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- 8:15am: Traditional Holy Communion (BCP)

- 10:00am: Choral Family Eucharist (BAS) with Sunday Club and Nursery for children

Marriage, Baptism & Funeral

If you are interested in talking about baptism, weddings, or funerals, or if you would like to meet for a quiet conversation and pastoral counseling, please contact a member of the Clergy.



This rite marks an individual's formal entry into the Christian family (the Church). People of all ages may be baptized. Baptisms are done during the 10 a.m. service on selected Sundays. Candidates for baptism, or their parents, are invited to meet with one of the clergy to learn about and reflect on the meaning of the vows to be taken. Because baptism is the initiation rite of the Church, we baptize members of St. Luke's Church and their children. Please complete the "Application for Baptism" form below and contact the clergy to arrange a meeting to discuss the Christian baptism. >> Application For Baptism <<



St. Luke's is a very popular Church for weddings, due to its history, beauty and location. We are pleased and excited that you are considering this special day to include St. Luke's. Weddings are conducted according to the rites in either the Book of Alternative Services or the Book of Common Prayer, to join man and woman in holy matrimony. Couples, including those who are not regular members of the church, are asked to attend a series of preparatory meetings to learn about and reflect on the meaning of the vows to be taken. All information pertaining to marriage at St. Luke's, including costs, is available in the "St. Luke's Wedding Policy Pamphlet" below. We also have a wonderful facility located right next door to the church that is ideal for receptions. For more information on Hall rentals and wedding packages, please visit "Hosting Your Special Event" section. >> St. Luke's Wedding Policy Pamphlet <<


We welcome the privilege of helping anyone in grief through funeral services and grief counseling. Please contact the office or any member of the clergy.

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