My mother and I felt at home as soon as we walked in the door. That feeling has grown over the past twelve years: St. Luke’s is a welcoming community with a loving heart.Amy Zebrowski, Senior Warden
Whether you are new to the Phillipsburg area or simply feeling like coming to church, know that you are welcome. You’ll find others who are new to the church, people who have come after a long time away from any church, and life-long Episcopalians. Our primary, weekly gathering is on Sunday mornings, though for some, their first experience is through a meeting at the church, Luke’s Pantry, or a special event. God has a way of bringing us together and forming community.
Sunday mornings, 8 and 10:15 a.m. – Each week, we pray and sing and hear scripture readings, and a sermon helps us apply God’s word to our daily lives. We share in the sacrament of holy communion. Don’t worry if you haven’t been to church before or if it’s been awhile – a bulletin will guide you through the service and you’ll be with companions, listening for God and praying with you.
The 8 a.m. worship service is a quieter, spoken service (no music) and typically concludes by 9 a.m.; all are invited to share in a cup of tea or coffee and conversation afterwards. The 10:15 a.m. worship service includes music and lasts until about 11:30 a.m., followed by time for refreshments. Children are always welcome in worship and we have special programs for children and youth.
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If you have questions about the church – St. Luke’s, in particular, or questions about Christianity, or how we express our faith in the Episcopal Church – you are invited to contact the priest, The Rev. Anne E. Kitch.