St. Luke’s has three weekly worship services with communion offered at each. During the months of January and February, the Saturday service will be held at St. Andrew’s Episcopal, our ecumenical partner. More information on the services and times can be found below.
Saturday, 5:00 pm
Combined with St. Andrew’s Episcopal, click for details
Sunday, 9:30 am
Sunday, 11:00 am
Faith Formation Classes
Wednesday, 6:30 pm
Brief Service of Word and Sacrament
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.
We worship corporately and conversationally, with prayers and responses, readings and liturgies that encourage participation from all. We sing the best of a wide range of musical styles, from the hymnal to the newest songs composed for congregational singing, including contemporary, folk, gospel and traditional styles. We also sing the music of the church from around the world.
Children are welcomed in worship and our service features some special children’s programming, including a Children’s Sermon, Children’s Church during the regular sermon, and opportunities throughout the service for children to engage in their own special way. 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.
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.