Open. We mean it. No matter who you are or what your story we welcome you in the name of Jesus – who welcomes each and all of us with unconditional love. As a result, you can expect the gathered St. Luke’s community to differ in age, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, socio-economic status and life experience, as God works wonders in our midst.
When you are planning a visit to St. Luke's, call ahead: 317-846-3404 x308. We will arrange for a member of our hospitality team to meet you, answer any questions you may have and even attend worship with you if you like.
Even if you don't call ahead, we hope all new guests will stop by the Welcome Center in the gathering area by the sanctuary, where we provide more information about our ministry — and a small gift.
Diverse worship experiences offer meaningful expressions to a diverse faith community. Find the worship style that best supports your faith journey. You can get a taste of our worship experience from our Watch Live page on Sunday mornings, or check out the sermon archive to view sermons from past weeks any time, 24/7.
We provide special age-appropriate opportunities from childcare to children’s classes, and from middle school to high school youth. With each developmental stage for children and youth in mind, we have developed a curriculum that follows children from infancy through high school. We call it "Steps." Learn more about our Steps curriculum.
Meanwhile, we strive to provide support to young children who worship with their parents. Our worship materials keep little hands busy and little minds focused. Middle Schoolers can pick up a Middle School Worship Guide. Find these materials at the Welcome Center before you enter the Sanctuary or Chapel for worship.
Our young adult ministry continues to welcome new participants. Learn more at the table in the Narthex on Sunday mornings, or contact Mindie Moore, Director of Emerging Adult Ministries by email or phone 317-846-3404, x369 in advance of your visit.
Many of our new guests find their way to St. Luke's by participating in our extensive outreach programming. Whether we slip into a red t-shirt to help build a home or don an apron to serve a meal, St. Luke's participants often get their start with us by first engaging in one of our many outreach efforts.