Later @ St. Luke’s
Later @ St. Luke’s is A BOLD NEW THING! It’s a dynamic and innovative multicultural evening worship service that is open to everyone. Led by Rev. Dr. Marion Miller, Later @ St. Luke’s offers many dimensions, expressions, and avenues for worship. Incorporated into each worship experience are a variety of theatrical art forms, including dance, drama and powerful messages, as well as a wide range of contemporary Christian, gospel and jazz music.
This multi-faceted approach to worship encourages authentic expressions of love and devotion, as well as adoration and praise to God. The Later @ St. Luke’s worship service is merely our response to what God has already done. Our hope is that all who join us understand that worship is more than a weekly experience . . . it is a lifestyle of expressing our love for God and responding to God’s love for us. So by hearing the Good News, people connect with God and get involved.
These worship services are held every Sunday at 6:00 pm in Robertson Chapel on the St. Luke's campus. Holy Communion is served every week as we share in community prayers.
Later @ St. Luke's multicultural service is seeking individuals who have a passion for Hispanic ministry. Those who are bilingual in English and Spanish or would be interested in helping build this ministry should contact Dr. Marion Miller.
What is Later?
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December 21, 6:00pmLocation: Robertson Chapel Come worship with us as we celebrate the hope Christ offers in the midst of darkness....more
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