St. Luke's Episcopal Church Dixon, IL
Our Sunday worship is the celebration of the Holy Eucharist, also called the Mass. During this service we gather together to hear God's Word in Holy Scripture, to pray together, and to celebrate the Liturgy of the Lord's supper, or Holy Communion.
St. Luke's Episcopal Church
221 West Third Street
Dixon, IL 61021
Contact Our Priest
Fr Wesley Hills, Rector
Events That Occur Regularly
OUR NEW BANNER, SOON TO BE
We Episcopalians (Anglicans worldwide) have been celebrating Mass (Holy Communion) now for nearly six centuries.
Please know that all the baptized, of any age or denomination, marital status (divorced), sexual orientation, or any other status or label that seeks to divide us as God's created, are warmly welcomed to share a family meal here, and to receive the Body and Blood of Christ at our table.
Please come on Sunday at 10:30 a.m., enjoy this sacred meal with us and feel free to call me with your questions.
Fr. Wes Hills, Rector
Everyone can use a PAL Jan. 18,2019
The Rev. Wesley Hills of St. Lukes Episcopal Church in Dixon shared some
"conversation and some "spirits with the Holy Spirit," as he bills it, on Thursday night during his Priest At Large
(PAL) ministry at The Crystal Cork in downtown Dixon. Hills heads out into the community for public rap sessions twice a week and meets with anybody who shows up to talk about whatever's on their mind. Before becoming a man of the cloth Hills was a man of the three-peice suit, serving as a trial lawyer for 12 years in San Diego. He can be found at Books of First, 202 W. First St.,Dixon, from 10 a.m. to noon on Mondays and from 5 - 7p.m. Thursdays at the Crystal Cork, 219 W. First, Dixon .
Dear Book Lusters,
Here are some dates and titles for you:
April 30 Dear Mrs. Bird by A. J. Pearce; Peg
Horstman furnishing treats and leading discussion.
May 28 Where the Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens; Susan Archly furnishing treats and leading discussion.
June 25 Eleanor Elephant is Perfectly Fine by Gail Honeyman; Volunteers Needed
Looks like some good reading ahead for us! Hope to see you at these gatherings.
Wednesday Evening Lenten Program
If You Are...
...dressed up, dressed for a hike, or never give it a thought ...
...any faith tradition or no faith tradition...
...single, married, divorced, remarried, widowed...
...Spanish-speaking, English-speaking, both, or other...
...Republican, Democrat, other, or none...
...LGBTQ, in transition, or love someone who is...
...cool, hot, hip, or lost...
...immigrant, refugee, undocumented, or citizen...
...biracial, bilingual, or bisexual...
...if you have doubts, or are not sure, or have faith like a rock...
...have children, including children with special needs, or don't...
...visiting, seeking, longing, or just looking...
...Yes! You Are Welcome!
Yes, you are welcome—and you are also welcome to bring your partner, spouse, children, and friends. Bring your heart, mind, soul, and passions. Please, leave nothing of yourself behind at the door—you are entirely welcome here.
Starting March 13, Fr. Wes will be offering a Lenten program entitled "Giving up Something Bad For Lent". The evening will start with a Soup and Bread supper from 6:00pm to 6:30pm with the discussion from 6:30pm to 7:30pm.
Each session stands on its own so come whenever you are able.
The Canterbury Singers with Ross Jallo, organ-Tim Boles, conductor, Sunday March 24 at
5:00 pm. Join us for an all-Renaissance program for Lent with the professional Canterbury Singers in the beautiful 1870's Gothic, Revival church of St. Luke's. The English-style Evensong will feature works by Tallis, Palestrina, and Smith.
St. Luke's Episcopal Church-221 W 3rd St.-Dixon, IL
STATIONS OF THE CROSS -
Apologies from the senior warden! Stations of the Cross, a lay-led service that follows the final path of Christ from His condemnation by Pilate to His death on the cross and entombment, has been a regular part of our Lenten tradition for the past several years, but I am late in getting it onto our schedule.
This service will be offered each Wednesday in Lent at 5:15 p.m., immediately prior to our 6:00 p.m. Lenten meal and program. All are welcome to participate as they are comfortable – whether by walking the Way of the Cross or sitting in a pew and meditating on the stations as they are recited. Please join us in the nave for this meaningful Lenten discipline.