“So I say to you, Ask, and it will be given to you; search, and you will find; knock, and the door will be opened for you.” – Jesus Christ
Announcements and Special Events
Annual State of the School Program
Wednesday, January 25th at 6:00 p.m.
Moorer Fine Arts Auditorium, Upper School Campus Watch the video below to find out why you don’t want to miss it!
We live, learn, grow, work and worship in community. God creates us for and shapes us within community – family, neighborhood, congregation and beyond. Our children, right now, whether we realize it or not, whether we intend it or not, are being molded into disciples. What kind of disciples are our children becoming?
May God richly bless our Sunday School teachers with compassion and wisdom as we love, nurture, and teach our children every Sunday! See you Sunday at 10:00 a.m.
Adult Christian Education
Are you interested in exploring the significance of Christianity in the 21st Century and what a meaningful faith can look like in today’s world? St. Luke’s invites you to join Living the Questions, a small study group for adults.
You may choose one of three groups:
The early traditional group meets Sunday mornings at 9:00 a.m. in the Activities Room. The Sunday late afternoon/early evening group will meet at the home of Leah and Jeff Krause. Children are welcome, and childcare assistance will be on hand during the study session. Elaine Sims and Susan Herring will serve as discussion facilitators.
On Tuesday evenings, Sam and Marilyn Fisher will host and facilitate an adults-only group.
The format for each group will be the same: a light meal or snack, a video, guided discussion, spiritual exercises and Bible study.
For more specifics on Living the Questions, visit the website Living The Questions or call the church office at 666-2990.
Pursuing the Dream of Healthy Aging Every Tuesday at 12 p.m. Soup and salad provided.
Pursuing the Dream of Healthy Aging is not just about dying and the limits of medicine but about LIVING to the last with autonomy, dignity, and joy!
Please feel free to invite a friend or family member.
Goodwill Vouchers Program
Please help us with the Good Samaritan program at Goodwill. When you donate items to them, please bring along a yellow donation form from the church office. Goodwill will then send the church vouchers that we hand out to people that can use them. These vouchers work the same as cash at all Goodwill stores and provide some much needed items to people in our community. The yellow donation slips are located on the brown table outside the church office.
The church receives multiple phone calls every day from people that need those vouchers!
About Our Church
About St. Luke’s Parish
St. Luke’s Episcopal Church was established over 50 years ago by a group of Episcopalians from other churches in the Mobile, Alabama area. Through the years, the church has grown in size and membership, expanding into additional buildings and eventually adding an accredited K-12 school.
Similar to the lifestyles of growing southern cities, St. Luke’s is casual, flexible and unpretentious. The joy of individuality is recognized and encouraged in personality and spirituality. All age groups participate in the leadership and fellowship activities at St. Luke’s. Working and worshiping come together, bonds strengthen and unite communicants as they come together in St. Luke’s family of Christ.
“Teach your children two things and you’ve taught them well: To love the Lord with all their heart. To have a heart of compassion for others.” – Unknown
St. Luke’s Accredited K-12 Episcopal School
St. Luke’s Episcopal School is a ministry of St. Luke’s Episcopal Church and consciously addresses the growth of mind, body, and spirit, serving as a learning center for values that will enhance a child’s life. We hope that all students, regardless of their own religious affiliations, find their faith and understanding of God enhanced through their time at St. Luke’s.