St. Luke's has 2 diverse worship experiences: traditional and contemporary.

Whether you prefer orchestra and choir or drums and electric guitar, both are meaningful expressions of our diverse faith community.

What to Expect

Traditional Services

Sunday at 8:15, 9:30, and 11AM and 4 and 7PM - Main Sanctuary

Traditional worship features diverse music from St. Luke's 85+ member choir, the St. Luke's orchestra, organ and piano, numerous vocal and instrumental ensembles, handbells, hymns and liturgy. When we are in the building, Senior Pastor Rob Fuquay offers messages that are biblical, relevant, and hopeful during the 8:15 and 9:30AM services. Various pastors present the message during the other services.

Contemporary Service

Sunday at 9:30, 11AM and 4 and 7PM – Robertson Chapel

In our contemporary service you will hear modern praise and worship music, and even some secular tunes. The music is band driven; electric guitars, drums, keys, and pop/rock vocals. We aren’t a “sit and watch” crowd. People in our contemporary services are engaged.