Upcoming Events


St. Luke’s invites you to worship with us in a safe, socially-distanced way as the pandemic continues in our nation. We have Sanctuary Services every Sunday at 8:30AM. Participants will wear facemasks and sit at least 6 feet apart from one another. Communion will be celebrated with pre-packaged bread and wine. Call the church office to register for a seat, as spaces are limited to ensure social-distancing. 

Drive-In Worship Services are held in the front parking lot every Sunday morning at 10:30 AM. Each car of worship participants may register for a parking space, since spaces are limited.

Live-Stream Services will continue to be posted each Sunday morning on our church website and Facebook page for those who wish to worship with us remotely.


Our Advent Weekday Services will be called, “Light the Night.”  They will take place in the grassy area in front of our Sanctuary on Thursdays at 6:30PM starting on December 3rd.  We will have a lighted Christmas tree, strands of hanging lights, luminaries and a bonfire.  Those who wish to bring their own lawn chairs to sit in as family groups are spaced 6 feet away from one another and wearing facemasks may do so. Folks who wish to stay in their cars are welcome to do that as well.  We are excited to worship with you in this way; to share the light of Jesus in a safe way in the midst of these difficult times.


On Sunday, December 13th, St. Luke’s will hold Sidewalk Sunday School in our back parking lot for all kids and parents to attend. There will be games, songs, and stories. Join us as we have fun with friends and learn the stories of our faith!


Our Augsburg Sunday School Class meets each week at 11:30AM by Zoom. All are welcome to join us! Call the church office, and we will connect you. 



We invite you to worship with us this Christmas Eve. We will have outdoor services at 4:30PM and 6PM, and services in our sanctuary at 8PM, 10PM, & 11:15 PM in addition to a Live-Stream service for participants to join us remotely. For more info on how to register/reserve a space/tune into these services, check out our Christmas Eve Page.


Each year at St. Luke’s, we celebrate Thanksgiving by sharing the bounty God has given us with others who are in need. While Covid-19 prevents us from gathering with other congregations to pack bags of food together this year, we are still in need of funds to buy all of the turkey dinner supplies, and we are in need of deliverers to carry the pre-packed turkey dinner baskets out to 200 families in our community. Please consider givingtoward this important ministry, especially in this time when so many are alone and in need. To find out more about this project, check out St. Luke’s Thanksgiving Basket Project.


Our Angel Tree will be placed in the sanctuary on November 22nd, just in time for all the after Thanksgiving sales. Gifts need to be returned by December 13th. We normally receive about 100 angels from local charities. This year, because of Covid19, the need may even be greater. We will need as many people as possible to help us make this Christmas holiday a happy one for the children in our community. To find out more details on how you can help, check out St. Luke’s Angel Tree Page.


Help us keep St. Luke’s Little Food Pantry full through the Advent season by taking part in our Reverse Advent Calendar, where instead of getting something each day, we share something that we have! Each day of December leading up to Christmas provides us the opportunity to collect a different item for the pantry. Find out more at our St. Luke’s Little Food Pantry Page