Everyone is welcome here.
Come discover the heart of St. Luke's!
We invite everyone to join us in the Church Yard for Eucharist on Sundays--bring your own chair, dress comfortably and for the weather, and arrive by 10:00 am. Eucharist is celebrated Wednesdays in the garden in warm weather seasons.
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You'll find children's activities, youth studies, college fellowship, book studies, choir, prayer and worship to meet various interests.
Boone, North Carolina
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Energy Production Monitor (Solar Picnic Shelter)
Learn how St. Luke's is staying safe during COVID-19
Come join us in our highly interactive, mutually participatory worship experience as we gather each Sunday in the Sanctuary, the Church Yard and on Zoom! We remain committed to the love and care of our neighbor and seek to do our part to support the public health of our wider community. We ask anyone attending in person to do the following: Read more
You’ll find an authentic expression of faith at St. Luke’s. The church community demonstrates this beautifully as they share their stories and lives together. Those seeking a church connection and those asking deep questions are loved and accepted.
St. Luke’s parishioners and their Priest and Rector, The Rev. Cynthia (Cyndi) Banks, share a deep commitment to social justice as they strive to grow into the full stature of Christ. They pursue ways to be Christ’s hands, feet and heart to neighbors, the community and to one another. Together, the congregation wrestles with current issues and grounds itself in a place deeper than any divisions.
The church community demonstrates love and nurtures healthy relationships while doing life together. We invite all who seek a richer, deeper worship experience and genuine, loving relationships with fellow pilgrims on the way to find a home at St. Luke’s.
Amidst the real stuff of life, come celebrate the acceptance that is part of St. Luke’s DNA!
Twenty-Third Sunday after Pentecost 2021- Cyndi Banks
Twenty-second Sunday after Pentecost 2021 - Deacon Greg Erikson
Twenty-First Sunday after Pentecost 2021 - Cyndi Banks
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|Sundays||10:15 a.m.||Worship – Church Yard ( see COVID information on main page) & Zoom. Please arrive or log-on by 10:00 a.m. For more information, see worship slider.|
|7:00 p.m.||Compline – Zoom|
Healing Noonday Prayer – Zoom
Holy Eucharist in the Mary Boyer Garden
|Fridays||10:00 a.m.||Book Study – Zoom|
|Fridays||4:30 p.m.||Growing with God & Godly Play – Zoom|
Contact us to receive links to these events: firstname.lastname@example.org.
St. Luke’s Calendar
Learn how St. Luke’s is staying safe during COVID-19
We remain committed to the love and care of our neighbor and seek to do our part to support the public health of our wider community. We ask those coming to any in-person activity to do a COVID symptom self-check and to refrain
from attending if one has any symptoms or has been exposed to anyone with symptoms, to wear a mask that covers the nose and mouth, to maintain six feet of space between households, and to follow instructions from the Host.
Come join us in our highly interactive, mutually participatory worship experience as we gather each Sunday in our Church Yard or on Zoom! Contact Susan Musilli at email@example.com to receive the weekly link.
Thank you for helping us show the love! To continue supporting our ongoing mission and ministry or to continue supporting our community partners—the Community Care Clinic, the Hunger Coalition, Hospitality House, and WeCan—through the Hunger Basket, please click on this link: St. Luke’s Online Giving.
Join us for a very special Christmas Eve on Thursday, Dec. 24!
- Gathering time on Zoom at 4:30 p.m.
- Christmas Play at 4:45 p.m.
- Holy Eucharist at 5:00 p.m.
Service on Zoom at 10:30 a.m. as The Rev. Cynthia Banks leads The Liturgy of the Word and delivers a Christmas Day meditation.
To receive the links for worship, please contact Susan Musilli at firstname.lastname@example.org.