Welcome to St. Luke’s! This page should give you the information you need to feel comfortable joining us for the first time.
Service times are:
Saturday, 6:00 PM – Traditional
Sunday, 8:30 AM – Traditional
Sunday, 11:00 AM – Praise & Worship
Communion is on the 1st and 3rd weekend of the month.
The church parking lot is located east of the sanctuary and office building.
Parking is also available west of the church in front of the girl scouts house. If you use this parking lot, be sure to park on the north side only.
The fraternity parking lot north of the church is also available for parking.
You may also be able to park on the street, north of the church, on Saturdays and Sundays.
What to Expect
At our worship services, you’ll see infants and toddlers, children and youth, college students, young and mature adults, and elderly. You’ll see families, singles, couples, empty nesters, and even a few multi-generational families.
Our Traditional service has more suits, and our Praise & Worship service has more jeans, but you’ll see both at every service.
At our Traditional service, we use a hymnal (Lutheran Service Book) and sing hymns with an organ. At the Praise & Worship service, praise & worship songs are led by a praise team or, occasionally, by a praise band.
We have a Activity Bag for children located in the front lobby area (called a narthex). The bags include quiet games and coloring pages for children during the church service. After the service you can return the bags where you found them so that others can use them at the next service.
On Sundays, we have a Children’s Sermon followed by Children’s Church (for Preschoolers through 2nd grade) with dismissal just before the message.
After the 8:30 AM service (about 9:30 AM), coffee, juice, and donuts are served in the Fellowships Hall (downstairs, below the sanctuary).
Between the services on Sunday, we have our Educational hour (9:45-10:45 AM) which includes Sunday School and Adult Bible Studies.
What We Believe
St. Luke’s Lutheran Church is a Bible believing church. We believe that we are saved by grace through faith in Christ alone. We are a congregation in The Lutheran Church – Missouri Synod. Click here for a summary of what we believe.