St. Luke’s is a joyous, family-friendly church located in north Dallas. Our traditional and contemporary worship reflects the spirituality of the Episcopal Church and our Bible-based preaching engages the life-giving issues we face.
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Join us this Sunday at 10am for in church worship or at 9am for digital worship. On June 28th we will celebrate Fr. David and his family for their ministry at St. Luke’s. We hope to see you in person or online!
St. Luke's initiated a new outreach ministry distributing free breakfast/lunch meals to kids using a drive-by, safe distancing format.
Distribution will be at St Luke’s, Monday thru Friday, during June, July, and part of August from 11:00am -1:00pm. The meals are provided by the Kids Bring Life organization under the direction of the Texas Department of Agriculture.
St. Luke's Episcopal Church - Dallas, TX 5923 Royal Lane, Dallas, TX 75230 214.368.6304
Serving at the Austin Street Center
We continue to serve our neighbors at Austin Street Center during this time of limited meeting in- person.
Instead of preparing sandwiches each month, we are sending a check to the Austin Street Center to purchase food to prepare dinner for those staying in the shelter.
Keep all who find shelter at the Austin Street Center and those working there in your prayers.
[06/17/20] Our summer book study kicked off last night! It is not too late to join! Comment below if you are interested.
Take time to enjoy a Moment of Meditation.
A Message from The Rev. David Miller
On behalf of my family, I want you to know what a gift you've been to Keeley, Pierce, Lawther, Ellen, and me throughout this past year. We thank each of you for the enormous love and support you gave us. It's a bittersweet feeling in leaving St. Luke's.
Although we’re excited about our future at St. Anne’s, we know that we’re going to miss you. Please know that we hold you in our hearts and prayers as we prepare to say goodbye, and we’ll not forget the kindness you showed us. I’ll leave you with St. Paul’s words to the Christians at Philippi. They capture well how I feel about you: “I have been paid in full and have more than enough; I am fully satisfied, now that I have received from [you] the gifts you [gave], a fragrant offering, a sacrifice acceptable and pleasing to God. And my God will fully satisfy every need of yours according to his riches in glory in Christ Jesus. To our God and Father be glory forever and ever. Amen.”
In a moving sermon, Fr. Mark reminds us that compassion demands action.
A very powerful graphic. Let’s begin doing the work and unpack our privilege.
Please join us this Sunday at 9:00 am digitally or at 10:00 am in person!
St. Luke's Episcopal Church - Dallas, TX On-Line Service 9:ooAM At-Church Service 10:00AM www.StLukesDallas.org 5923 Royal Lane, Dallas, TX 75230 214.368.6304
Fr. David preached a wonderful sermon on Trinity Sunday. He even quoted Linus from Peanuts fame! Let’s live in community and love others.
Alleluia, we are worshiping together in-person again. We will have one worship service at 10:00am in the Garden Courtyard, following all social distancing and safety guidelines set forth by Bishop Sumner. A tent to protect us from the sun has been installed.
Parishioners are requested to wear masks, limited quantities will be available. Chairs will be set up so that social distancing will be observed at all times, and hand-sanitizer and disinfectant wipes will be provided.
If you are reluctant to get out, St. Luke’s will provide an online Morning Prayer worship service at 9:00am at stlukesdallas.org. If you want communion but cannot get to church, contact Deacon Rosemary and communion will be brought to you.
[06/07/20] Young Adults Summer Book Club will meet for the first time via Zoom on June 16th. We will discuss one chapter each week! Please contact Amy Nicholson to sign up! Anyone young at heart is welcome.
Happy Pride Month! #Pride2020
During the summer, Young Adults is starting a Book Club. The first book to be discussed is Robin DiAngelo’s “White Fragility.” Anyone who is young-at-heart is invited to join. Contact Amy Nicholson at [email protected] to learn more.
We hope to see you online or in person for Trinity Sunday!
St. Luke's Episcopal Church - Dallas, TX On-Line Service 9:00AM At-Church Service 10:00AM www.StLukesDallas.org 5923 Royal Lane, Dallas, TX 75230 214.368.6304
Book Club Opportunity: Young Adults invites anyone interested to participate in a summer book study! If you are interested contact Amy Nicholson: [email protected] and purchase our first selection- White Fragility by Robin DiAngelo. Happy reading!
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Taking time to hit pause. To listen. To learn. To do the work. To better support racial equality.
Whether you joined us digitally or in person, we wish you a wonderful day! #Pentecost #stlukesdallas
A wonderful reflection of Pentecost!
keeleychorn.com What is Pentecost? How the Holy Spirit helps you through life’s trials. Having the Holy Spirit strengthens you for your daily battles.
We will have one service at 10:00am in the Garden Courtyard. Be sure to wear red.
Social distancing and safety guidelines set forth by Bishop Sumner will be followed.
Parishioners are requested to:
*wear masks (a limited supply will be available)
*Hand-sanitizer and disinfectant wipes will be provided
*Chairs will be set up to accommodate proper social distancing
*An umbrella is suggested for shade since the service will be outside
*Activity packets will be provided to children by Family Ministries
If you are reluctant to get out at this time, St. Luke’s will provide an online Morning Prayer worship service at 9:00 and 11:00am at stlukesdallas.org. If you want communion but cannot get to church, contact Deacon Rosemary and communion will be brought to you.
A sweet message from a Kramer teacher! 💕
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WE CAN DO BETTER.
The events surrounding the deaths of Ahmaud Arbery and George Floyd are just the most recent reminders that we have such a long way to go before we achieve racial equality and justice in our culture. Our hearts are broken for those who experience hate and discrimination because of their race or ethnicity, and we stand with all of those who labor tirelessly to fight against the evil of this injustice in all of its forms.
Fr. Mark shares a moment of meditation.
Have a “dog gone” good summer! 🐾☀️
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