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Open. We mean it.

No matter who you are or what your story is, we welcome you with unconditional love - exactly how Jesus does. Because of this, expect to see diversity at St. Luke's - in age, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, socio-economic status and life experience. We place a high value on diversity.

Serivce times

Traditional Worship | In-Person @ 9:30AM | Online @ 9:30AM, 11AM, 4PM, 7PM
Contemporary Worship | In-Person @ 9:30 & 11AM | Online @ 9:30AM, 11AM, 4PM, 7PM

*The 9:30AM Contemporary Service sermon will be prerecorded.

We are also streaming on Facebook (9:30 Traditional and 11AM Contemporary)

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Traditional Worship Service

Traditional Worship Service

IN-PERSON: Sunday at 9:30AM

Online: Sunday at 9:30AM, 11AM, 4PM and 7PM

Senior Pastor Rob Fuquay and the pastoral staff at St. Luke's offers messages that are biblical, relevant, and hopeful. Traditional worship features diverse music from St. Luke's 85+ member choir, the St. Luke's orchestra, organ and piano, numerous vocal and instrumental ensembles, handbells, hymns, and liturgy. All of our Traditional Services can be watched on our website here and our 9:30AM service is streamed on our Facebook Page.

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Contemporary Worship Service

Contemporary Worship Service

In-person: Sunday at 9:30 & 11am

Online: Sunday at 9:30AM, 11AM, 4PM and 7PM

The contemporary service is filled with modern praise and worship music, and even some secular tunes. The music is band-driven; electric guitars, drums, keys, and pop/rock vocals. This intergenerational, engaging service is backed with a strong, biblical message from one of our seven pastors on staff. All of these services can be watched on our website here and the 11AM Contemporary Service is also streamed on our Facebook page.

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BEFORE YOU ARRIVE

If you are planning a visit to St. Luke's, feel free to call ahead: 317-846-3404 x308 and arrange for a member of our Guest Experience team to meet you, answer any questions you might have, or if you like, even attend service with you.

Do you have questions before you even walk in our door for the first time? Take a look at some of our answers below.

The main parking lot can be easily accessed off of 86th Street. There is a special parking area for guests at St. Luke's (please turn on your flashers and you will be directed to the guest parking). Additionally, there is also a handicapped parking lot. If you happen to have to park far from the church entries, look out for a golf cart to give you door to door service!

If you'll be attending Traditional Worship, we suggest entering through Door 1, and for Contemporary Worship enter through Doors 6 or 7. If you're parking in the handicap lot, Door 4 is the easiest entry point. For families with young children, we suggest entering through Door 16 to check-in for Kids Church.

Our Kids' Ministry partners with parents to raise children who trust God with their hearts, and follow Jesus with their lives. When you arrive at church, you'll go to Door 16 to get your kids checked into services. From there, you'll take your infant-PreK kids directly to their rooms and K-4th graders will go to "big church" with their parents for the first 10 minutes and then be lead, by volunteers, into Great Hall for a lesson, worship, and crafts.

Student Ministries (5th through 12th grades) will continue their in-person programming to coincide with in-person worship services. Contact Heather Kenison with questions.

Attending a small group, class, or Bible study is the first step to making a large church smaller. A great way to grow in your relationship with Jesus is to have intentional relationships with people who have the same goal. A small group is an ideal place for cultivating these relationships! Click here if you’re interested in receiving more information on attending a small group. If you have more questions, you can stop at the Connection Center outside of the worship space.

 

Yes! The Special Needs Ministry is designed to meet the unique needs of EVERY person from birth to adulthood. We focus on their abilities, rather than disabilities. Every person is uniquely designed by God and it is our goal to help them understand God’s purpose and plan for their lives. Click here to email our Director of Special Needs Ministry, Crystal for more information and to give us a little bit more information about your child/adult needs.

On Sunday mornings, stop by one of our Connection Centers, either outside of the Sanctuary (near door #1 as you enter) or outside of Robertson Chapel to get all of your questions answered about where to go and who we are. During the week, enter door #6 and you will be near our main office, open Monday – Friday, from 8:30AM – 5PM. Someone will be happy to help you find what you need..

At St. Luke’s United Methodist Church, we are an open community of Christians helping people find and give hope through Jesus Christ - regardless of their gender, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, nationality, disability, or socioeconomic background. We work to ensure that our congregation and its leadership represent the community in which we are located. We are dedicated to including women, people of color, and LGBTQ+ as staff and in positions of leadership and decision-making.

We renounce the way religion has been used throughout history to support racism, war, discrimination, genocide, violence, and poverty, and we pledge to rid ourselves of the conscious and unconscious biases when sacred stories are used to uphold injustice. We are particularly sensitive to the issues facing our brothers and sisters of color and LGBTQ+ individuals, both within the United Methodist Church and in the general society. We pledge to be leaders in eradicating racism and discrimination. You are invited to join us. 

As John Wesley said, “Though we cannot think alike, may we not love alike? May we not be of one heart, though we are not of one opinion? Without all doubt, we may. Herein all the children of God may unite, notwithstanding these smaller differences.”

If you are visiting, we won't ask you to give a dime. We won't make you wear a visitor badge or ask you to stand up or do anything that could make you feel uncomfortable. We want you to remain as anonymous as you want to, but we encourage you to visit our church over several weeks to see what's going on at St. Luke's. Our sign-in process is all digital and we'd love to have your contact information so that we can follow-up with you after your visit via text.


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