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.
We welcome everyone!
St. Luke's Church
Please join us.
Sunday Service 10:15AM
Coffee Hour follows.
Wednesday Healing Service 10:00AM
Held in the Nave at the Marian Altar
On Sunday, February 15th at 4:30pm, St. Luke's will host an organ recital presented by Ross Jallo. Join us as we observe the end of the Epiphany season with glorious organ music of J.S. Bach, Samuel Barber, Maurice Duruflé, Herbert Howells, Felix Mendelssohn, and Leo Sowerby.
February 18, 2015
Imposition of Ashes
10:00am and 6:00pm
St. Luke's Episcopal Church
221 West Third Street
Dixon, IL 61021
Our young people are important to us. All the children of the world! Kids are welcome in the worship service. If there are children "sounds" in our service, we view those "sounds" as music.
All ages are included from the very young to the young at heart.
St. Luke's has a rich history in Dixon, IL. The first Episcopal services in Dixon, Illinois were held in 1837 by the Rev. Philander Chase, Bishop of Illinois. The Episcopal Church of St. Luke, Dixon, was founded in 1838 by Rev. James DePui, "Missionary at Large," who built a rectory on land donated by "Father" John Dixon.
We are currently in the process of producing a history book on St. Luke's, and plan to complete it in 2015.
As a Christian community, we at St. Luke's live to support and encourage one another in all kinds of prayer. We pray for one another in our daily life and work, we pray for those who are suffering and in an trouble, and we give thanks for the good things in one another's lives. Prayer not only binds us together as a community, but it binds us together with the whole body of Christ's Church throughout the world, and throughout history. Prayer enriches our lives also by offering us peace of mind, body, and spirit, grace, and the unfathomable riches of God's presence among us.
Parish Clergy, left to right:
Fr. Thomas Lamb
The Rev. Deacon Mary Ann Rhoades
Fr. Rich Frontjes