Your ELCA Church in Ithaca NY

  • The Church at the Campus Gate

    Founded in 1913 as the Lutheran Association of Cornell University, St. Luke has served campus and community for over a hundred years.

  • St. Luke began as Cornell's Lutheran Student Association

  • Peace by Piece Quilters

  • Pastor Laurie's Ordination Anniversary

Welcome to Saint Luke!  

WORSHIP SUNDAY at 10:00 a.m.

 

If necessary, enter Meeting ID 923 217 934
If prompted for a password, enter 1913
Phone: 1-929-436-2866 (enter Meeting ID 923 217 934 when prompted)
Or you can watch via Facebook live

Pastoral Letter July 29

 BULLETIN Sunday, August 1, Pentecost 10

REGISTRATION FORM

ONLINE COMPLINE LINK Wednesdays at 8:30 p.m. Note: Presently on hiatus.  Watch here for future dates.

Visitation form 

St. Luke is a vibrant community of teachers, learners, adults and children, sinners and saints and everyone who falls in between.  We are a family in faith and our doors are open to all.

Announcements

WHEN PARTICIPATING in any St. Luke function, everyone is required to wear a mask while inside the building.

This year we are testing a new way of coordinating the faith and care.

Announcing electronic giving for St. Luke using Givelify!

HYBRID WORSHIP SERVICE - Tentative date: Sunday, July 18 at 10:00 am.  Must pre-register on our web site the Thursday before the service or call 273-6811.  We will continue to offer on-line service

Thought of the Week

PENTECOST 11

SUNDAY, AUGUST 8
PENTECOST 11
THOUGHT OF THE WEEK
Jesus says that the bread he gives for the life of the world is his flesh, and whoever eats this bread has eternal life now and will be raised on the last day. In Ephesians Paul tells us what this life Jesus gives us looks like, this life we live as those marked with the seal of the Holy Spirit in baptism. We live in love, as Christ loved us and gave himself up for us. The whole purpose of life is giving yourself for the other.

Our Newsletter

New Humanity is the official newsletter of St. Luke Lutheran Church. A new issue appears approximately with every church season.