Ancient, traditional and contemporary elements draw children, youth, adults and seniors into a service of deeply joyful prayer, praise and worship in awe and reverence of the Triune God, as revealed by Jesus Christ; the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. We welcome everyone. We welcome you.
Nearly every Sunday Morning the powerful music of the pipe organ, played skillfully and passionately by Dr. Marilyn Musick, fills the church with sacred music.
Our altar call each Sunday is a call to the Lord's table and EVERYONE IS WELCOME to come and receive.
Normally Principal Sunday Worship is weekly at 10:30 AM. Due to COVID 19, however, we have suspended large gatherings.
Services can be found at 10:30 AM on You Tube. Search Stephanie Swinnea, or click the button on this web page for video services. In person Eucharistic services are available on Saturday evenings at 7:00 PM and Sunday mornings at 8:00 AM and are limited to 10-12 persons each. Please call or email to reserve your pew.
"My weekly spiritual boost has been learning to pray with the morning Rosary every Thursday at 9:00 AM on You Tube." KJ
The Lord's Prayer used as an outline is an excellent way to pray the rosary. Psalms are also excellent rosary prayers. This is a tool with great potential for improving your experience of prayer.
(search Stephanie Swinnea on You Tube)
If you are not high risk and would like to participate in our online service filming, please call Cindy Dennis, church secretary, or Mother Stephanie and schedule your slot as lector or intercessor. 308-236-5821 of Stlukes@rcom-ne.com
If you have prayer requests, please email them to Stlukes@rcom-ne.com and your Tuesday Zoom Prayer group will lift them up to God. If you want to join us in prayer, call 308-236-5821.
The videos are still available. Call Breanna Hiner Rose for more information. If you don't have here number, leave your contact info with Cindy in the church office and Breanna will call you. 308-236-5821.
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