Worship is 10:30 am every Sunday

What to expect

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Friendly faces, warm welcomes, and genuine caring.

As a More Light congregation, our doors and hearts are open to everyone and every age. We welcome diversity at St. Luke. All ethnic identities, genders, gender identities, physical/mental abilities, and sexual orientations are welcome.  We believe every person is loved by God and we strive to be a church that includes all people in leadership and service.

When you worship at St. Luke, you will experience a variety of joyous music, a spirituality grounded in our daily lives, and challenging sermons which call the congregation to work for peace, justice and change in our world.


We are committed to a progressive Christian theology which is inclusive of all people and respectful of world religious traditions. Please feel free to dress comfortably and join us for worship.

Care for Infants & Toddlers

In our sanctuary is a Children’s Corner. From 9:00 am to 11:30 am we provide a child care attendant, certified in First Aid and CPR for Infants, Toddlers, and Adults.

Faith Formation


Children begin worship with their families. After an intentional moment where they are honored each week, children and youth are invited to attend age-specific faith groups coordinated by our Associate Pastor.


At St. Luke, we believe all are welcome at the table of grace for the sacrament of Holy Communion. We serve by "intinction," where all are invited to dip the bread of life into the cup of the new covenant, to connect with the life-giving light and legacy of Jesus’ ministry. We practice Holy Communion on the first Sunday of each month. (Gluten free options and grape juice are used). There is no restriction placed on children, youth, membership status, or identity which would bar someone from taking communion, when we observe the sacrament on the first Sunday of each month. Read more


The St. Luke Choir sings most Sundays from September through May. Special Music is periodically provided by members of the congregation, such as soloists and The Folk Group.