St. Luke’s is a large and diverse community, bringing together people of many different backgrounds, ages and interests. Some are simply involved on Sunday mornings, others come for programs during the week, and still others choose to envision and plan new programs and directions for the parish to grow. Whatever your desired level of involvement, whatever your interests, we invite you to talk to members of our community, to browse the pages of this website (even to subscribe to our weekly email to know what’s going on) and ask questions. We want you to feel at home. We’re glad you’re here.
Visiting During a Pandemic
Church has changed since March 2020 when we suddenly found ourselves having to move our worship offerings online. But we did. St. Luke's has broadcast its Sunday services live ever since - and we added Noonday Prayers and Compline in the evening during the week for many months. We learned the magic of Zoom for meetings and classes. And we continue to look for ways to be in community, supporting and loving one another, even while we are apart.
During Holy Week 2021, we began to look toward in-person services - outdoors on our campus and inside the Nave. We are now worshiping together physically inside the Nave and outdoors in the Memorial Garden and continue to offer virtual worship every Sunday at 9 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. For health and safety reasons, space for in-person worship is limited and requires registration, masks, and social distancing. We look forward to a day when we can all gather together in our beloved church and worship. That day is not yet here, but it is getting closer!
The pandemic has not stopped St. Luke's from being a worshiping community. Indeed, we like to say that the strength of our community is not dependent on being together physically on Peachtree Street but on our love for God, one another, and all God's children. Please join us!