What is a typical service like?
Every service includes a combination of Bible readings, a time of corporate confession and absolution, songs, prayers, as well as a sermon, an offering and Holy Communion (alternating weekly between 8:30 am & 11:00 am services). A typical service lasts for about an hour. Masks are no longer required for in person services and events but you are welcome to continue wearing one if this feels more comfortable for you.
What about kids?
Children are important to us and welcome in worship! Every service contains a children's message. On your way into church, you can pick up a children's bulletin, which may assist you during service.
St. Luke also offers a Nursery for young children who may not be able to sit for the entire service. When restrictions allow our nursery will be back operational again.
At the Meridian Campus, it is located in the narthex, near the restrooms.
Do I need to participate in the service?
We welcome guests to read and sing along during the service, although how much is competely up to you.
How should I dress?
There is not a dress code at St. Luke. You will see people wearing business, business casual and casual attire. No matter what you choose to wear, the most important thing
is that you are ready to worship our Lord.
Will I be able to take Holy Communion?
We welcome all baptized believers who acknowledge the real presence of Christ’s body and blood in the Sacrament; who trust in Christ as their Lord and Savior; and who repent and commit to live in a Christ-like way to join us at the Communion table.
If you are worshipping with us for the first time, please speak with a St. Luke pastor or elder before communing.
What is St. Luke's Covid protocol?
As St. Luke Lutheran Church continues to react to the ever-changing recommendations regarding the Covid-19 pandemic, we are instituting the following policy:
- St. Luke will continue to provide options for meaningful and safe engagement in worship, Bible study, and group life.
- St. Luke will maintain a gracious and judgment-free environment.
- Therefore moving forward over the next many months, we ask people to abide by the latest best practices of Health Care Providers and Agencies and let conscience be a guide in the wearing of face masks, physical distancing, and hygiene considerations indoors and outdoors while at either campus.