NOTICE:  In consequence of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the bishop of the Diocese of Fond du Lac has ordered the suspension of all in-person public worship until further notice. Effective March 16, 2020.

The Daily Office and Holy Week liturgies are being live streamed at
Washington National Cathedral.

All our welcome to join us for worship at St. Luke’s. Our principle worship service is the Sunday Eucharist at 10 am. During July and August we offer an 8 am Eucharist along with the 10 am service. On Wednesdays during Lent there is a noon Eucharist.

presenting chalice webFor Episcopalians, worship is both how we express and how we experience our identity as Anglican Christians, and how we deepen our relationship with God in Christ. This perspective is summed up in the Latin phrase, lex orandi, lex credendi–the law of prayer is the law of belief, which can also be stated, how we pray is how we believe.

Our worship is framed and guided by The Book of Common Prayer, which includes public rites of worship (known as liturgy), the calendar of holy days and commemorative feasts, the Psalter (all 150 psalms in The Bible), prayers and thanksgivings, the Catechism (also known as the Outline of the Faith), the lectionary (which specifies Scripture readings for a three-year cycle), devotions, and historical documents of the Church.