St. Luke’s Seeks to Open its Red Doors to a New Part-Time Rector!

  • Can you compassionately shepherd a small rural parish whose members are eager to share their genuine love and diverse gifts?

  • Are you an energetic visionary who can inspire others to action? 

  • Are you an articulate preacher who can bring the church’s teachings to a modern audience? 

  • Do you understand and appreciate traditional liturgy and music? 

If you answered “yes” to these questions, we’d love to hear from you.  To express interest, please contact the Episcopal Diocese of Chicago at this link:


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Thank you!

St. Luke’s is a faith community which maintains a fairly high-church liturgical tradition and embraces the theological progressive views of the Episcopal Church.  Music is an integral part of our worship experience as most services include sung masses, hymns, and choral anthems.  


Some of the Beautiful Organ Pipes of

Our Stunning Organ that fills St Luke's with joyful music.


We continue with superb organ literature as preludes, postludes and meditations throughout the Eucharist. The Organ has recently been tuned and further upgraded in the last few weeks. The brilliant Festival Trumpet En chamade over the Nave doorway has added thrilling sounds in particular at pivotal moments during our worship. We are blessed to have such a versatile instrument and an organist who knows how to use it all.


St. Luke’s Episcopal Church
Dixon, Illinois
221 W. 3rd Street, Dixon, IL 61021
815 288-2151
Wheelchair accessible

St. Luke's Traditional Worship is at 10:30 a.m. every Sunday morning. Please join us in person for the service, or stream it from our Youtube channel:  stlukedixon.youtube. 


Supply Priest: The Very Rev. Thomas Rosa, locum tenens

Deacon: The Rev Deacon/Sister Mary Ann Rhoades, SSG

Church Secretary:  Carol Linboom
Senior Warden:  Kathryn Esgar
Junior Warden:  Jim Cecchetti

Organist: Dr. George Karst


Fr. Thomas Rosa,  St Luke's


Fontal given by the Linboom Family in memory of Roger Linboom


Fr. Thomas Rosa Blessing Pets


Dr. George Karst, Organist

 and Choir Director.