St. Luke's Episcopal Church
All Are Welcome!
All Are Welcome!
Celebrating over 125 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
Come, Follow Christ
Father David's Sermon (Nov. 22)
First Sunday of Advent
9:15 Family Well/Jordan Service
10:30 Holy Eucharist Rite II
A small number of families may join either service. Please contact the office to reserve your spot.
Both services will be available via Zoom, check your email for links (Or contact Fr. David for the links)
Services will also be Live-streamed by the National Cathedral in DC at 8:15 a.m., and with
St. Paul's Walla Walla in our Diocese
at 9:15 a.m.
Please visit here to join the Nat'l Cathedral service.
Please visit here to join our Diocesan service.
All other in-person worship at the St. Luke's building is is temporarily suspended.
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. Fr. David is available to meet as needed. Please make an appointment by calling the office or emailing Fr. David.
November Reverse Offering
Spirit Valley Food Bank
Daughters of the King is requesting that you make donations directly to area food banks with either needed items or financially. Spirit Valley Food Bank is the recipient for November. The address is 182 Industrial Park, Spirit Lake, ID 83869 and the phone number is 208-304-0582. The food bank is open and accepting donations.
Let's Stay Connected -- Congregational Activities for October, November and December
To help us all stay connected in these times we can't be meeting for in-person worship, our Involving and Welcoming committee has come up with some fun ideas for all of us to share.
Socks of Love
Instead of doing “Socks of Love” this year, Daughters of the King are simply collecting socks: men’s, women’s, children’s – any kind of socks you want to buy. A box has been placed by the bookshelf under the coat rack outside of the Alison Library and they will be distributed by DOK members. What’s cozier than a nice new pair of socks!
November -- The Thankful Pumpkin
Halloween is past and Thanksgiving is coming soon. Want a good use for one of your decorative pumpkins? Here is a way to focus on the good things - big and little - that enter our life every day. So get a Sharpie Fine Point pen and each day write something you are thankful for on your pumpkin. See the picture for my start. I included silly and fun things like pizza and rain and also important things like my sister and my friends. Write something each day between Halloween and Thanksgiving, then share your good thoughts with family or friends as you enjoy your turkey dinner. * Tip for you, if you make a mistake rubbing alcohol removes ink!
December -- St. Luke's Reverse Advent Calendar
Christmas is a time of giving, and Advent is our time to await and anticipate the coming of Jesus. During Advent, we are inviting everyone to participate in a Reverse Advent -- a giving Advent. Instructions to participate are easy to follow, and we've even provided a calendar for you to mark for activities.
Welcome! Pray with us
Join Fr. David and all of us
as we pray for Christ to touch and stir us for service,
to bring God's love to the world around us.
Prayers for healing
During this time in our nation and world,
we pray for God's healing presence and power.
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:
St. Luke's New Cross was installed Thursday, June 4, and was a front page story in our Coeur d'Alene Press. Learn more about the Stages of our Cross here.
Great St. Luke's Pumpkin Event
See our fun and spooky pumpkins created by the talented folks and friends of St. Luke's. Thanks to everyone who participated in the "Great St. Luke's Pumpkin Event" and Happy Halloween to all!