Did you know Saint Luke's has a movie
night on the first Thursday of the month
with a pot luck supper starting at 5:30 pm
with a theological discussion 
This month's movie
to be announced

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

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     Our regular Sunday service schedule
     7:45 a.m. Holy Eucharist in the Chapel
     8:30 a.m. Adult Class
     9:30 a.m. Holy Eucharist & Sunday School
     11:15 a.m. Adult Class
      Holy Eucharist in the Chapel every Wednesday  12:15 PM
     Please mark your calendar for this new schedule

All people  are welcome to partake in our worship services.   All Baptized Christians, and children are welcome to receive Holy
Saint Luke's Episcopal Church
224 N. W. "D" Street
Grants Pass OR, 97526
Call the Church Office
541- 476 -2493 
email :stlukesgrantspass@gmail.com
Meet the Rector of Saint Luke's
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"Rector's Annual Parish Address,"
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God was calling me out of where I was into a new place and into a new way of being.  It was a call I heard in my bones and within the core of my  very being.


When God speaks to us in a way that touches our very core, we will be changed.  Oh, we may fight and argue and kick and scream; but deep down, we know in our bones that we are answering God's call.
Sermon for March 6 2014
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Sermon for Maundy Thursday 2014

This is the day when this act coincides most closely with the Last Supper. 

The last of the remaining consecrated bread and wine are consumed and the candle is extinguished. 
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