PLEASE NOTE: In-person worship services are temporarily put on hold.
All are welcome to any and all that we offer. Worship provides intentional opportunities for people to thank God for blessings known and unknown, connect with one another, be fed by Word and Sacrament, and be restored to face whatever lies ahead. Our various services offer readings from and meditations on the holy scriptures, music, silence. Typically, most services include sharing in the holy meal (Holy Communion) from God’s Table as food for the journey. We take seriously our commitment to inclusion.
Livestream worship services are available. Our Christian Formation offerings for all ages are rich. Connection opportunities are essential and ongoing. Explore Virtual Offerings for worship and more. Seasonal editions of The Messenger magazine are great resources to share more about the abundance of our life together.
Sunday 10:30 a.m. Virtual Service of Prayer, Meditation and Music on our website this Sunday and Facebook Live. | Follow these links for past and upcoming services.
Sunday 5:30 p.m. Contemplative Prerecorded Worship & Music Events, click here.
Tuesday, 8 p.m. Compline (Night Prayers) on Facebook Live
Thursday, 8 p.m. Compline (Night Prayers) on Facebook Live
Temporarily Canceled Offerings during COVID-19 Pandemic
8:00 a.m. Holy Communion in the contemporary language of the Book of Common Prayer (Rite II) includes sermon, organ music, and hymns; 8:45 a.m. Breakfast with the Crossmen; 9:15 a.m. Christian Formation for adults, youth and children; 10:30 a.m. Holy Communion in the contemporary language of the Book of Common Prayer (Rite II) includes sermon, choir, and hymns; 5:30 p.m.: Holy Communion includes a brief meditation in a more contemplative setting, enhanced by candles, icons, intentional silence, and instrumental music (cello, flute, guitar, piano). Wednesday 12:00 p.m. 30-minute service of Holy Communion in the Chapel includes a homily and intentional moments of silence as a perfect way to recharge in the middle of the day.
Join us via live stream on Facebook Live on Sundays at 10:30 a.m. as the clergy and musicians lead a Service of Morning Prayers, Meditation, and Music according to the Book of Common Prayer and other liturgies. Whether or not you have a Facebook account, you can access the live stream using this simple URL: www.facebook.com/gracestlukes. And if you need additional instructions, we have also prepared a step-by-step guide.
Grace-St. Luke's Episcopal Church is a welcoming community of faith in the heart of Midtown Memphis. We are a vibrant church with members of many religious backgrounds and ages from across the city. Ask around, and you'll find that we've made Grace-St. Luke's our church home for a variety of different reasons. But some that will keep coming up are the glorious Episcopal worship service, the warmth of the community, the inspiring music, the passionate spirit of inclusion, and the open-mindedness that welcomes questions, debate, and discovery.
We welcome all who seek to love God and participate in an open and supportive community based on the example and teachings of Jesus Christ. That means we respect the dignity of every human person by welcoming and affirming all. We hope you'll visit us on a Sunday or another day for any or all offerings available. We look forward to meeting you.
The Mission of the Church is to restore all people to unity with God and each other in Christ. Grace-St. Luke's Vision is to be a thriving community of hope, belonging, and healing through worship, parish life, and service, and who rejoices in the love of Jesus to transform the world.