Throughout the Gospels, Jesus calls us to worship in community. At Grace St. Luke's, community is a vitally important part of Christian formation. No matter what you bring to the table, we know that practicing Faith in community can be transformative.
Grace-St. Luke's is home to a large number of youth. We offer a progression of Christian formation and activities for a variety of age groups.
The Daily Office is an acient tradition that appoints a specific set of prayers and readings for each day: one for mornings and one for evenings. If you feel the call to a disciplined liturgy daily or just occasionally, you'll find a useful form of prayer here.
This short service is from the Episcopal Book of Common Prayer, and here each new service, curated twice daily for Morning and Evening, is illustrated by art and video that spur a little contemplation.
Struggling with alcohol or drugs? Unable to control your thoughts about suicide or sex? You are not alone.
Addiction support and 12-step programs at Grace-St. Luke's in Midtown are open to all, and ready when you are.
There are no social, religious, economic, racial, ethnic, national, gender, or class-status membership restrictions. There are no dues or fees for membership.
The mystery of creation and the human condition calls each of us to understand and celebrate differences that make each of us who we are as God’s beloved children, made equally in the image of God (imago Dei). Learn more about our parish commitment to racial reconciliation and healing and the journey of becoming beloved community.