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COVID-19 Response

Outdoor Worship

We invite you to attend worship with us outdoors at 8:30 & 10:00am each Sunday. Please note there will be several changes in our worship as we continue to follow the CDC guidelines as well as those of the office of Michigan's goverenor.

Please note: Saint Luke's Nursery is temporarily closed until we can assure the health and safety of our youngest members and those who care for them.

The Sunday worship service video continue to be available on-line for those who prefer to avoid in-person gatherings.

We ask those who wish to participate in the outdoor services to do the following:

  • Dress comfortably
  • Bring a lawn chair or blanket
  • Refrain from physical contact
  • Wear a face mask!
  • If feeling ill, please stay home
  • No RSVP needed for September. Outdoor services will be dependent on weather, please check here for cancellations.
  • If you are able, please download the worship bulletin and bring it with you to worship.

Please stay connected with us here & on Facebook.

Sermons & Streams

Are you envious because I am generous?

Sixteenth Sunday after Pentecost

[description] For the children’s sermon, please view this video by Ministry-To-Children – Bible Crafts: The Last Shall Be First   Image Credit: Cover: The Parable of the Vineyard (one of a set of 12 scenes from The Life of Christ) by Jan Rombouts (Flemish, ca. 1475–1535). Copyright Ó Metropolitan Museum of Art. Used by permission.

Lord, how often should I forgive?

Fifteenth Sunday after Pentecost

It is not a matter of whether we are ready to forgive but it is a matter of faith knowing God’s generosity in forgiveness given to us. In faithful service filled with God’s grace we in turn forgive as we are commanded.


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Monday Zoom Bible Study

September 28, 2020

Pastor Dave will host a weekly study on the Gospel reading for the upcoming Sunday service. Please email if interested.

Giving During COVID-19 Shutdown

Brian Rice has a message for our members from the finance committee, concerning giving during this extraordinary time. Church members, please click the link below to read his message.

Letter to the Congregation

Stephen Ministry

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Bear one another's burdens, and in this way you will fulfill the law of Christ (Gal 6:2, NRSV)

St. Luke's Stephen Ministry is a one-to-one lay caring ministry. Stephen Ministry equips and empowers lay caregivers, called Stephen Ministers, to provide high-quality, confidential, Christ-centered care to people who are hurting.

Request a Stephen Minister

Spiritual Formation Resources

The pandemic has forced us to move much of our lives into online spaces. We have curated a list of spiritual formation resources for individuals and families that may be found online. May you find these resources to be a blessing to you in your faith journey.

Online Resources for Faith Practices, Worship, and Learning

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National Day of Mourning

On June 1, 2020 the community of St. Luke’s joins people across faiths, denominations, and political standing remembering those who have lost their lives to Covid-19.

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St. Luke's has partnered with Safe Haven Ministries to receive its Creating a Safe Haven certification for churches. We are committed to making St. Luke's a safe place for those who are or have experienced domestic violence. More information can be found here.

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For the 15 Sunday after Pentecost, we hear a message about forgiveness. It is not a matter of whether we are ready to forgive but it is a matter of faith knowing God's generosity in forgiveness given to us. In faithful service filled with God's grace we in turn forgive as we are commanded. Please join us in worship!
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