Our Hearts and Doors are Open to All.

St. Luke’s Church
A Parish of the Episcopal Diocese
Southern Ohio


This Week at St. Luke’s

(January 23 – 28, 2019)

Wednesday, January 23
  9:45 am     Market Street Pantry open through 12:15 pm
  6:30 pm    Bible Study - Undercroft

Thursday, January 24
  7:00 pm     Adult Choir - Undercroft

Saturday, January 26
9:45 am     Market Street Pantry open through 12:15 pm

Sunday, January 27
8:00 am    The Holy Eucharist, Rite One - A traditional, quiet service
  9:00 am      Child care for children through age 5 (until 12:15 pm) - Undercroft/Nursery
9:15 am     The Holy Eucharist, Rite Two Child-friendly service for all ages
**10:00 am  Coffee: Grounds for Discussion- Undercroft
10:00 am      Church School lessons & activities- Parish House
11:00 am    The Holy Eucharist, Rite Two   
  4:00 pm      Conversations on Religion & Culture - Undercroft

Monday, January 28
  4:30 pm     Meal-a-Month - St. Vincent Haven
5:30 pm     Choristers Practice - Undercroft
  7:00 pm     Spiritual Gifts Class - Undercroft

Worship For All Ages



Offering three Sunday services featuring a traditional Rite One service at 8:00 am, a child-friendly service at 9:15 am, and a Rite Two choral service at 11:00 am. The summer schedule offers two Sunday services featuring a traditional Rite One service at 8:00 am and a Rite Two service with music at 10:00 am.

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St. Luke's Episcopal Church is a historic church at 111 E. Broadway Street in Granville, Ohio. The Greek Revival church building was constructed in 1837 and added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1976.

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St. Luke’s offers a vibrant multi-generational choral music program in the Anglican tradition. The primary ministry of the choirs, and of all choirs in the Episcopal Church, lies in their role as leader, supporter and teacher of the congregation in the singing of the hymns and service music.

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St. Luke’s Welcomes You.

St. Luke’s Church is a faithful community of Christians that worships in a landmark building. Our doors and hearts are open to all who visit. We practice what St. Benedict taught his monks and their households: “All guests who present themselves are to be welcomed as Christ.”


Our Commitment to Service.

A congregation engaging with organizations and community groups, locally and globally, whose goals match the priorities of the St. Luke’s community, and to provide financial, spiritual and volunteer support to help them succeed in helping the children of God.