About Us

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Who we are

St. Luke's is a congregation in the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA).

Founded in 1940 our congregation has been active in sharing the Good News of Jesus in our community through word and action.

We worship in two distinct styles that share a message of God's grace. Our traditional services, at 8:30 and 11:15, are liturgically based with organ accompaniment. Our GiG Praise Service at 10:00 am is music-centric where music is led by our praise band, Stumbling Up. The songs are mainly from the top 40 Contemporary Christian list. All worship centers around Scripture and listening to the guidance of the Holy Spirit.

St. Luke's is active in serving our community in a variety of ways including: Gods Works Meals, Coat drives, Fellowship Matters, and making our building available to groups who need space like AA and boy scouts.

We believe learning more about our faith is integral to our discipleship and faith development opportunities are offered throughout the week.

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Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA)
St. Luke's Lutheran Church is a congregation of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA), the largest Lutheran denomination in the nation with nearly five million members. To quote from the ELCA’s website: Our faith tradition is based on a life-transforming story. The ELCA’s story is both ancient and timely. It’s a story of a powerful and patient God who has boundless love for all people
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Southeast Michigan Synod
St. Luke's is a congregation member of the Southeast Michigan Synod. “A “synod” is a shared journey of congregations in a specific geologically area. Southeast Michigan is one of 65 synods of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, and one of six synods that comprise region six.
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"Bringing my family into the St. Luke’s community has been such an incredible blessing. Worship each week fills us with joy and purpose and equips us to follow the call of Jesus in all we do." - Courtney Barthle