At St. Luke's, We offer Living Legacies.

Why don't you join us?

Worship with Us

St. Luke's speaking up for the Community!

Speaking at Albany for Rural migrant workers.


Children & St. Lukes.

We honor & enjoy our children! Sunday School is each Sunday at 10am

Sunday School

St. Luke's rich in pastoral history!

Some of the historical garments of St. Lukes.


St. Luke's celebrates the Lord!

St. Luke's at Christmas, Come join our celebration throughout the year.

Christmas Altar

St. Luke's picnic service @ Braddock's Bay!

SLB celebrating the Lord throughout the Community.


St. Lukes & the Community...

We walk globally, so others have food on the table!


St. Luke's fellowship & friends!

Our Dining Divas celebrate at Lakeside's Red Bird Cafe!

Dining Divas

St. Lukes Welcomes Newcomers!

Wherever you are on your faith journey, you are welcome here!

Welcome Newcomers

St. Luke's, one of seven early churches of Brockport!

St. Lukes, 175 yrs recognized @ the Museuem without Walls.

Worship with Us

St. Luke's feeding the Community!

We open our kitchen to all as part of Harvest Kitchen every 2nd Sunday.

Harvest Kitchen

St. Lukes celebrating the Lord in the Brockport!

We celebrated Pentecost with our Brockport church neighbors!

Celebrating the Lord

St. Lukes in action @ Albany, advocating for others!

Our leaders marched on Albany for fair wages!

Advocating for Others

One of our younger members rejoicing on Palm Sunday!

Come celebrate with us!

Advocating for Others

We joyously praise the Lord in beautiful song & music!

Come join in with our wonderful choir each Sunday at 10am!

St. Lukes Choir

Palm Sunday @ St. Luke's!

Palm Sunday @ St' Luke's Church!

Advocating for Others

Some Special People @ St. Lukes!

Rev. Krista+, Josh and the Rt. Rev. Bishop Singh

SLB People

St. Lukes feeding everyone!

Harvest Kitchen staff gladly serving.

Harvest Kitchen Crew

SLB Community BBQ

Paul preparing the Chicken!


Fellowship and Fun at St. Luke's!

Whether it is family game night, a dance or a social, come join us!

Fellowship and Fun

St. Luke's - circa 1911!

175 years of Worship, Service & Community - come join us!

Fellowship and Fun

Breakfast Any one????

Happy Shrove Pancake Breakfast preparers..

SLB Breakfast

Join us each Sunday @ 8am or 10am! All are invited!!

Children are WELCOME at all services.
Come join us in worship and celebration.

Regular Sunday Service Schedule, in effect:
8 am Holy Eucharist, Rite I; Meditative Service
10 am Holy Eucharist, Rite II; with Music & Choir

Tuesday Evening Bible Study:
restarting Tu., April 29, 2014
St. Lukes Brockport on Wikipedia
2014-Caring For Us Caring For Others

St. Luke’s Upcoming Events

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Go to our, Online GOOGLE Calendar

Friday FlyerMusic For Sunday

Sunday Bulletin

Please Note

 Tuesday Evening, Bible Study Class
will restart the, Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Upcoming Special Events

St. Luke’s Recent Event & Pictures

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Click on one of the links below to go to our Flickr Gallery

St. Luke’s Photos on Flickr

Blessed Lenten journey to you all

What a glorious first Sunday in Lent!  Bishop Singh had a wonderful day with us. Kevin and Deb Deuel and Janet Conner and Mollie Steele are now officially part of our St. Luke’s community.

At the Bishop’s request, we enjoyed showing him the SUNY Brockport Campus; thanks to Bruce Leslie, Kelly Vergin, and Heather Packer.  He also came to Harvest Kitchen and put in a few volunteer minutes!  Then he ate with us.

Please E-mail Photographs to be posted on Flickr to:

Our Monthly Newsletter – the Spire

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Click below, to read one of our newsletters

April 2014-Spire

March 2014-Spire

February 2014-Spire

January 2014-Spire

December 2013-Spire

November 2013-Spire

Annual Reports – Review of Previous Year

2011, 2012, 2013, 2014,

St. Luke’s in the Community

Feb 27th, 2011 by kewanyk | 0
St. Luke's in Action in our Community

Click Links below to find out more:
Amnesty International,
BEOC & Brockport Clothing Closet,
BEOC & Migratory Farm Workers,
Brockport Ecumenical Food Shelf,
Brockport Ecumenical Toy Shelf,
North Porch - for new Moms & Babies.

Want to join us to find out more about God,
click HERE for our Ministry Study.

* Krista+’s Korner *

Jan 29th, 2014 by henderson | 0

Krista2   Krista's calling card

Krista’s Annual Address to the Congregation

A Short Course in Holy Week: 101


In our Book of Common Prayer, it is intentional that our Holy Week services precede our Eucharistic liturgies. Beginning with Ash Wednesday on page 264, you can travel liturgically through Holy Week. It is also intentional and theologically important that Baptism is just prior to Easter morning. In ancient times, it took three years to become “baptized/confirmed” into the church.

Chapter One: Maundy Thursday

Maundy Thursday is our time to remember what Jesus said at his last meal with his closest disciples. He told them the summary of the handed down commandments. “You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your mind. This is the greatest and the first commandment. The second is like it: You shall love your neighbor as yourself. On these two commandments hang all the law and the prophets.” Matthew 22:37-40

Jesus used the Sabbath meal to demonstrate how they would remember him and keep him alive through a simple daily meal ritual handed down by their ancestors. Take this bread/wine, bless it, break it/pour it, and

share it as one community with many different members. Jesus promised them that as often as they would share their bread and wine, Jesus would be present to them to sustain, pardon, and renew their faith and their community. Everyone has “dirty feet” and we are on equal ground as friends and followers of God’s Word. We have our service at 7:00pm with the Agape meal at 6:00pm.

What to expect:

At St. Luke’s, we are starting a new tradition of having a simple meal followed by our holy communion around the common tables in our Parish Hall. We tell the stories and share the meal. After we are done, we will take our single candles and process into the darkened church to take away all the remains of our liturgical rituals so we can experience what the possibility of life without Jesus would be like for us. Some churches hold prayer vigils this night and take turns praying with the reserve sacrament. This previously consecrated bread and wine is offered on Friday where there is no Holy Communion offered.

Chapter Two: Good Friday

Good Friday is not a re-enactment of the death of Jesus or having a funeral service for Jesus. It is a day we remember the powerful act of self-sacrifice and love Jesus did for us. Jesus stayed in a troubled city where the politicians and religious people feared their own power and

control was being questioned and challenged. This man who spoke of God’s new realm of inclusivity and mutuality of love and respect was changing their worldview. Corruption had settled into both politics and religion and Jesus aligned only with God. Jesus was not killed by the Jews; he was killed by all of us who follow false gods.

What to expect in church:

It is a simple and powerful service of solemnity and respect. We focus on the power of love that changed the way we view our lives and our God. No sin is too great for God to forgive. No death is too final for God. Sometimes, Stations of the Cross are done as we travel prayerfully with Jesus to his death. We have a 12 noon ecumenical service. This year it will be at the First Baptist Church, 124 Main Street, Brockport. We will have our own service at 7:00pm at St. Luke’s.

ChapterThree: Easter

Easter is our thankful and joyful response to God’s saving act of redemption and new life. Easter is a celebration of our hope and our lived out faith in God who gave us Jesus to show us the way. Our response to the resurrection is to give thanks and praise. Every Sunday is a mini-resurrection experience to affirm and re-affirm our faith and belief in the gifts of Jesus and the Holy Spirit by our living God. We gather each and every Sunday and this one at 8:00am and 10:00am.

What does this look like for us practicing Christians? Do justice:

  1. Pray for peace. War is real. Work for justice for those oppressed and imprisoned.
  2. Lament for our children and all those who are denied basic rights of food, clothing, shelter, and an education.

Love kindness:

  1. Look for the good in your daily life. Make a difference by your attitude and actions.
  2. Seek forgiveness and forgive others.

Walk humbly with God:

  1. Open your mind and heart to see things in new and life giving ways.
  2. Grow in grace and truth by your presence in a worshiping community.–Micah 6:8

Course summary and review questions:

1. Why do we worship Jesus?
2. Why is he important to us and our lives? What is required of us?

Holy Week Schedule
Palm Sunday, April 13th, 8:00 am and 10:00 am services.

Maundy Thursday, April 17th, 6:00 pm Agape Meal and 7:00 pm service.

Good Friday, April 18th, 12 noon ecumenical service at First Baptist Church and 7:00pm service in our church.

Easter Sunday, April 20th, 8:00am and 10:00am services.

 Your always learning priest, Krista+

St. Luke’s Vestry

Feb 21st, 2014 by henderson | 0

St. Luke’s Vestry Information:

2014 - Vestry on Call Schedule

Vestry Sunday Morning Checklist

Please Note
A Safe Church Training Link is available
in the Links section on the right
Under The Episcopal Church section.

St. Luke’s Harvest Kitchen

Feb 21st, 2014 by henderson | 0

Harvest Kitchen – The Second Sunday of each Month – 3:00 to 5:00 pm

Cosecha Cocina Programar

Suburban News Article about Harvest Kitchen

St. Luke’s Music Korner

Sep 2nd, 2013 by henderson | 0


Music For Sunday

St. Luke’s Choir FAQ

St. Luke’s Choir-Music Sampler