At St. Luke's, faith and joy meet our needs 
and longings as we live out our motto:
  "To know Christ and to make Him known." 
 Enjoy your web visit.  Come in person and enjoy the people, the worship, the service to others, the Good of Jesus Christ.  We would have you know Christ in us, and are eager to get to know Christ in you

Saint Luke's Episcopal Church
224 N. W. "D" Street
Grants Pass OR, 97526
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541- 476 -2493 
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Sermon January 25, 2015
Mark 1:14-20 will deliver you
What do you hear when I say that word?
As we move forward, from what do we need to repent?  Where do we need to make a change of direction?  Will that change of direction lead to much rejoicing?  Will those around us notice the change?
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Worship Schedule


8:00 AM Holy Eucharist
9:00 AM Adult Education
10:00 AM Holy Eucharist with
Sunday School
11:45 Second Adult Education


12:15 Holy Eucharist

Monday through Friday

7:15 - 7:45 AM Morning Prayer
"All are welcome"
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The kingdom has yet to come.
Stay awake.  Pay attention.  Be alert.  Among you stands one whom you do not know.
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Sermon for December 14, 2014
John 1:6-8, 19-28
Hopefully we can keep awake and be alert to the coming of the kingdom.
.Life can be hard.  We need to look for unexpected moments of joy in our lives on a regular basis. 
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Sermon December 21, 2014
\Luke 1:39-55
For whatever reason we are placed in a situation where we think we are the first people in the history of the world to ever be in that situation, and we are lonely and afraid.

Baptism initiates a fundamental change in us.  How have you been fundamentally changed by your baptism?
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Sermon for January 11, 2015
First Sunday after the Epiphany B
Feast of the Baptism of Our Lord
Baptism is the initial means through which we enter the household of God.

The Epiphany season is all about the manifestation of Christ to the world. 
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Sermon January 18, 2015
John 1:43-51
In the synoptic gospels (Matthew, Mark and Luke), Jesus calls the disciples to him.