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Who we are

St. Luke’s is an active congregation, that connects individuals through youth and multi-generational programs bringing the community closer together while serving God and sharing God's Love.


St. Luke's is the Good Neighbor Church.  A church that reaches out to those in our congregation and our community who are in need both spiritually and physically.   We are grounded by faith in Christ and live every day in his Grace and hope.  

Lutherans: What We Believe

We believe that all people are imperfect and are saved (made right with God) by God’s grace and God’s grace alone, through Christ. There is no special prayer you need to pray, no special state of mind you need to achieve and no good deed you need to perform. We believe that through the life, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ, God became one of us and took upon himself the sin and suffering of all the world. God did this to demonstrate God’s love for us. We believe that we receive the gift of grace by faith alone on account of Christ. We live in the tension of still being sinful but trusting that we are forgiven and that God is at work in us. The gift of grace expresses God’s unconditional love, and in response to that love we are set free to live gratefully and lovingly. 

An important date in the Lutheran tradition is Oct. 31, 1517, when a German monk named Martin Luther started a movement known as the Reformation. He insisted the Bible showed that salvation could not be earned or bought, which was contrary to church teachings at the time. Luther believed salvation was a gift and a sign of God’s never-ending love. The most influential documents for our church were written by him and other Lutheran reformers. These are compiled in the Book of Concord. Key writings there include the Augsburg Confession and Martin Luther’s Small Catechism. We don’t believe that you are born or are baptized Lutheran, but if you participate in the Lutheran tradition, you identify as a Lutheran Christian. 

St. Luke's is a part of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of America (ELCA)
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God's Purpose for St. Luke's is to Connect, Serve, Grow in Christ's Love


Jesus is Lord
All are Saved by Grace
All are Welcome and Accepted
Worship is Vibrant and Accessible 
Share God’s Gifts Boldly 
Service is Love in Action
Listen and Learn Openly
Dream Courageously
Question Faithfully

St. Luke's is a place of rich history and has been in existence for over 125 years!  Although a lot has changed and will continue to change at St. Luke's in the years that are ahead, we feel that it is important to remember those that came before us to build and grow our church for over a century.


Click here to learn more about St. Luke's history.

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