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!  

SUNDAY HYBRID WORSHIP SERVICES at 10:00 a.m.
 
Meeting ID: 833 4749 2597
Passcode: 201178
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Thursdays at 8:30pm: Compline from Anabel Taylor Chapel, in person and on youtube live and on-demand afterwards
 
COVID LEVEL FOR SUNDAY, SEPT. 25
COVID – LEVEL ONE*
*Level is subject to change by Sunday, please be sure to reference signage at the entry to the church upon arriving.

St. Luke COVID Guidelines 

COVID POLICIES AND PROCEDURES 
as of July 22, 2022
 
SUNDAY WORSHIP BULLETIN & Announcements 
 
Children's Bulletin
PRE reader - October 2
Reader 
 

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

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

HYBRID WORSHIP SERVICE - Sundays at 10:00 am.  

Announcing electronic giving for St. Luke using Givelify!

Thought of the Week

October 2 - PENTECOST 17

OCTOBER 2, 2022
PENTECOST 17

THOUGHT OF THE WEEK
A little faith goes a long way is our Lord’s point in the gospel. A mustard seed’s-worth has miraculous potential. The patience, tenacity, and endurance required for the life of faith are the blessings received in water and the word (holy baptism), bread and wine (holy communion), the word read and proclaimed in this assembly. Anticipate them. Receive them with thanksgiving.

Our Newsletter

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