Plan Your Visit
All are welcome at Saint Luke Episcopal Church—for worship, fellowship, and service. We believe that God loves you—no exceptions. So plan a visit. We’d love to connect and to support you on your spiritual journey.
There are many ways to engage with our community. A great first step is to visit us for Sunday worship.
10AM Morning Prayer
First Saturday of Every Month
5PM Taizé Service
About Our Services
The Episcopal worship style is steeped in ancient traditions—a beautiful setting, organ and vocal music, candles, stained glass. Within this physical context, we believe in a loving, liberating, and life-giving God… so you won’t get a dose of judgement here. We’re all in this together.
When you enter the church, we’ll greet you, give you a church bulletin (which guides you through the service), and make sure you find a seat. Children are welcome. So come in, and get comfortable.
If this is your first visit to Saint Luke, we invite you to sign our guest book, inside the side entrance to the sanctuary. Alternately, you can reach out to us using the Contact Us link in this website.
At one part of the service, we “pass the plate” to collect an offering. Give or not; we’re just happy to see you. There is also a part of the service where we offer Holy Communion (bread and wine) up at the front of the church. All baptized Christians are welcome to participate—regardless of age. Anybody who is not baptized is encouraged to come up to receive a blessing.
After the service, you are invited to meet with parishioners and our Priest in Charge, the Reverend Martha Harris. This is a great time to meet others, ask more questions, and engage in thoughtful discussion. All are welcome!
Saint Luke is located at 209 South Market Street, Mount Joy, PA 17552
We’re easy to find, and the map at the bottom of this site links to Google Maps to provide you with driving directions.
What We Believe
We’re part of the Episcopal Church—a global movement that believes in a loving, liberating, and life-giving God.
At Saint Luke, everybody is a minister. We all find our way to serve God and each other.
Something is always happening at Saint Luke. Come on Sunday or anytime. You’re always welcome.