You Are Welcome Here!

Finding a place for you and your family to connect with God can be a difficult endeavor. At St. Luke’s, we provide opportunities for you to grow in your faith as we strive daily to live into our Baptismal Covenant.  With a variety of styles of worship, safe and loving nursery facilities, an assortment of formation opportunities, and a diverse and growing community of seekers, St. Luke’s gives you the means to live into the Good News of God in Christ each week.

Worship. Connect. Grow.


Worship at St. Luke’s is planned for and prepared with great intention and detail to provide an opportunity to connect with God in prayer, scripture, and Sacrament.  All baptized Christians are welcomed, invited, and encouraged to share with us in the Eucharist regardless of age, background, or tradition.

Nursery is available for all morning services.  Click here to learn more about our Children & and Families Ministries.

Sundays @ St. Luke’s

Learn more about the Worship Services available to you!

8:00 AM – Rite 1 Holy Communion


9:00 AM – Rite 2 Holy Communion 
w/ Contemporary Music (Outside)


10:00 AM – Christian Formation for all ages


11:00 AM – Rite 2 Holy Communion


6:00 PM – Spoken Rite 2 Holy Communion
w/ Prayers for Public Healing

Parking on Sundays

St. Luke’s is located off of Jones Maltsberger Road, across from Olmos Basin Park. There are two parking lots on the campus.
The Upper Parking Lot is accessed off of St. Luke’s Lane, and provides mobility accessible drop off and parking. 
The Lower Parking Lot is at the base of the hill and is directly off of Jones Maltsberger Road. A courtesy shuttle runs during the 11:00 AM service for your convenience.



No matter where you come from or where you’re going, no matter what you believe or what you doubt, no matter whom you love or what you feel, you are welcome into this place to be met by a God who knows you by name, who knows your heart, who knows your mind, and who wants to have a relationship with you.

Allow us to share with you how God is moving in worship and community at St. Luke’s.


Serve & Grow

After washing his disciples’ feet, Jesus tells them acts of servant ministry are the essence of Eternal Life. “If you know these things, you are blessed if you do them.” (Jn13.17) Your faith and worship should have an outlet for expression and growth.  St. Luke’s seeks to provide opportunities for you to use your talents, skills, and passions to further the message of Hope and Love in our community and around the world.  Click here to find out more about how you can Love and Serve the Lord with us!