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
St. Luke's Episcopal Church
Sunday Morning Eucharist 10:30 AM
Sunday Morning Bible Study 9:30 AM (Undercroft)
Coffee Hour After Eucharist in Undercroft
Contact Our Priest
Fr Wesley Hill, Rector
Events That Occur Regularly
Coming Soon Special Events
Our new banner, soon to be a permanent sign!
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. Blessings.
Fr. Wes Hills, Rector
MARY, "MEEK AND MILD"?
Coming this Sunday @ 10:30 a.m., "Mary, meek and Mild"? I don't think so! The mother of Jesus, probably 15 at the oldest, was a fiercely brave and courageous teenager who went alone on a courageous journey to visit her cousin Elizabeth in the hill country of Judea, at great personal risk. She is my heroine and remains unappreciated only because she was a woman in a patriarchal culture. It's 2,000 years late, but I'll try and right that wrong this Sunday. All the baptized of any age or denomination are welcome to come to the Mass and receive the Sacrament of the Body and Blood of Mary's Son - Jesus of Nazareth. It's a family meal! Please call me, Fr. Wes @ 858-688-7783 with your questions.
Dear Book Lusters,
We had such a good meeting Tuesday! Because our snow removal contractor could not guarantee that the church sidewalks would be cleared by our meeting time, Dolores Kustom graciously shared her lovely home with us. The Thirteenth Tale generated lots of good discussion and favorable reviews.
We selected some future dates and book titles, as follows:
December 11 Little Women by Louisa May Alcott. This is our Christmas party; bring wine or hors d’oeuvres and your own
Questions or analysis for discussion about our book. Dolores Kustom and Joyce U will provide information
about the author.
January 8 A Tree Grows in Brooklyn by Betty Smith. This is our 15th birthday party! We’ll meet at That Place on Palmyra
at 1 p.m. [please note the change in time] Deb Duerst will lead our discussion
February 26 Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen. Robbie Dillon will lead the discussion and provide treats.
March 26 Outlander by Diane Gabaldon. Liz Nagy will lead the discussion and provide treats.
Looks as if we have lots of good reading ahead of us! Hope to see you at all of these gatherings.
REMINDER - Until further notice (not very long) we will be meeting for mass in the undercroft. The door for the undercroft is on north side of the church on the Peoria side. There is a comfortable brick walk way, that curves around to the door. There is a sign that will direct you.