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Our Church Services and Classes

Sunday 7:30 am & 10:00 am Worship with communion at 7:30 am and music at 10:00 am.
Sunday 8:45 am Adult Education Class
Sunday 10:00 am Children’s Sunday School and Youth Sunday School
Monday 8:30 am Morning Prayer
Wednesday 5:30 pm Evening Prayer
First Wednesday of each month 12:00 pm Healing Service with Holy Communion

Current Adult Education Class

Adult Education Class

EpiscoBasics

Sunday, August 14th through September 11th at 8:45 am

Class will be held in the Activities Room.

  • What do Episcopalians believe
  • History of the theology, practices, and Prayer Book
  • Seasons of the Church
  • Exploration of what Confirmation is all about
If you are interested in being Confirmed, received, or reaffirmed please contact the Church Office.

*Special* Music Adult Education Class

Special Music Adult Education Class

Led by the one and only Joe Setzer, Minister of Music!

Sunday, September 18th at 8:45 am to 9:30 am

Class will be held in the Activities Room.

The class will focus on the hymns and music of the Episcopal Church.

Bike Ride for Childhood Cancer

Great Cycle Challenge

Saturday, September 24th at 9:00 am

We will once again participate in this ride in September and will meet at McNally Park on the 24th.

We are bike riding for Christian Hardy (church member) and Daniel Newman (SL School student), both are brain cancer survivors.

Visit our Team Page using the button below. From there it is easy for you to join our team or donate to the cause.

Visit Our Team Page

McKemie Place Dinner

McKemie Place Dinner

Thursday, September 29th at 6:00 pm

Food should be in the Activities Room by 4:30 pm.

Servers need to come by the church to pick up the food and supplies at 4:45 pm.

Dinner begins at 6:00 pm.

St. Francis Blessing of the Animals

Blessing of the Animals

Sunday, October 2nd at 5:00 pm

YES, animals are welcome in church for the 5:00 pm service.

The Blessing will take place immediately following the service by the front doors.

Beer and Hymns

Beer and Hymns

Beer and Hymns is Back!

Sunday, October 9th at 5:00 pm in the Church Narthex

BYOB and bring finger foods to share. Church will provide tea, lemonade and water. Bring your favorite hymns to sing.

All Souls Service

All Souls Service

Sunday, October 30th at 5:00 pm in the Church Narthex

Please give names to the church office for the reading of the Dearly Departed.

The Bishop’s Visit

The Bishop's Visit

The Bishop will Visit St. Luke’s!

Wednesday, November 9th at 6:00 pm

This visit will be for confirmations, receptions, and re-affirmations.

Walking the Mourner’s Path Bereavement Group

Bereavement Group

Each Sunday beginning on October 30th at 3:00 pm

Classes are held in the Parlor.

When someone in our life dies, it affects our entire being. St. Luke’s will offer “Walking the Mourner’s Path,” an eight-week grief support program that is grounded in prayer and reminds us that we are not alone in our grief.

If you have lost a loved one and have walked the path of grief over the past year or years, “Walking the Mourner’s Path” may be what you need. The program gathers participants for a series of small-group workshops led by trained facilitators and clergy. The format allows time for being still together, sharing stories, and seeing where God is in our grief and in our hope.

If you are interested in this group, please reach out to Jamie or the Church office.

Goodwill Voucher’s Program

Alabama Goodwill

Please help us with the Good Samaritan program at Goodwill. When you donate items to them, please bring along a yellow donation form from the church office. Goodwill will then send the church vouchers that we hand out to people that can use them. These vouchers work the same as cash at all Goodwill stores and provide some much needed items to people in our community. The yellow donation slips are located on the brown table outside the church office.

The church receives multiple phone calls every day from people that need those vouchers!

About St. Luke’s Parish

St. Luke's Episcopal Church

St. Luke’s Episcopal Church
1050 Azalea Road
Mobile, Alabama 36693 Map It

Phone: 251.666.2990
Fax: 251.666.2781
Email: church@stlukesmobile.org

St. Luke’s was established over 50 years ago by a group of Episcopalians from other churches in the Mobile, Alabama area. Through the years, the church has grown in size and membership, expanding into additional buildings and eventually adding an accredited K-12 school.

OUR HISTORY

About St. Luke’s School

St. Luke's Episcopal School

Early Childhood & Lower School
3975 Japonica Lane
Mobile, Alabama 36693
Phone: 251.666.2991

Middle & Upper School
1400 S. University Blvd.
Mobile, Alabama 36609
Phone: 251.666.2991

St. Luke’s accredited K-12 Episcopal school is a ministry of St. Luke’s Episcopal Church and serves as a learning center for values that will enhance a child’s life; the growth of mind, body, and spirit.

We hope that all students, regardless of their own religious affiliations, find their faith and understanding of God enhanced through their time with us.

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