Sundays: 10 a.m. - Holy Eucharist
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday - Morning Prayer at 10 a.m. (in the choir area)
God has blessed many people in our community with artistic talents. The First Friday team has invited groups involved in the arts to come to St. Luke’s and to share their God given talents with the Racine community for the fun of it and to raise awareness of their organization.
On May 1st at 6 pm, the Racine International Folk Dancers will be dancing in Simpson Hall.
From 5-7 pm self-guided tours will be offered in the Church.
At 7 pm, Fr. Lambert will lead Evening Prayer.
Saturday, May 2, 2015 - At St. Luke’s, 4-6pm
Angela Brown dispels the misperceptions of opera from her own sassy perspective. Laugh as she opens minds, hearts and ears to the beauty of opera…from a sistah’s point of view. Sponsored by the Friends of the Racine Public Library and others.
On this day the Lord has acted: Let us rejoice and be glad in it. Psalm 118:24
The church building of St. Luke’s has graced the Racine skyline for over 164 years and continues to be a beacon to multitudes seeking to find God. We are a diverse congregation seeking to know, serve, and love all who come to join us week by week. Through worship and music, Christian education for all ages, outreach ministry, and opportunities for spiritual growth and nurture, the members of our congregation are challenged to live out their baptismal covenant in a world that is desperate for a word of love, healing, and reconciliation. You are invited to join us in our life and ministry as Episcopalians by attending service on Sundays and weekdays and participating in our programs and ministries which seek to serve all in the name of Jesus.
Rooted in the Anglican tradition and liturgical expression of worship, study, prayer, and music, we the parishioners of St. Luke’s Episcopal Church are guided by God to celebrate the gospel by living each day in service to our families, friends, and neighbors. May all who enter our church feel safe and welcome.