Sunday Services

Saturday Prayer & Meditation

Wednesday Healing Service

Memorial Garden Chapel

Sunday Worship

Sunday Morning Worship at St. Luke's begins at:

 

8:00am for those who seek beauty and dignity found in Rite I of the Book of Common Prayer.

 

9:00am combines contemporary music and conversations around the Scripture, the needs of the greater community, and sharing of the bread and wine in Holy Eucharist. Jonathon Cummings is our vocalist and guitarist.

 

10:00am the principal service emphasizing the resurrection of Our Lord through our offering of music and song, prayer, Scripture and Holy Eucharist.

 

 

Prayer & Meditation

Saturday Morning Prayer & Meditation

 

9:30am in the Christan Education Building. St.
Luke's in a member of the World Community for Christian Meditation www.wccm-usa.org. In London in 1975 John Main began weekly Christian meditation groups. The 1999 mission statement is to communicate and nurture meditation as passed on through the teaching of John Main in the Christan tradition and in the spirit of serving the unity of all. All are welcome.

 

Devotions and Prayers:

www.cac.org  The Center  for Action  and Contemplation, Fr. Richard Rohr's Daily Meditations

Barbara Cawthrone Crafton www.geraniumfarm.or/dailyemo.cfm

Renee Miller soulandsage.com

Wednesday Healing Service

The Wednesday Healing Service:

10:00am  is a midweek Eucharistic service with prayers for the healing of God's creation and people and anointing and laying on of hands for the healing in the Christan tradition.

The Memorial Garden Chapel

Is a beautiful setting for prayer and meditation as well as scheduled services, weddings and funeral.

St. Luke's Episcopal Church 5150 SE Railway Ave. Stuart, FL 34997 (772) 286-5455 OFFICE HOURS: Monday -Friday 9am to noon CLOSED Wednesdays SUNDAY SERVICE TIMES: 8:00am (quiet structured service) 9:00am (contemporary service) 10:00am (structured service with choir)
Child care is available for infants and children under 4 throughout the year in the Christian Ed. building, right next to the Church.