All Lent activities are suspended while we are not worshiping in person or holding activities in our building. Watch for further updates on this website.

Worship


Thursday, April 9 | 7PM

Childcare available

Friday, April 10 | 12PM or 7PM

Childcare available

Sunrise Service in Robertson Chapel: 6:30AM

Traditional Service in the Sanctuary: 8:00, 9:30 and 11:15AM

Contemporary Service in Robertson Chapel: 8:00, 9:30 and 11:15AM

(Please note time changes from typical Sundays.)

Childcare available

For the safety and convenience of all our guests, new parking lot patterns will be in effect for Easter Sunday with traffic moving in a clockwise direction around the church building. Please enter at the main entrance on 86th Street.



Special Lenten Opportunities

Over 600 people at St. Luke's will participate in a Small Group during Lent. This allows us all to be focused on the same study once a year as we prepare ourselves for Easter. This 5-week group experience is a great way to grow in faith, meet new friends and serve our community. Find your small group here.


This class is designed to teach you the power of praying with prayer beads. Class includes a light soup and bread dinner. For more information, contact Regina Proctor.

Weekdays, February 27 - April 9, 11:45AM - 12PM
Lent is a time to make a special effort to develop a spiritual discipline and the Community for Contemplation and Justice offers a 15 minute spiritual pause in your busy day. Expect scripture reading, meditation and a time of silence. No registration or fee.

February 29, 9:30 - 11AM | Fellowship Hall
Just like pilgrims in the Middle Ages made pilgrimages across Europe to holy sites, as Lent begins, you can make your own pilgrimage by walking St. Luke's labyrinth. Expect a time of contemplation and sacred focus. Register here.

April 6 - 10, 8:30AM - 5PM | Fellowship Hall
Prepare for Easter by taking a meditative journey through the "stations" of Christ's last days. Permanent Stations of the Cross can be found in most Catholic Churches and we've adapted that practice for our context. The experience includes images, meditations and interactive activities to help you slow down and reflect. Included is an opportunity to walk a labyrinth. The entire experience is appropriate for your personal spiritual journey, your Lenten group, your family, your book study or any other groups looking for a shared Lenten experience. Printed Stations of the Cross booklets will be available. Offered by the Community for Contemplation and Justice.