What's happening at St. Luke's?

Children’s Activities

At St. Luke's, we value and nurture children. We are also committed to helping them worship God. In our worship services, they may not always understand the liturgy, but we can help them know that this is a place where they are truly loved, valued, and needed and that the Holy Spirit is present.

Tacoma's Salish Sea Early Music Festival

St. Luke's is once again hosting the Salish Sea Early Music Festival: Renaissance and Baroque music played on authentic period instruments by world-renowned musicians.

The 2020 schedule will begin in January and will be posted as soon as it is finalized. Please scroll down to see last season's offerings.

Hear the Sermons

Rev. Marlene Jacobs corrals children on the church’s inner steps for her monthly children’s homily. A nice change from the pulpit!


Jesus, looking at him, loved him and said, “You lack one thing; go, sell what you own, and give the money to the poor, and you will have treasure in heaven; then come, follow me.”

Community outreach

Our children’s garden is just one of the many ways that St. Luke’s youngest members learn about taking care of their community.

History and tradition

St. Luke’s is built in the style of an English country church, seen here from the air via drone during a spectacular sunset.   The entire church building was taken apart and moved stone by stone from downtown to its current location at 36th and Gove St.


Come and see.

(John 1:39) 

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Upcoming Events:

September 21 - 9-10:30am Community apple picking

September 28th – Sunday School Family Night

October 6th – 10am Service - St. Francis Sunday and Pet Blessings

October 12th – All-ages, family-friendly Oktoberfest event

October 20th – Fall Harvest Party


Make a joyful noise unto the Lord

Psalm 98