St. Luke's Season of Lent
St. Luke’s Episcopal Church
221 W. 3rd Street, Dixon, IL 61021
St. Luke's Traditional Worship Starts at 10:30 a.m. every Sunday morning. Please join us in person for the service streamed live on the Facebook page,
St. Luke's Church - Dixon,IL
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: Ron Weber
Fontal given by the Linboom Family in memory of Roger Linboom
Some of the Beautiful Organ Pipes of
Our Stunning Organ that fills St. Luke's with joyful music.
MUSIC DURING HOLY COMMUNION
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 Trumpette 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.
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.
Outdoor Spring Cleaning-March 25, 9:30am
At St. Luke’s Episcopal Church
Red doors need some caulking and painting.
The red doors are important to the Episcopal Church.
Shrubs and trees need a trim.
Especially on the north side by the walkway to the undercroft.
Gardens need raking and tender care.
Let’s do a garden at a time.
Flowers need fertilizing, fronts of church, gardens on the side of church,
On north side of church, garden in front of the rectory and on
The side of the rectory.
Deep cleaning of sidewalks, alley and curb.
Spring is a great stewardship opportunity. Of Course, spring is not the only time to help.
So if you would like to adopt an area for like maybe 3 months, or just make
Up your adoption schedule. If you want to ask friends, or family members
To help you, that works too.
It is always a good testimony to have
Great Curb Appeal!
Especially because we have a beautiful Gothic Style church built in 1872.
HOLY WEEK SCHEDULE OF SERVICES
Palm Sunday 10:30AM Eucharist with palm procession
Maundy Thursday 6:30PM Agape Meal and Eucharist
Good Friday 12:00PM noon Liturgy; Stations of the Cross 5:00PM
Easter Day 10:30 Lighting of the new fire, Holy Baptism and Eucharist