Welcome to
St. Luke's,

The Mission of St. Luke's Lutheran Church is to

Share God's Love Through

Welcoming, Encouraging and Serving


As a community of faith in God, the members of St. Luke’s welcome ALL regardless of your age, your economic status, your ethnicity, your gender identity, your physical or mental abilities, your sexual orientation, or even if you confidently believe, or may be questioning.

We affirm that in Christ Jesus “There is no east or west; no north or south – only ONE great assembly of LOVE throughout the whole, wide earth!” We hope you leave both refreshed and renewed to face with encouragement the challenges of your week.   


First Sunday in Advent
December 3 at 10:00am

Second Sunday in Advent
December 10 at 10:00am

Third Sunday in Advent
December 17 at 10:00am

Fourth Sunday in Advent
December 24 at 10:00am

Candlelight Christmas Eve Service
December 24 at 8:00pm

Celebration of Life

Walter A. Cooper Jr

Sunday, November 12, 2023

3:00pm in the Sanctuary 

Thank you, people of St. Luke’s!

You put your faith into action through God’s Work, Our Hands.

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Worship Cafe Results

Identity Report:    Who are we?  Why do we exist?

Gift Report: What are the greatest gift of our church?

Focus Report: What should our next Pastor focus on? 
                How will we support the Pastor?

Identity Report
Gifts Report
Focus Report

Weekly Prayer

We call on you our St. Luke's Family,
on joining us in praying this prayer weekly at
6:30 on Wednesday evenings, the traditional time of choir practice.

Dear Heavenly Father, Abba,

Thank you for desiring a relationship with us.
Thank you for allowing us into your presence.
Thank you for being interested in the concerns of our everyday lives and Thank you for listening to us as we lay those concerns at your feet.
We know that every prayer we pray is heard by you. 

Father, today we petition you for the healing of our dear friend Jan. Though the prognosis may seem dire, we know that there is no illness too great that you cannot heal if it be your will.
Father, we pray for the peace that only you can provide during this most difficult time. A peace that is beyond all human understanding when
the world, our world, Jan's world, is in chaos.

Father, we pray for your spirit of comfort for Jan, his husband Mario, and all those who love him. May your presence be palpable and a sense of calm prevail. No matter the outcome, we thank you, we love and we praise you. In Jesus' name we ask all these things. Amen 

Author-Mike Wilder

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Mailing Address

St. Luke's Lutheran Church
P.O. Box 11063
Charlotte, NC 28220-1063

Business Hours

Come visit us!

  • Monday - Friday
    09:00am - 12:30pm
  • Saturday - Sunday

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