St. Luke's Lutheran Church is a place where all are welcome, regardless of where you've
come from or where you are in your life's journey. Here in this place we celebrate the richness and diversity of all God's people. Our worship is richly traditional, honoring the words and the meal that have always united us throughout time. Our words are today's words. We hear how God is speaking to us in our present reality, and how God calls us to be in the world today.
All are welcome as members of the Body of Christ, as workers in the kingdom of God, and at the table of our Lord. We would love to have you join us in our ministry and make St. Luke's your church home!
Blessing of the Animals
October 4th - 10 a.m.
In celebration of St. Francis Day we invite you to join us for a Blessing of the Animals. Bring your dogs, cats, birds, lizards, rabbits, pot-bellied pigs, fish, turtles and any other well-behaved pets on a leash or in a cage. No pet? come anyway and enjoy the event. This is open to the community.
All are welcome.
Meet in the Memorial Garden (facing Belt Line Road) at 10 a.m. for this special service.
New Adult Sunday School Class
Join us on Sunday mornings at 8:45 for our lively discussion series
called Animate Faith. We will be using
video presentations by well-know theologians sharing their thoughts
on various topics, followed by our own discussion of the topic.
For a complete calendar of events click here
St. Luke's in the news
Dallas Morning News - February 14. 2014
Dallas Morning News - March 28, 2014