe area. We also collaborate with other churches in our ELCA community as well as groups from throughout the Albuquerque Interfaith Community. We serve as a concert venue for recitals featuring UNM students, local music studios, and visiting musicians. As a congregation, we are blessed to have such fine musicians in our midst who contribute their time and talent to our worship life.

St. Luke has had the pleasure to host local and national ensembles and performers such as the Chatter String Quartet, the New Mexico Philharmonic Orchestra, the Waldorf College Choir, the Gustavus Adolphus Choir, The American Guild of Organists–Albuquerque Chapter, Sarah Walder Cello Trips, Jared Aragón and sonidos encendidos, the Wisconsin Children’s Choir, and various recitals by UNM music students, including our own St Luke Choral Scholar, Brianna Joyce.

Our Instruments:


Our fine pipe organ was build by Casavant Frères Limitee in Quebec in 1,999 and is considered one of the fines instruments in the City. 



St. Luke’s Steinway piano was built in 1.897 and fully restored in 1,990. It was acquired by the congregation in 2013 and is regularly heard in liturgy and concert.