Plan Your Visit

Welcome to St. Luke’s Episcopal Church! 


Regular Parish Office Hours:

Monday – 9:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Tuesday – 9:00 AM – 12 Noon & 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM
Wednesday – 9:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Thursday – 9:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Friday – 9:00 AM – 2:00 PM


Clergy consultation (virtual or in-person) by appointment anytime. In-home visits for Holy Communion are available. Please contact the parish office when someone is seriously ill or admitted to hospital.

The hospital will not contact the parish.

Please notify the office of any pastoral emergency that may arise at any time. All messages are forwarded. 

(717) 272-8251  |  info@stlukeslebanon.org


Plan your visit here!

Click on the links below for more information


Regular Service Schedule

Parking

Access for Persons with Special Needs 

Contact Us

COVID-19 Response

We strongly encourage all who are eligible to receive appropriate vaccines and boosters against infection with COVID-19. Holy Communion is distributed under both forms only by intinction at all services and may be received under the form of bread alone at the sole discretion of the communicant. Hand sanitizers are conveniently placed for easy access in all public spaces. 

This Week at St. Luke's

April 20 – April 26

The Fourth Week of Easter

The Rev, Dr. David Zwifka will preach this week.

Click on link if the event is online.


Saturday – April 20

  • 5 PM – Informal Vigil Service (Church)
    • Sung Eucharist – Rite II
    • An intimate, informal service
    • In-person only
    • Lady Altar

Sunday – April 21

The Fourth Sunday of Easter – Good Shepherd Sunday

  • 8 AM – Holy Eucharist (Church)
    • Recited Eucharist – Rite I
    • In-person only
    • Coffee Hour to follow in the Auditorium
  • 10:30 AM Holy Eucharist (Church)
    • Choral Eucharist – Rite I
    • In- person and webcast live
    • Click here for the live webcast
    • Coffee Hour to follow in the Auditorium

Tuesday – April 23

  • 7 PM – Choir
    • Choir Room
    • Contact the Parish Office if you are interested in joining the choir.

Wednesday – April 24

  • 10 AM – Midweek Eucharist with Prayers for Healing (Parish Hall)
    • Trinity Chapel
    • In-person only

Thursday – April 25


Friday – April 26

  • 5:30 – 9 PM Philadelphia 11 Movie Screening, Dinner with Panel Discussion and Reception at St. Thomas, Lancaster
    • For those who have registered ahead of time
    • In-person only
    • Those carpooling will meet in the parking lot at approximately 4:15 PM. Contact Laurie Daub with questions.

Planning Ahead…


Saturday – April 27

  • No 5 PM Vigil, as the Music Ministry Recognition Dinner will be held this evening.

Sunday – April 28

The Fifth Sunday of Easter

  • 8 AM – Holy Eucharist (Church)
    • Recited Eucharist – Rite I
    • In-person only
    • Coffee Hour to follow in the Auditorium; see below.
  • 9:15 AM – 10 AM – Special Discussion Forum (Parish Hall)
    • A special forum concerning the actions of The 80th General Convention (2022) addressing restrictions on access to gender affirming care (also known as Resolution D066)
    • During this time, Father Zwifka will seek to explain the actions of The General Convention and what it means for us as parishioners and members of The Episcopal Church
    • Auditorium during Coffee Hour
  • 10:30 AM Holy Eucharist (Church)
    • Choral Eucharist – Rite I
    • In- person and webcast live
    • Click here for the live webcast
    • Coffee Hour to follow in the Auditorium

Resources

St. Luke’s YouTube Channel: View livestream here


The Lessons for this Sunday


“Let Your Light Shine” Capital Campaign


St. Luke’s April Newsletter – The Angelus

  • The latest news, schedules, and reflections on life at St. Luke’s.
  • For past issues of The Angelus, click here
  • Not on our mailing list? Subscribe here.

St. Luke’s Bazaar Website

  • A one-stop shop for all our fundraising events, from the holiday bazaar to our soup sale and more.

Annual Report 2024


Christian Education and Spiritual Formation 

Click on this link for general information about Christian formation resources for youth, families and adults of all ages.

Reading List 2024 (Adult)


Support St. Luke’s Mission and Ministry

Have you been touched by the mission and ministry of St. Luke’s in a special way? Help others to experience the love of God that flows through our parish by making a contribution of any amount toward our ongoing mission within the greater Lebanon area. If you would like to help St. Luke’s continue its mission in Lebanon County, you can make a secure one-time or continuing contribution using the “Donate” button below. Please help us bring the support and comfort of Jesus Christ to all. We thank you.

You can make a contribution of any size to the mission and ministry of St. Luke’s Episcopal Church by using the secure PayPal link below. You can also contribute to any of the special funds this way. Please be sure to designate which special fund to which you wish to contribute (e.g., Heat Fund, Organ Fund).