St. Luke's is an Episcopal Church in the Diocese of Bethlehem. It is a downtown church, and its members come from all walks of life, from all areas of the community, and with a variety of needs and commitments. St. Luke's welcomes all on the basis of their need and offers a relationship appropriate to their commitment.
The Episcopal Church in the United States is a part of the world-wide Anglican Communion which has, through the centuries, maintained in a creative balance between Catholic traditions and ways, Protestant reforms and emphases, and liberal understandings and applications of the mission of the Church.
The people of St. Luke's come together in a common quest: We are an Episcopal parish in the Anglican tradition and acknowledge our responsibilities to the parish members, the church, and the greater community. We understand this to mean faithful public worship according to the Book of Common Prayer and reaching out through personal and corporate evangelism to include all who seek God or a deeper knowledge of God.
The form of our coming together is in the Holy Eucharist, the sacrament instituted by Jesus as a special sign of His living presence among His people.
All are invited to worship with us, and all baptized persons are welcome to receive Holy Communion. Sunday School is provided at the 10 a.m. service.