Rector's Forum: Religion & Culture, during October

Join us as we explore powerful cultural signs in our church

The Episcopal Liturgy: A Poet’s Take with Dr. Harry Moore; Beauty and Architecture: An Architect’s Take with Terry Eason, Bread & Wine: Religious and Cultural Symbols with Dr. James Farwell   More »

Wednesday Evening Small Group Classes in October

Supplement your spiritual life with reflection and study

Inquirers' Classes, Christian Hospitality, Maya Angelou, and three one-time parenting classes. Sign-up required for all classes except the Inquirers' class. Follow the link for more information.   More »

Calling all animals and animal lovers to Grace-St. Luke's

The Blessing of the Animals on October 5 at 4:00 PM

We invite you to bring your dogs, cats, hamsters, lizards, fish, birds, snakes and hedgehogs to commemorate St. Francis of Assisi, patron saint of animals as we celebrate the joy that animals bring into our lives.   More »

Sunday Worship Schedule

8:00 am:  Holy Eucharist and Sermon
8:45 am: Breakfast 
9:30 am:  Sunday School Classes for Adults, Youth, Children (Sept- May)
10:30 am:  Holy Eucharist, Sermon, and Full Choir
5:30 pm: Holy Eucharist and Sermon

Nursery at all services except the 5:30 service.

Meet the GSL Clergy

The Rev. Richard Lawson, Rector, The Rev. Gayle McCarty, Associate Rector More >>

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Upcoming Events


Oct 5, 2014
Connecting for Food, Fun & Fellowship   View More »

Monthly 39ers Meeting

Oct 10, 2014
Gathering for all who are "39" and holding   View More »

this round's on Me

Oct 14, 2014
Contemporary theology on Tuesdays   View More »