worship with us!
St. Luke’s is a diverse congregation whose members represent many different walks of life. It is our commitment that all people, regardless of circumstance, are welcomed and accepted here. The love of Christ gives us unity in our diversity, and we seek to share that love with others.
Whether you’re just passing through, on a weekend visit, spending a couple of weeks, or planning to reside in Northern Door County, you’re welcome at St. Luke’s!
Reopening the church!
As the church begins, carefully, to reopen, Bishop Matthew Gunter has limited in-person gatherings to 10 people, including clergy. St. Luke’s has thus implemented an online sign-up form for those wishing to attend, to ensure that we are observing the bishop’s guidelines.
You are most welcome to join us! Please visit https://ttsu.me/stlukesworship to sign up for one of our services. Each entry is for one person; couples and families must sign up as individuals. Changes and cancellations to this online form are accepted until 3 p.m. on Saturday. After that time, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If worship spots are filled, we invite you to enter your name in the last column. It’s our intent to schedule additional services as needed to accommodate all who would like to worship in person.
By signing up for worship you are consenting to a record of attendance for follow-up in case of illness.
We deeply regret the need for these measures, but believe “loving our neighbor” includes helping everyone stay well. Please know that you are most welcome to sign up for future services. And the Liturgy of the Word, with lessons and sermon, is available every Sunday morning (and throughout the week) on YouTube – just look for St. Luke’s-Sister Bay.
Our current schedule of services:
Sunday, 10 am
St. Luke’s has installed a hearing loop system for those with hearing aids. Portable receivers are available for those without T-coil aids.
Preparing for Sunday Lectionary (click on icon link below)
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