Due to the Covid-19 Pandemic our worship service will be found on our
The Service will be posted Sunday Mornings at 6:00 AM
St. Luke Lutheran Church Worship
(Our Sanctuary is Air conditioned)
Wednesday @ 7:00 PM
Sunday @ 9:00 AM
Sunday @ 11:00 AM
Soul Celebration or Blended Worship
Casual Organ/Piano lead worship surrounding scripture and the message with today's world. Communion is offered on the 2nd, 4th, and 5th Wednesdays of the month.
This service lasts about 45 minutes
Traditional liturgical worship surrounding scripture and a message with musical offerings by our voice and bell choirs, and traditional hymns and liturgy led by an organ. Communion is offered on the 2nd, 4th, and 5th Sundays of the month.
This service lasts about an hour.
Prayer and Praise contemporary piano lead worship that combines scripture and the message with praise songs. Soul Celebration takes place on the 1st and 3rd Sundays of the month.
Organ/ piano lead worship surrounding scripture and a message with musical offerings by our voice and bell choirs along with praise choruses and classic hymns. Blended Worship takes place on the 2nd, 4th, and 5th Sunday of the month and communion is offered at this service.
Both of these services last about an hour
The Sacrament of Holy Communion
We believe that Christ’s body and blood are given to us in, with, and under the bread and the wine. This mystery builds up our faith through the forgiveness He offers in this meal, thus strengthening our fellowship with him and all believers.
If you believe this, you are welcome at the table of the Lord.
For those who have an intolerance to wine, several of the individual Communion glasses in each of the trays are filled with white juice. They are in the center of the tray and are recognizable by the difference in the color of their content.
It is our practice at St. Luke to instruct our youth prior to taking the Lord’s Supper. That instruction begins in grade six, and youth able to take communion after they are confirmed in the faith at the end of seventh grade. To avoid confusion, we ask that guests and visitors with younger children respect this practice or speak to the Pastor if there are further questions.