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

Why don't you join us?

Worship with Us

St. Luke's, Speaks-up for the Community!

Speaking at Albany for Rural migrant workers.

farm

St. Luke's & Children.

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.

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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.

Picnic

St. Luke's & the Community...

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

Action

St. Luke's fellowship & friends!

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

Dining Divas

St. Luke's 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.

Museuem without Walls

St. Luke's feeding the Community!

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

Harvest Kitchen

St. Luke's celebrating the Lord in the Brockport!

We celebrated Pentecost with our Brockport church neighbors!

Celebrating the Lord

St. Luke's in action @ Albany, advocating for others!

Our leaders marched on Albany for fair wages!

Advocating for Others

One of our younger members! At Our Ice Cream Social.

Come celebrate with us!

Our Children

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. Luke's!

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

SLB People

St. Luke's-Harvest Kitchen-Feeding everyone!

Harvest Kitchen staff gladly serving.

Harvest Kitchen Crew

St. Luke's Community BBQ!

Paul preparing the Chicken.

BBQ

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!

Over 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 @ 8 am & 10am, All are invited!!

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

 Wednesday 12 Noon Prayer Service:
   In the upstairs, Library/Prayer Chapel
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 Caring For Us Caring For Others
 Clothing Center Hours:
   Sundays 3:00pm to 4:30pm
   Thursdays 7:00pm to 8:30pm

 Harvest Kitchen:
   Second Sunday of each Month 3:00 to 4:30 pm
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 St. Lukes Brockport on Wikipedia

St. Luke’s Information & Upcoming Events

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* Daylight Savings Time Starts:  Sunday, March 8th *

Our Goals for the Future

Foster/nurture a friend raising community anchored in
our faith journey with Christ

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Enhance communication for disseminating a clear, consistent message for internal and external audiences/viewers
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Commit to growing and expanding our Christian programs

The Friday Flyer

The Friday Flyer provides Information about:
Service Times, 
Upcoming Events and our Ministries.

St. Luke’s Monthly Calendar

The Sunday Bulletin

Krista’s Reflections

Recent Event

2015 Annual Meeting Luncheon
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New Vestry Leadership
Krista, David & Kally-s
 Rev. Krista,      David Keller,        Kelley Vergin
St. Lukes Rector, Rector’s Warden, Peoples Warden

Service & Ministry Information

St. Luke’s, Google Calendar

Wednesday 12 Noon Prayer Service
In the upstairs, Library/Prayer Chapel

The Annual Food Shelf “Cereal Bowl” continues until, March 1st
Kennedy Vergin is asking parishioners to help
her reach her goal of 150 boxes of cereal to
donate to the Food Shelf.

Upcoming Events

Wednesday, February 25th
10:30am Hymns, Songs and Storytelling at,
Beikirch Nursing Home with Krista+
.

St. Luke’s Recent Events & Photos

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

All St. Luke’s Photos on Flickr

2015 Flickr Photo Collection
2014 Flickr Photo Collection
2013 Flickr Photo Collection
2012 Flickr Photo Collection

Please E-mail Photographs to be posted
to our Flickr Account to:
stlukesbrockport@gmail.com

The Spire (News Letter) & Annual Reports

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Click below, to read one of our newsletters

February 2015-Spire

January 2015-Spire

December 2014-Spire

November 2014-Spire

October 2014-Spire

September 2014-Spire


Annual Reports – Review of Previous Year

2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014,

St. Luke’s in the Community

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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 *

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    2014-Krista Camron      Krista's calling card

Let’s Do “This” Together; Building our Faith and our Community

I believe you will find that your Vestry will be taking the Visioning Team’s process and results very seriously. I know that I will. It is very important for us to have a map, a guide, a focus as we begin to grow our church and our own faith. Just as in our society; the church also tends to be distracted, work too hard, and get derailed. Let’s go against the norms of society—Jesus did!

As I often remind us; we are setting our sights on the “greater good” of our collective voice. Having said this; we lis- tened and respected every single voice as we spent last year in our discernment process. Let’s get started!

My focus is to give you every opportunity to learn and grow in your faith journey. While doing this, we will all contin- ue to serve our Lord through the ministries that we are currently involved with and those that will need to be devel- oped—with your offerings.

Let’s start this Lent. We listened and most of us felt there was more energy and more community when we became one community instead of two on Sunday morning. Very soon, we will all be together as one community building up our community during worship as well as in our ministries.

If you look over the Visioning Goals and action items as well as my annual address, you will see that it will be teams that will see us forward; not individuals. Over the years, I have noticed that we all tend to work on our own. Is this due to busy schedules, lack of communication, or it is just easier that way? For my personal prayer life, reflections for ser- mons and articles, I need to be alone. For the work of the church; I want to be a member of a team.

Let’s also begin to come together after church to learn and grow in our faith journey. To that end, we will begin by fo- cusing on: “Being Christian.” A new book that Josh was reading at Christmas. It is authored by the former Anglican Archbishop of Canterbury; Rowan Williams. Simplicity is good and he breaks down his very small, easy read into four sections:

Baptism, Bible, Eucharist, and Prayer.

I will be offering a 5 week 30 minute discussion/dialogue called: Episcopal Spirituality: Through the lenses of our Bap- tism, Holy Communion, Worship Community, Prayer, and service. It will be a refresher course for all of us while also introducing or reintroducing those that desire to join our faith community. This will be our starting point; our com- pass for all that we will do in the coming year(s). If we understand who we are, we can know where we are go- ing.

Your Preaching Team is developing their library. One book on their list is a slim volume also be Rowan Williams and also new called; Meeting God in Mark. These two books that I mentions will be referred to and might be worthy of owning yourself. More on this later.

If we all come together during our transition from two communities into one, I believe we will find fruits of our labor to learn, grow, and discover God on a deeper level.

Faithfully, Krista+

* Krista’s Reflections *

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 2014-Krista Camron   Krista's calling card

Krista’s Reflections

Epiphany 4            Lent 1

Epiphany 5            Lent 2

Epiphany 6            Lent 3

St. Luke’s Vestry

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St. Luke’s Vestry Information:

A Message from Your Rector’s Warden

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 Dining Devas

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Look for Information and Updates here.

St. Luke’s Harvest Kitchen

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 Harvest Kitchen 

Second Sunday of each Month – 3:00 to 4:30 pm
Segundo domingo
de cada mes - 3:00 to 4:30 pm

Suburban News Article about Harvest Kitchen

St. Luke’s Music Korner

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choir

Music For Sunday

St. Luke’s Choir FAQ

St. Luke’s Choir-Music Sampler

St. Luke’s Bell Choir-Fanfare on Sine Nomine