About Us

Welcome to Saint Luke's! 

Accepting   -  Open Minded  -  Diverse

Welcome to St. Luke’s parish - a progressive, diverse, historic and Celtic oriented congregation of the Episcopal Church within the Diocese of Long Island and a wonderful place for families, children, and individuals of all ages. Much of our parish life is found in service to others within our village. We practice ‘radical hospitality’ welcoming all people searching for spiritual wholeness. In the sacraments we find strength to turn towards a world that is hungry for peace, reconciliation, compassion and grace. Each Sunday we gather at God’s table with one another, and invite you to join us as we deepen our knowledge of the Father, Son & Holy Spirit.

Through our liturgy, music, retreats and community-life, we share many opportunities for spiritual growth and fellowship with our neighbors. St. Luke’s is a place that makes Christ visible to others by service, humor and action.

Whether you are an Episcopalian, Anglican, from another denomination, faith tradition or simply a spiritual traveler; come and rest with us in the Lord. St. Luke’s is a place that can prepare and challenge you to find your way to a deeper intimacy with God. Come…find what we can be together in this ‘thin place’ between heaven and earth. The love and affection of heaven be with you!

David R. MacDonald+Rector of St. Luke’s Parish

Sunday Services:

During the school year, we have two Sunday services which provide different ways to express our faith.  The 8:00 am service is a time of quiet reflection; the 10:00 am service is a family-oriented celebration.  The banquet table in this church belongs to Our Lord Jesus Christ.  Everyone is invited to receive Him at this table in His sacramental Presence.  Sunday school and nursery care are available during our 10:00 am service. A coffee hour follows the 10:00 am service.

During the Summer, we have one family communion service at 9:00 am. This service is followed by coffee hour.


Open for Prayer:

The church is open for prayer and rest Tuesday through Friday, 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and Saturdays from 12:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. (These hours are subject to change if the Rector is away.)