We welcome everyone equally and enthusiastically. Whatever your religious background, age, race, gender, sexual orientation, or economic status, we welcome you. If you are responding to a deep inner yearning, a hunger to be part of a community of faith, a desire to love and be loved by God, or a call to follow Jesus, we welcome you!
St. Luke's is a Sanctuary parish and is a safe place for all. If you have left behind a loving congregational family and are searching for a new spiritual home, we welcome you! If you have been wounded or abused or alienated or disturbed by judgmental religion and religious hypocrisy, we welcome you!
Exploring the Authority of Scripture: Texts of Terror & Hope
Beginning Monday, October 14 at 6:30pm, CSULB Religion Professor David Stewart with the clergy will lead a six-week course on how Episcopalians understand the authority of the Bible in feeding our faith and forming our practice. Each week, those gathered will investigate a particular topic and related Biblical texts. We will be discussing such possible topics as creation, God’s mercy and wrath, Hell, suffering, LBGTQIA, gender roles, and disability. Please join us any or every week.
Brass Rubbing Center Opens from October 15 – November 9
This will be our 33rd year creating medieval Cassidy Castle in the Parish Hall! Visitors will step back in history to learn about medieval times, armor, and dress, by way of docent talks and creating a lasting piece of art. We need volunteers to man the Center! Just a few hours a week, for four weeks. Please contact Gail Mutke if you can help.
General Public: All materials provided. Price is $8-$15 depending on size of rubbing. Saturdays: 11am to 3pm – no reservations needed! Weekdays: by appointment only due to scheduling – 562-439-9496
Tea Time: Three Tea dates are available to the public with no group minimum. Cost is $16 per child, $26 per adult. This includes a docent talk about medieval women, brass rubbing instruction and all materials. Reservations are required for Tea **Saturday, October 19 and Saturday October 26 at 11:30am, and Sunday, November 3 at 1pm**