St. Luke's Episcopal Church, Manchester, MO

Worship As We Social Distance

St. Luke’s Episcopal Church and our worship partner at Church of the Good Shepherd are pleased to offer you an opportunity to worship with us each week by video during this time of sheltering-in-place and social distancing. These times call for us to be the church more than ever before, and we’ll answer the call even if that means we can’t be physically together. May peace and God’s blessings be with you and keep you safe.

–St. Luke’s Episcopal Church

March 19, 2020
The Feast of St. Joseph
Dear Friends,
These are challenging times we’re living through, to say the least. Yet, in times such as these we discover what being the church really means. We discover the relationships at the heart of our community of faith are what matter most. We discover that loving God and our neighbors as ourselves truly is the essence of our faith.
Please know that in the days and weeks ahead, your clergy and church staff will do everything in our ability to continue making church happen and provide ways for us to communicate with each other, care for one another, and worship and pray together.
Beginning this Sunday, we will post a recorded worship service on both the Facebook page and parish website of both St. Luke’s and Church of the Good Shepherd. We will also post links to the worship service that will be livestreamed, each Sunday, from the mother church of the Diocese of Missouri, Christ Church Cathedral.
Click here for the link to the Christ Church Cathedral livestream service on Sunday at 10:00 AM
While these can’t take the place of worshiping together as we are accustomed, it can provide us with a sense of our interconnectedness with God and each other. So, please stay in touch, with us, as we will do the same to reach out to each of you on a regular basis. Know that you remain in our fervent prayers.

In Christ,

The Rev. C. Earl Mahan, Rector
The Rev. Dr. Pamela Stuerke, Asst. Priest
The Rev. Dayna Jewson, Deacon


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Welcome to St. Luke’s Episcopal Church

Whether you found this website by accident or intentionally, we believe it was meant to be and are happy you’re here. If you’re lost and need to be found, perhaps you can find yourself here at St. Luke’s. If you’re hoping to identify your spiritual gift and purpose in this life, perhaps we can help identify it here at St. Luke’s. If you’re looking to belong, perhaps you belong here at St. Luke’s. 

We believe the definition of “church” extends beyond our walls. We are a congregation that cherishes our Anglican heritage and traditions while striving to live out our discipleship and worship through weekly shared communion, community engagement, and a commitment of service to others. 

As you learn about the ministry of St. Luke’s, we hope that you will visit us on Sunday morning at 10 AM for worship and share in the celebration of Christ’s empowering love and hope, so that together, we can share the love of Jesus Christ with the world.

Hear Our Weekly Sermon

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Who We Are

Get to know us! Learn more about our mission, what we believe, who we serve, and what makes us special.


Join us every Sunday at 10 AM for a unique worship experience combining traditional and contemporary praise music.

St. Luke's at Feed My Starving Children Pack

Serving Others

St. Luke's believes in a life of servitude. Learn about the ways we engage with, and serve our community and the world.

Our Worship Partners

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The Episcopal Church

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This Week’s Lesson

March 15, 2020
The Third Sunday in Lent

Exodus 17:1-7; Romans 5:1-11; John 4:5-42; Psalm 95

This Week’s Music

Prelude: ‟Rock Of Ages, Cleft For Me”  Prelude II

Processional Hymn: ‟Rock Of Ages, Cleft For Me”  Hymnal #685

Gospel Hymn: ‟I Heard The Voice Of Jesus Say”  Hymnal #692

Offertory ‟Prelude I” By Carl Nielsen

Recessional Hymn: ‟If Thou But Trust In God To Guide Thee” Hymnal #635

Postlude: ‟Prelude III” By Carl Nielsen



Circle of Concern Donations/Shopping List

The food donations are taken to the Circle of Concern, a food pantry located in Valley Park. Needed are: Boxed Cereal, Dry Pasta, Pasta Sauce, Canned Pasta, Peanut Butter, Jelly/Jam, Canned Chicken, Canned Tuna, Macaroni & Cheese“Dinner” Helpers Dry Potatoes/Dry Beans/Dry Rice, Canned Fruit, Canned Vegetables, Baking staples.

Fresh produce from home and community gardens is welcomed!

Circle of Concern also accepts Personal Hygiene items: Shampoo, Hair Conditioner, Lotion, Razors, Deodorant, Bar Soap, Body Wash, Size 5 & 6 diapers, Baby Wipes, Feminine Hygiene Products

Please place your donations in the red plastic container in the Narthex. Thank you.


DIRECTIONAL NOTE: If you use GPS or any similar mapping system, in many instances, Brightfield Trail is not recognized as a street option. Additionally, most systems will indicate the destination has been reached at Goddard School. St. Luke’s is located directly across the street from Goddard.

From Big Bend: Continue north on Sulphur Spring Road approximately 50 or so yards beyond Goddard and turn left onto Brightfield Trail. St. Luke’s will be located immediately to the left.

From Manchester: If you have arrived at Goddard (or Big Bend), you have gone too far. From the Goddard parking lot, make a right back onto Sulphur Spring Road, and make a left approximately 50 yards onto Brightfield Trail. St. Luke’s will be located immediately to the left.

We invite you to join us for Sunday worship, meet our friendly congregation, and share in the glory of our Lord.

444 Brightfield Trail
Manchester, MO 63021
Phone: (636) 227-1227

Office Hours:
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday – 9:30 – 2:30 PM

Father Earl Mahan’s Office Hours:
Monday & Tuesdays – Church of The Good Shepherd
9:30 – 3:00 PM
Wednesday & Thursdays – St. Luke’s Episcopal Church
9:30 – 3:00 PM