Welcome to St. Luke’s

A WORLD THAT’S HURTING
HOW YOU CAN HELP TODAY
in Ukraine, Afghanistan and South America


The Fourth Sunday after Pentecost
July 3, 2022, 10:30 a.m.
The Rev. Nick Phares, Celebrant
–>Watch via Zoom (password 251445)
–>Watch via YouTube Live (click “Live”)
–>Watch via Facebook
–>Service Bulletin


The Third Sunday after Pentecost
June 26, 2022, 10:30 a.m.
The Rev. Nick Phares’ sermon:
“We have work to do.”
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–>Sermon Video (Facebook)
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Dear Sunday School Parents,

We just finished a great school year of Godly Play and music classes!
Thank you for sharing your precious children with Teresa and me.

We will be taking a break from Sunday School during the
summer months and will resume when school starts again.

We may get together for an activity sometime during the summer
and we will keep you posted.

Teresa Phares will be at St. Crispin's all summer as camp director.
There is still time to sign up for this amazing opportunity
at https://stcrispins.org/camp

Also, in order to have a successful program again next fall,
we will need more storytellers and volunteers.

If you would like to become involved, please call or email me.

Thank You, Keeli Droege keelidroege@gmail.com 918-697-8509


ST. LUKE’S IN-PERSON SERVICES
SUNDAY AT 10:30 am – Holy Eucharist: Rite II
with online coverage on Zoom, Facebook Live and YouTube Live
(See links at the top of this page)
SUNDAY AT 8:00 am – Holy Eucharist: Rite I
In-person attendance without online coverage
FAITH FORUM SERIES with Fr. Nick – Every Sunday
9:15-10:15 am in Metcalf Hall
Book Discussion
The Path: A Journey Through the Bible
by Melody Wilson Shobe & David Creech
(Sunday school series for older teens and adults)

Meet Father Nick

The Rev. Nick Phares

CLICK HERE for Father Nick’s frequent postings


St. Luke’s Episcopal Church
Where Our Doors Our Arms
Are Wide Open To:

The Diversity of God’s People  Differing Points of View
Those Searching for Community
Caring for Neighbors & Our Earth  Thoughtful Questions about Faith
while drawing Strength from the Episcopal tradition