St. Luke’s offers three worship services accommodating a variety of worship styles. The Traditional Service uses the liturgical structure prescribed in the Lutheran Book of Worship, and features mostly hymns and sung liturgy accompanied by both organ and piano. The Blended Service mixes sung liturgy, hymns and contemporary songs, and the Contemporary Service features modern worship songs by such artists as Chris Tomlin, Paul Baloche and Matt Redman, led by our worship team and praise band. Communion is served at all services, and a children’s message is presented at both Sunday services. Faith Formation classes take place between the two Sunday services.
During the summer, there is one combined, blended service on Sunday at 9:30 am, beginning Memorial Day Weekend and concluding Labor Day Weekend. There is no Faith Formation during the summer.
Saturday, 5:00 pm
Sunday, 8:30 am
Sunday, 9:45 am
Faith Formation Classes
Sunday, 11:00 am
Wednesday, 6:00 pm – Brief Service of Word and Sacrament
Lectionary study to follow service
What To Expect
St. Luke’s is a friendly family and we welcome anyone who steps through our door. While we take our worship seriously, we like to have fun and we are casual about what we wear, so please wear whatever clothing makes you feel comfortable. Our members will greet you and answer any questions you might have and introduce you to our nursery workers, Faith Formation teachers and leaders, and direct you to the Welcome Center for more information about our beliefs and ministries. You may also enjoy coffee and fellowship in our newly redesigned Gathering Room!
Children are welcomed in worship and our late service features some special children’s programming, including Children’s Church during the sermon and a sending song at the end of the service when children are invited forward to dance and play simple rhythm instruments. Children’s Worship Help Bags are available which contain paper, pencils, crayons and other items to keep hands quiet but busy. To encourage our children to listen to the sermon, ushers at the entry to the worship space also have children’s bulletins available upon request. A nursery for children age 0-3 is available at both services on Sunday and during Faith Formation Hour.
Map and Directions
St. Luke’s is located north of Grand Rapids in Plainfield Township on the NE corner of the East Beltline and Four Mile Road, across from Robinette’s.
3215 Four Mile Road
Grand Rapids, MI 49525