We are followers of Jesus Christ, and both our worship and our mission are in Christ’s name. In Jesus, we find that the nature of God is love, and through baptism, we share in his victory over sin and death.
“In him you have brought us out of error into truth, out of sin into righteousness, out of death into life” (Book of Common Prayer, p. 368).
Take the first step toward personal renewal and living life abundantly – join us for online services this weekend! Click the "Online Worship" button above.
Several other Delaware Episcopal churches holding online services each Sunday. Check here for a listing of times and links:
A Program for Lent 2021
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The buttons below contain the bulletin, readings and hymns. If you plan to join us in person, please remember to call the church office at 302-629-7979 to register. If you can't join us in person, you can still join us on FaceBook Live.
To attend our Facebook Live services, go to your Facebook account and search for St. Luke's Episcopal Church of Seaford DE. If you don't have a Facebook account, you can still join us following the steps outlined here:
St. Luke's Episcopal Church
Given this has been a year of lamentation and stress, we thought we could use a little resurrection! So this is the theme for this year's Lenten program. You are invited to attend a six-week Lenten Program every Thursday during Lent. It is sponsored by the congregations of the Southern Delaware Collaborative.
Click the button below to get details and a Zoom link you can copy and paste into your browser to join the study each Thursday evening.
Services to continue on Facebook Live each Sunday, at 9:30 am.
If you can't join us in person, you can still support the ministry of St. Luke's by clicking the Donate button below, or by sending your contribution to the church office at:
202 N. North St, Seaford DE 19973
Presiding Bishop Michael B. Curry invites us to respond to God's call to be "the Episcopal branch of the Jesus Movement" -- living as faithful followers and sharing the Good News with the world.
What is the Jesus Movement? See Pastor Ell's comments on the "About Us" page by clicking here:
This is the bell in St. Luke's belfry. It is inscribed:
Presented by the ladies of St. Luke's Church. Call the people to prayer and praise.
In 1884 this bell would have been in the original belfry that sat on the roof of the present structure. The Norman tower, where the belfry is today, wasn't built until 1904.
In cooperation with the Southern Delaware Collaborative Churches, The Rt. Rev. Kevin S. Brown, Bishop of Delaware, delivered the sermon at St. Luke's on Palm Sunday and Good Friday.