New to St. Luke?
This world is crazy but beautiful. At St. Luke, we believe in healing, hope, and wholeness. We believe in a man named Jesus that is both fully God and fully human and we believe him when he said "It is not the healthy who need a doctor, but the sick. I have not come to call the righteous, but sinners" (Mark 7:2). We are named after the physician and disciple and apostle of Jesus and Paul, St. Luke the Physician.
We are unashamedly passionate about pursuing Jesus together. Our mission is to help those in the greater Lexington area community to know hope, healing, and wholeness through a transformed life in Jesus Christ.
We identify with the four unique values below:
- Loving and serving people where they are
- Life-changing discipleship
- Passing along our faith to the next generation
- Leadership communicating with clarity and executing with excellence.
We offer multiple worship services at St. Luke.
We stream our worship services live at 9:35 and 11:00am on Sundays.
On Sundays, our first, at 8:20 a.m., is a traditional service with old familiar hymns and liturgy.
Our second service at 9:35 a.m. is a contemporary and casual worship service with a focus on interactive conversation and participatory and relational worship.
Our third service at 11:00 is similar to the 8:20 a.m. but with new familiar worship songs and updated liturgies.
Our Sunday afternoon service is a Swahili language service at 1:00pm. We also provide a worship service for kids in the Loft called "God's Backyard" at 11:00am.
We have several Sunday School classes online that are meeting online via Zoom during the 2020 pandemic. Contact us below using the form for more.
We are holding worship services at 33% capacity during the 2020 pandemic and using social distancing measures in compliance with state and CDC Guidelines. Find out more about that here.
We are located at 2351 Alumni Dr., Lexington, KY right in-between Man O’War and New Circle on Alumni Drive.
If you happen to walk through the doors of our church, you won't be met with shame, guilt, or condemnation. We don't care how you're dressed or what candidate you voted for. Our church is made up of real people who are trying to figure this thing called "life" out together.