ST. LUKE'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Worship online or by phone every Sunday at 10:00 AM.
Use our Zoom or Facebook Live links to participate.
Our life together is guided by our shared mission and our four core values: a welcome that is inclusive of all, caring for God's creation, outreach and assisting people in their hour of need, and engaging our neighborhood and the surrounding communities.
St. Luke’s reaps the benefits of being a small, loving community that feels like a family. We care for one another, the people around us, and the natural world. St. Luke’s fulfills our spiritual needs and invites each of us into meaningful service.
We seek to help those in need and serve the wider community through a variety of outreach programs. Our weekly Food Pantry is one of the busiest in the area, and our Restoration of Nature project acts as a center for environmental education and a key component of watershed revitalization.
Joyful, inspiring worship is what grounds us and shapes us into a faithful community. We love to sing and are blessed to have a gifted Musical Director, Dr. Ildar Khannanov, who leads us in classical, gospel, contemporary, chant, and other musical styles.
The Rev. Diana E. Carroll joined the St. Luke's Community as Priest-in-Charge in February 2012 and became Rector on August 1, 2013. During her time with us, St. Luke's has steadily grown in membership, diversity, and service to the world. We have created a labyrinth, expanded our Food Pantry, and transformed our entire property into a haven for environmental restoration and education.
Pastor Diana is a native of Crystal Lake, Illinois, and grew up in the Episcopal Church. She holds an undergraduate degree in English from Kenyon College and a Master of Divinity from Berkeley Divinity School at Yale. Diana+ entered the ordination process in the Diocese of Ohio during her time at Kenyon. Between college and seminary, she worked at a drop-in center for the homeless through the Lutheran Volunteer Corps in Tacoma, Washington. Pastor Diana was ordained to the transitional diaconate in June 2008 and to the priesthood in January 2009. From 2008 until the end of 2011, she served as Assistant to the Rector at the Church of the Holy Trinity, Rittenhouse Square in Philadelphia.
She resides in Annapolis with her wife, the Rev. Sarah Lamming, who is the Rector of St. Mary Magdalene's Church in Silver Spring, Maryland.
The St. Luke's community is a proud part of the Episcopal Diocese of Maryland.
Welcome to St. Luke's Episcopal Church, located in the community of Eastport in beautiful Annapolis, Maryland. We are a small church with a big heart. Here you will not find gothic arches or long lines to the communion rail, but you will find a welcoming spirit full of joy and gratitude for God’s presence among us.
Despite our size, or perhaps because of it, there is a sweet spirit in this place when we gather to worship and work. Our parish is eclectic and a little quirky. As a community we are usually joyful, often spunky, sometimes amazed, and always glad to see one another.
We hope you will visit and spend some time with us. St. Luke's is a loving church with many opportunities for personal involvement. Here you can grow spiritually and make a difference in the community.
Beginning April 24 2021, we will resume holding an outdoor communion service on the last Saturday of each month at 5 p.m., weather permitting.
SERMONS & MUSIC
Follow the links below to read sermons from recent services and listen to anthems recorded by our joint virtual choir with St. Mary Magdalen Episcopal Church in Silver Spring, Maryland.
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You can view our April newsletter here.
Monday - Thursday
9 am to noon
(Currently by appointment only)
Give us a call at 410-268-5419.
Find us at:
1101 Bay Ridge Ave, Annapolis, MD 21403
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