In order to do everything we can to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and protect public health, St. Luke’s Episcopal Church is currently closed to all public gatherings.

During this closure, our office is closed to the public. St. Luke’s staff are working from home as much as possible, but we’re still accessible by email and phone. Even if we don’t see you in person, please keep in touch by other means. Don’t hesitate to call, text, or email.

We have a variety of offerings in lieu of in-person worship services. Our rector is posting video reflections most days of the week on St. Luke’s Facebook page, which you don’t need an account to see. On Sundays, we’re encouraging people to tune into one of the many offerings of live-streamed worship.

Remember: By staying home, you can help to keep others safe and avoid getting sick. Here are tips from the CDC for how to do just that.

Blessings and prayers for good health!


St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in Rochester, Minnesota is an energetic, multi-generational and diverse Faith Community committed to welcoming everyone, without distinction. St. Luke’s looks to the future with faith, hope and enthusiasm. While we honor and live our lives as Episcopal Christians in the Anglican Communion, we continue to be open to new ideas and opportunities to engage God’s mission of reconciliation and restoration.

the-five-marks-of-mission1The Five Marks of Mission: We endeavor to proclaim the Good News of God in Christ;
preach, baptize and nurture New Believers;
respond to human need by loving service;
seek to transform unjust structures of society,
to challenge violence of every kind and
to pursue peace and reconciliation and as faithful stewards,

strive to safeguard the integrity of creation and sustain and renew the life of the Earth!

“We all are one in mission, we all are one in call, our varied gifts united by Christ, the Lord of all.”




 Please visit us for worship and/or contact us if you have any questions.

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