St. Luke’s offers many opportunities to get to know other church members, to socialize and form deeper connections as a community. We have a reputation for being friendly and welcoming, and for offering great food at all of our events


We believe children are not just the future of the church, they are our present as well. Children bring joy and life to all of St. Luke’s events and activities.


According to Matthew 25, to be a follower of Jesus is to feed the hungry, clothe the naked, give drink to the thirsty, visit the prisoner, care for the sick and welcome the stranger. St. Luke’s believes this message of service to others is at the heart of the Christian life, and our church is engaged in a wide variety of service to the community and those in need..


St. Luke’s tries to follow in Jesus’ footsteps by practicing care and compassion for those in our church family and in the wider community and the world. These caring ministries reach out to the sick, lonely and homebound in our congregation and extended family.


The music ministry at St. Luke's seeks to glorify God through the creative and authentic interpretation of the Church's musical literature and to use a variety of means (musical and otherwise) on which to meditate and present the grace and grandeur of our God.


We believe in the “priesthood of all believers,” that all baptized Christians are called to service and leadership in the church, according to their gifts. We also practice a congregational polity, which means our church is governed by a democracy