St. Luke's Episcopal Church, Dixon, Illinois
We welcome you with open arms!
You are welcome to Worship with us. Holy Eucharist (also known as Holy Communion or The Lord’s Supper) is central to our worship life. St. Luke’s is an inclusive, welcoming, and Christ-centered community of faith committed to creating a deeper sense of belonging with God and embracing others in fellowship.
Wherever you are in your journey of faith, there is a place for you at St. Luke’s. You are welcome to connect with our parish to whatever extent you would like - to worship, support, serve, learn, or meet friends.
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.
St. Luke's Baptistry
Easter Morning Entrance
Recently the monument for the Truesdell Bridge Collapse was unveiled in Dixon
On the North Riverfront
Fr. Thomas Rosa from St. Luke's Episcopal Church in Dixon read the article in the Rockford newspaper where he resides. He comes to Dixon as an interim Priest to conduct mass every Sunday. He was interested in attending the unveiling to find out more about the tragedy. He found the event interesting as Tom Wadsworth commented on how he was inspired to research the collapse. In his speech, which was brief, but informative.
We find that rewarding that Fr. Rosa was interested enough to attend the event.