New to St. Luke’s
We know. We're big. Here's the thing: we didn't mean to get so big, but good things happen at St. Luke's and before we know it, more people are becoming part of this faith community. We think that's a good thing.
The trick to not getting overwhelmed is to find your small-church setting within all that a big church has to offer. We can help you do that. While membership is not required to attend St. Luke's and partake in all it has to offer, a membership class is a great first step for many to take, a way to get to know the pastors, other new members, and receive a little orientation to the many ministries and programs of St. Luke's.
Your best first step to take when coming to St. Luke's is to come to the church office. Our front office staff will most likely be able to answer your question, or find someone who can. Park near door 6, turn right once inside the doors and you'll be there in a few steps. Our office staff is on duty 8:30AM-5PM, Monday through Friday, with volunteers available most weekdays in the early evening, and on Sunday mornings.
Take your time looking through this site to get an idea of how you or your family connect. If you haven't been to St. Luke's yet, make sure to attend a worship service of your choice. You'll discover big faith, big love and big opportunities at a little church we call St. Luke's.
St. Luke's is an open community of Christians gathering to seek, celebrate, live and share the love of God for all creation. We envision being transformed by God and transforming the world into a compassionate, just, inclusive, Christ-like community.
Passionate People Powered by God
In 1952, a small group of lay people from Central Avenue Methodist church felt called by God to organize a new congregation of believers on the far north side of the city. Without the support of the Bishop and Cabinet these lay persons started a congregation themselves. They rented the American Legion Hall in Broad Ripple, invited retired pastors and lay people to lead the services, recruited Sunday School teachers and started a worshipping community all on their own. Read more
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St. Luke's clergy
L-R: Dr. Marion Miller, Rev. Stan Abell, Rev. Rob Fuquay, Rev. Jamalyn Peigh Williamson, Dr. Linda McCoy, Rev. David Williamson (not pictured: Rev. Marsha Hutchinson).
St. Luke's is located at 100 W. 86th Street in Indianapolis, one block west of Meridian Street. No matter how you get here, you'll be glad you came.