Worship & Fellowship
9:30 - 10:00 am Sunday School/Nursery (4 and under)
9:30 am Holy Eucharist
10:30 am Coffee Hour
The Episcopal Church uses the Book of Common Prayer for congregational worship and individual devotions. Three Sunday mornings a month, you will experience a service that we call "Holy Eucharist" or "Mass". This service includes scripture readings, a sermon, prayers, hymns with organ music, and communion. The Episcopal Church welcomes all our Christian brothers and sisters to receive communion.
On the second Sunday of the month, the congregation gathers for Morning Prayer, a service of scripture readings, prayers and a sermon that is led by lay members of the church.
Often referred to as the "eighth sacrament," we invite everyone to stick around for coffee hour and snacks following the service.
You can learn more about how Episcopalians worship by clicking on What to Expect.
Wednesday Evening Potlucks
Families, singles, and visitors are always welcome to join us on Wednesday evening for a potluck-style meal and conversation. We never know what people are going to bring to share, but there is always plenty of delicious food. If you do not have the time or ability to bring food for the meal, do not be afraid to just bring yourself. We'd be glad to have an extra hand during clean-up (or not!).
This is a casual, laid-back gathering - sometimes there is a program or activity for the kids after dinner, and sometimes we simply "play" and get some energy out.
Sharing Table Breakfasts
First and third Thursdays: 7:00-9:00 a.m
Sharing Table offers guests a free, hot, made-to-order breakfast two Thursdays a month. Volunteers will take your order, serve your meal and pour you a second cup of coffee or juice. The menu regularly includes eggs, hash browns, biscuits & gravy, and sausage. Specials vary from time to time and include pancakes, homemade cinnamon rolls, bacon and cheesy grits. We invite anyone looking for a hot meal or friendly conversation to stop by.
Find St. Luke's
700 Lincoln Avenue
Wamego, KS 66547
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