St. Luke's Episcopal Church
All Are Welcome!
All Are Welcome!
Come, Follow Christ
Celebrating more than 130 years of worship, St. Luke’s Episcopal Church is a warm and welcoming congregation. Centered in the love of Jesus Christ and committed to service to others, we welcome all. Whether you live in the greater Coeur d’Alene area or are passing through, we invite you to join us. Read more
Fourth Sunday after the Epiphany
The Very Rev. Holladay Sanderson Preaching
Third Sunday in Lent
March 3, 2024
Regular Service Hours
All Sunday services are in-person,
with the 10:00 also being offered via
Zoom and Facebook Live
8:00 a.m. Rite I
10:00 a.m. Rite II (New Time)
(In-Person, Facebook Live and Zoom)
Check your email for Zoom links (contact Fr. David for the links) or visit our Facebook page for live streams of our service.
Noonday Intercessory Prayer Service
Wednesdays, Noon (In-Person and Zoom )
Contemplative Prayer Service
1st and 3rd Tuesday each month
5:30 p.m. Zoom Only
Next Service Feb. 20, 2024
Contact Fr. David for Zoom Links to any of
8:15 a.m. (PDT)
This week's verses and previous sermons can be found on our worship page.
The church office is open 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Tuesday - Friday.
To share, celebrate and embody Jesus Christ’s overflowing, unconditional love in North Idaho.
To cultivate life-giving relationships in Christ with all, through deliberate discipleship, courageous conversations, purposeful partnerships, and authentic action across North Idaho.
February Reverse Offering
Rathdrum Food Bank
Daughters of the King is collecting Reverse Offering items in the church. Please take a slip of paper indicating what items to buy from the usher's little basket when the offering plate is passed. Place your items at the back of the church the next time you come.
Rathdrum Food Bank is the recipient for February.
Book Study Group In Progress
Full Details Here
The book group that meets on Wednesdays at 1pm (open to anyone) is starting a new book on January 31 – The Inner Eye of Love - Mysticism & Religion by William Johnston. Contact Jill Kalberg to sign up.
The Wednesday at 4 p.m. book study group will meet starting Jan. 31, with a virtual field trip to some of our neighboring evangelical churches. Dave Phifer will guide us int he theology and customs of these Christian sisters and brothers.
For the month of February, the Very Rev. Holladay Sanderson will provide a walk through our Book of Common Prayer. Please check back for the run-down to be added shortly.
Starting March 6, this group will explore The Kingdom, the Power, and the Glory, by award-winning journalist Tim Alberta. Evangelical Christians are perhaps the most polarizing—and least understood—people in America today. Alberta is a practicing Christian and son of an evangelical pastor. He paints an expansive portrait of the American evangelical movement. Through the eyes of televangelists and small-town preachers, celebrity revivalists and everyday churchgoers, he tells the story of a faith cheapened by fear and a reputation stained by scandal. Contact Lisa Nunlist for more information.
Tending the Vine Zooms
Meeting the first Thursday of the month, the Diocese offers Zooms for all who wish to learn and grow. This year's schedule includes:
March 7 -- Year-round stewardship
April 4 -- Evangelism 101
May 2 -- Listening to our neighbors
Sept. 5 -- Data gathering -- How do we know what we know and how can we learn what we don't know
Oct. 3 -- Evangelism 201
Nov, 7 -- Budgeting and Budgets
Dec. 5 -- Discerning and Recruiting Leaders
Contact our Parish Administrator to obtain the zoom link. She is available Tuesday - Friday from 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
We are now offering a way for you to easily contribute your pledges and to make donations to the ministry of St. Luke's. You can set up a one-time gift, or a weekly, biweekly, monthly or annual pledge. Our online payment system is safe and secure.
News & Events
Here are upcoming events and the latest news from the Diocese:
Bishop Gretchen's Visit Feb. 25, 2024
St. Luke's Is Hiring
Beautiful St. Luke's is hiring for a new part-time Minister of Music. Our mission is to cultivate life-giving relationships in Jesus Christ with all people, through deliberate discipleship, courageous conversations, purposeful partnerships and authentic action across North Idaho.
Director of Music Ministry
The position calls for creative musical leadership for a singing congregation, making the most of available resources and building an increasingly robust program for music, to enrich and deepen the congregation’s prayer and worship. This position may be combined with the position of Pianist/Organist by the right candidate. A further description and how to apply is available here.